Why Finance ?

How financing helps people upgrade their hvac system

This question comes up very often in our line of work. The cost of financing a new HVAC system today is very affordable and very easy. Most of the time we can get people approved in as little as 30 minutes. All you need to do is the following:
1. Have proof of income ( 2 pay stubs or your 1040 tax return)
2. Own your house for at least 6 months
3. Have proof of ownership ( mortgage or deed)
4. Have a credit score of 635 or better
5. Be willing to put a down payment of $500.00 or better
6. Choose how you want your terms ( 6, 12, 24 36, 48 or 60 months)
7. Interest rates will vary depending on length between 6% to 13%
8. Payments start at $59.00/month depending on your requirements.
Quinn’s use FTL Finance they are very easy to work with. Need anything else call us @ (610) 376-6001 or visit us by clicking here.

5 Things to Look For When Hiring A Heating and Cooling Contractor

5 Things to Look For When Hiring A

Heating and Cooling Contractor

Eever wonder why the most inexperienced, costly contractors end up in your home?  Actually it could have less to do with you than it does with the kind of information you’re gathering before you contact a heating and cooling company in for work.  Continue reading “5 Things to Look For When Hiring A Heating and Cooling Contractor”

How a 1987 Treaty Changed Air Conditioning in 2010

Air Conditioners Manufactured after 2010 Can No Longer use the Refrigerant R-22 (Freon)

Part 1:  What Every Homeowner Should Know!Freon

Ever heard of the Montreal Protocol? Like many things that happen among and between nations, even if you haven’t heard of it, we’re talking about an event that could affect your life – or, in this case, your home comfort. Continue reading “How a 1987 Treaty Changed Air Conditioning in 2010”

Time to Dust Off a Few Energy Saving Ideas

Time to Dust Off a Few Energy Saving Ideas

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Have you ever considered how much the dust that’s gathering in your home is costing you in energy bills? When dust builds up on the registers and vent covers in your home, for example, it becomes “insulation” that blocks the air’s path into the room. The harder a system has to work to keep your home comfortable, the more you pay in utility costs. So as you look ahead, a thorough dusting with special attention to registers and vent covers is a good idea.   Here are a few tips and ideas…

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