When it comes time to install a new heating and/or cooling system, many homeowners are caught off guard. It can be a big financial burden in some cases and a financial impossibility in others. The good news is that financing is an option for many if not most homeowners.

1. Choose the Optimal System for You and Your Home

Cooper Heating & Cooling in Denver is proud to offer various financing options to our clients. A big reason is that it lets homeowners choose the best system for their home rather than make long-term sacrifices based on what they can afford right now.

2. A Payment Plan Tailored to Your Budget

Our company has helped many customers ease the financial burden of a new air conditioner, furnace or heat pump through financing. There are numerous options available depending on your credit. You can choose the option that makes sense for your budget, and that can include no penalties for early repayment.

3. Extended Terms Are Available

Some of our customers need to keep their monthly costs as low as possible. Long-term loans are an option. If a unit has a life expectancy of decades, then you may be able to take out a loan across that entire period. That lets you approach it like a car payment rather than a big up-front expenditure.

4. Zero-Percent Financing for Shorter Loans

Many homeowners are almost there and just need a little help, such as extending the cost over 12-36 months. In those cases, you may be able to get zero-percent financing, which means that you are paying no more than if you had paid for the entire purchase up front.

5. Take Advantage of Government Loans and Rebates, Too

You may have loan options through the state or local government. If that loan does not cover the whole purchase, private financing for the remainder may still be an option. Additionally, financing does not preclude you from rebates, tax credits and so on.

Discuss Your Financing Options Today

Cooper Heating & Cooling installs, repairs, and maintains all manner of heating and cooling equipment. We also offer ductwork, electrical services, plumbing, and indoor air quality services. Call us today to learn more about your financing options.

Luke Cooper
Luke Cooper

Luke Cooper is the General Manager of the Cooper Green team and son of Gary Cooper, owner and CEO of Cooper HVAC. After years in the field, Luke took his talents to management and has helped thousands of Colorado homeowners during hot summers and frigid winters. His decade of experience in the field and guiding the company makes him one of the most knowledgeable individuals in Colorado on HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other home services.

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