Financing Options from Peachtree Service Experts

Imagine: it’s July, sneaking up to triple digits, and your air conditioning unit goes out. It just dies. Quits working. No more air conditioning, no more cool air to help you stay comfortable. It’s gone. 

So you call an air conditioning company to come check everything and they tell you what you already knew – you have to buy a new system. And then they explain something you didn’t know – your new air conditioner is going to cost anywhere from $7,000 to $70,000, based on the type of system(s) you want, the type of home(s) you have, and the type of energy source you’d like. 

Okay, what now? Spend the season soaking in sweat and taking cold showers? Or spend all your savings (and maybe sell a kidney) to cover the cost of a new AC unit? 

We are here with a different option to help your comfort and your wallet: financing. 

Did you know that 70% of people taking on a home improvement project plan on financing it? When you remember that the typical consumer in the United States has no more than $5,000 they can get ahold of, it makes complete sense. So when life happens and things breakdown, and unexpected expenditures such as an air conditioner repair or replacement is needed, it is vital that we have affordable financing options available. 

At Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning we have a variety of financing options for homeowners looking to replace their heating or air conditioning systems. The first set of options would fall into our promotional financing programs, which include no interest or deferred interest. Promotional purchasers are those that will most likely have the available dollars to pay off the loan short term, typically within twelve months with no interest charges, so long as the amount financed is fully paid off during or before the promotional period ends. 

Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning also offers financing programs with a lower monthly fixed payment and a fair interest rate. This is for people who may not have the full amount as quickly but can afford a lower cost each month. A common program includes a 7.99% APR for either 60 or 120 months. A new, high efficiency heating and cooling system can cost upwards of $10,000. Choosing the 7.99% 120 month loan program can cost as little as $121/month. This program makes a new heating and cooling system more affordable, while also obtaining an efficient system that will help reduce energy bills while supplying home comfort. 

The financing programs at Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning are as follows: 

  • Low monthly payments 
  • No down payment 
  • No annual fees 
  • No prepayment penalties 
  • Competitive interest rates 

With so many options, what’s stopping you? Call Stallion Heating and Air Conditioning today for a complimentary in-home home comfort analysis and we will help you discover which HVAC system is right for your home AND which financing option fits in best with your life. We can’t wait to work with you! 

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