Don't Wait For Crucial Roof Construction - Payment Plans Can Get Work Started Right Away
We know very few people have money sitting around in anticipation of a new roof. That's why we offer a range of financing and payment options through Mariner Finance. Just because you don't have the cash on hand to construct an entirely new roof doesn't mean you should wait. With our range of payment options, we can help anyone with any kind of roofing project.
- Options to choose from: Choose from two different types of SAC options
- Deferred-interest loan: Mariner Finance loans with deferred interest accrue interest charges during a promotional period of 12 or 18 months. If you pay off the entire balance before the promotion period ends, you pay no interest. Same as cash!
- Reduced-rate loan: If you need longer to repay the loan, you might be offered a loan with a lower APR and repayments up to 12 years.
- Able to fund a loan the day you apply
- Offers joint loan options
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Best Ways To Pay For Your New Roof
Overhead Solutions accepts several forms of payment. Choose the most convenient option for you.
- Cash is an easy way to pay for roofing installation and repairs. Avoid hidden fees and know the agreed-upon amount.
- Checks are another straightforward way to pay for roofing costs. Like cash, checks don’t involve hidden fees and payment comes from your assets.
- Credit Cards often give generous reward incentives. Check with your carrier for benefits or transaction fees. We accept all major carriers.
Finance Your Roof Before Disaster Strikes
Finance an old or damaged roof now to avoid costly damages. Insufficient roofs worsen over time and permit higher repair costs. Neglected roofs lead to dangerous situations.
Service Your Roof To Avoid:
- Water Damage: Cracked, buckling, curling and visibly damaged shingles signal a defective roof. An improper seal accelerates moisture intrusion and interior water damage is an expensive repair.
- Health Risks: A leaky roof harvests mildew, mold and bacteria which lead to significant health problems upon exposure. Mold remediation is costly and avoidable.
- Collapse: Roof damage is not always visible. Over time, collapse and structural damage occur. Protect your family and valuables through regular roof maintenance and installation when necessary.
- Home Depreciation: A roof drastically contributes to the overall curb appeal of a home. Homebuyers prioritize roofing conditions for aesthetics and expect safe conditions. It’s no surprise that a new roofing installation adds home value and yields a high return on investment.
How To Pay For Your New Roof With No Money
In emergency situations, roof maintenance requires immediate attention. Take advantage of several roof financing options when unplanned costs emerge. The following options help clients with surprise payments and new installations. Don’t wait until disaster strikes and finance a new roof today.
Financing Options for Roofing Projects:
Check with your homeowners policy for coverage information after an extreme weather event strikes. This process involves setting up a claim and a roof inspection. Many policies will pay for a new roof after weather damage.
2. Personal Loan
Visit a bank or credit union for an upfront lump sum based on your credit score and history. Be sure to discuss the interest rate and available payment options to see if a personal loan is the best route.
3. Home Equity Loan or Line of Credit
A home equity loan or second mortgage is based on the difference between the home’s current market value and the owed balance. Call your mortgage company to discuss fixed-rate loans and home equity lines of credit (HELOCs). Decide between a lump sum or line of credit after considering interest rates.
4. Payment Plan
Overhead Solutions offers financing and payment options through Mariner Finance. Choose from 0 interest, joint, deferred interest or low APR loans.
5. Credit Card
Paying by credit card for roof repair or installation may be advantageous for those with generous reward incentives or cash-back bonuses. Check with your carrier for benefits, processing fees and payment plans before selecting this option.
6. Government-Funded Loan
The Department of Housing and Urban Development offers loans for property improvement. The FHA Title 1 Loan evaluates your debt-to-income ratio whereas the FHA 203(k) Loan uses credit score. Visit the HUD website for eligibility.