Rent to Own Heating and Air Conditioning Program helps homeowners with low credit scores
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Don’t let a low credit score keep you from getting a new HVAC system for your home. The National Sustainable Energy Group is offering a Rent to Own Heating and Air Conditioning Program that is not based on how high or low your credit score is. The program, developed by UtiliPro and marketed and managed by the National Sustainable Energy Group, provides new energy-efficient HVAC systems for homeowners with less than perfect credit. The program is based on the homeowner’s history of paying their property taxes on time.

Monthly payments for the new systems start at $89.95 per month, depending on the size of unit required. The plan includes a limited lifetime warranty on parts and labor, said Percy Brooks, Founder/CEO of the National Sustainable Energy Group.

The National Sustainable Energy Group is partnering with Omega Heating and Air, which is serving as the preferred NATE Certified Contractor in the metro Atlanta area to provide energy efficient upgrades.

UtiliPro has provided rent to own service to over 3 million homeowners across Canada and North America.

The new HVAC systems replace older systems that use the R-22 refrigerant commonly known as Freon, said Brooks said.

The EPA phase-out of HVAC systems using the refrigerant commonly known as “Freon” by the year 2020 will affect millions of homeowners in metro Atlanta areas and across the country. Homeowners will be required to upgrade to an R-410A refrigerant for new energy efficient units. The Rent to Own HVAC Program meets the new EPA requirements, Brooks said.

“This program is an alternative resource for homeowners with less than perfect credit. It provides an option to acquire a new energy efficient Goodman Heating and Air unit for homes that have not upgraded their HVAC unit in the last 15 years or homeowners whose HVAC unit is working at 60 percent or less than capacity,” Brooks said.

Brooks estimates there are over 130,000 homeowners in metro Atlanta who are without HVAC systems. Some, he said, haven’t had working HVAC units for 10 years, while another 700,000 have units that are working at 40% capacity or less.

“We have seen cases where people were spending as much as 30% of their household income for utilities. Your monthly utility bill should average less than 5% of your household income,” Brooks said. “Homeowners will save money on their monthly utility bill with these new systems.”

Brooks said the new systems also will increase property values and provide tax write-offs, tax credits and rebates for homeowners.

“Our goal is to serve 1,500 homeowners in South DeKalb and surrounding municipalities over the next 120 days,” said Brooks.


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