You may be looking at buying a new air conditioning system sooner than you had anticipated. ADA Heating and Air your air conditioner experts provide financing for your new air conditioner. Obtaining financing from your A/C repairman is often the best source of financing for a new air conditioner.
HVAC Contractor Financing
When you need financing for your new air conditioner, the amount is often larger than you are willing to put on a credit card and yet too small to take out a home equity loan. Not only that, but the amount of time it takes to qualify and obtain a bank loan is usually longer than you want to go without A/C. That’s where your HVAC contractor can help by supplying dependable financing for your new air conditioner. ADA Heating and Air offer convenient financing through Wells Fargo with approved credit.
Help For Lower Income Families
Although Kentucky currently offers no incentives for adding energy efficient appliances like a new air conditioner, there are other offers of help. The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet helps homeowners create energy efficient homes. You can visit their website to get a list of potential help with heating and cooling costs. One organization, the LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program) can help not only when you cannot pay for your utilities but also helps with grants for a new air conditioner.
Air Conditioners For Medically Needy
If you need an air conditioner and have a medical reason why you cannot tolerate the heat, Kentucky also has an assistance program to supply your air conditioner. Every summer donations are accepted to offset the costs of loaning air conditioners to patients who need air conditioning. Contact the Community Action Council, 1-800-244-2275 to learn more, and currently the program is available in Fayette, Bourbon, Harrison, and Nicholas Counties Kentucky.
Financing For Your New Air Conditioner
If you need a new air conditioner, ADA Heating and Air have financing available. ADA will work with you to help you find the financing for your new air conditioner. Repair expense savings and utility savings often offset the cost of a new air conditioner. If you have questions about installing a new air conditioner or would like a free estimate, contact ADA today!