Sometimes, major repairs are necessary. When it comes to cool air, hot water and power outages, they can also be urgent. At Efficient, we not only want to provide you with the best repair and replacement solutions – we also want to help make them more affordable. This starts with maintaining fair pricing and helping our customers take advantage of any additional savings, such as utility and manufacturer rebates. It also includes offering flexible financing options to help you manage the cost of these often-unexpected expenses.
Efficient can provide financing for projects of $1,000 or more, including but not limited to:
Benefits of our financing options include:
Property owners sometimes opt for an AC repair instead of investing in a new, more energy efficient model because of the higher upfront cost of AC replacement. Even if a new central air conditioner will ultimately pay for itself through reduced utility costs, such a major expense is often just not in the budget. We get it. We don’t want our customers to be limited to a fix that’s more costly in the long run. That’s why we offer AC unit financing with convenient monthly payments — to give you the flexibility to choose the solution that will best serve you in the years ahead.
Is it time for a new gas water heater, and you would like to go tankless, but the upfront cost is a bit too much? Tankless water heaters are really great – compact footprint, continuous hot water no matter how long you run the unit, and a slight reduction in natural gas costs (more significant with propane). On average, a well-maintained tankless water heater can also last twice as long as a tank type. Most of us who have switched to tankless will never go back. Water heater financing can bridge the gap at replacement time and not push you back into a tanked model for another 10 years. However, we can help with financing for tanked models as well.
Generators have been popular in the Austin area since “Snowpocalypse” of February 2021, and there have been at least two additional major areawide power disruption events since then, plus more local issues with weather, aging utility grid and construction. An influx of new people into the Austin area has also pushed utility capacity. A whole home generator can typically run much if not all of your home during these events. What’s needed? Access to natural gas or propane for sure, but also a significant investment – similar to a high-end HVAC unit. Home generator financing can take the immediate sting out of the cost and keep you running during upcoming utility events.