As much as your home needs new windows sometimes it is just not financially possible to be able to get all the money together to pay for them, especially when we are going through a bad economy. Unknown to many people though, is that if they put some time and effort into it they can find ways to not have to pay full price or pay upfront for their new windows.
With sales to help you save money, financing programs, and even government sponsored programs almost anyone can find different avenues of funding to fit new windows in their budget.
Fund New Windows with Sales
Keeping an eye out for sales on new windows is the first place to look to save money. Why pay full price, when you can take advantage of sales like the one we have going on. Right now you can save $100 per window if you replace 4 or more, $150 per window for replacing 7 or more, and $200 per window if you replace 10 or more.
Those savings are per window, not your total savings. So if you replace 7 windows on your home during this sale you are going to pay $1050 less for your new windows than if you were to wait for later in the summer. That’s a pretty big chunk of change you are going to be saving right there!
Fund New Windows with Financing
Being able to come up with the full amount of money needed to pay for new windows is not easy. But not having the full amount available should not stop you from still looking into them. Instead ask about what financing is available.
Being able to finance your windows will allow you to still be able to get your new windows installed now, and then be able to make monthly payments on them instead of having to come up with the full amount all at once.
Financing the project through the window company, like Renewal by Andersen, is also a better idea than putting the windows on your credit card. Our financing programs have a much lower interest rate than what you will get with your credit card.
Fund New Windows Special Loans and Grants
Funding for new windows can also be found through your local utility company or other government programs, if you are having new, energy-efficient windows installed. This funding comes in the form of low interest rate loans that you pay back, or grants that will pay for part of the windows that you don’t have to pay back.
For more information contact us today and we can help you find the money to get those new windows installed in your home.