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Home performance upgrades for your North or South Carolina home can not only make your home more comfortable and healthier, but they can reduce your monthly heating and cooling bills as well. With financing available from Benton Green Energy and Hearth, you can make the home improvements you need for your house now, with easy approval and low rate options that make home upgrades straightforward and simple.

Why Should You Finance Your Home Performance Work?

  • Schedule your home upgrades right away

  • Spread out your payments over time

  • Funds are available quickly

  • Options available with no prepayment penalties

What Benton Green Energy Services Are Eligible for Financing?

Some financing programs come with lots of frustrating red tape and require homeowners to jump through hoops only to find out the project they’re trying to schedule doesn’t actually qualify for financing. Luckily, all of Benton Green Energy’s services can be financed, giving you the freedom to make upgrades to your home that will make it more comfortable, healthier, and more energy efficient, such as:

Great Financing Available Through Hearth 

Hearth offers a number of home financing options that give you the flexibility you need to find the right approach for your Greenville, Spartanburg, or Simpsonville home and budget. Even if you’re on the fence about whether financing is the right option for you, you won’t affect your credit score by seeing what payment options and rates are available through Hearth, including:

  • HELOC and home equity loans

  • Personal loans

  • Home improvement credit cards

Make your home performance upgrades a reality with quick and easy financing. Call 864.492.1344 or contact us to talk to Benton Green Energy about financing options.

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Hey Dean! I wanted to let you know that the insulation in the room over our garage is working great! It was 87 degrees outside today, and the thermometer we had in the room read an arctic 71 degrees -- right where my wife likes it. Thanks so much!