Chriswell Home Improvements, Inc. Is Proud to Announce That We Are Now a Ygrene Elite Contractor.
Ygrene has partnered with Chriswell Home Improvements to bring you an award-winning, no money down property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing program that can be used for a wide variety of energy efficiency, renewable energy, water saving, and, in certain areas, electric vehicle charging station or seismic upgrades. Save energy. Improve your comfort. Increase the value of your property. Now is the time to make the home improvements you’ve been dreaming about.
Experience the Difference Why Choose Chriswell
“Love my new slider door! They did a beautiful job.” - Lori P.
WHAT IS PACE FUNDING ?
PACE stands for Property assessed clean energy. PACE financing is done through property assessment instead of a traditional loan that relies on credit history and income.
What Home Improvement Jobs Does Ygrene Cover ?
Ygrene’s goal is to get home owners the chance to increase their health, wealth and home value, through green and renewable energy home upgrades. This includes upgrades that increase energy efficiency in your home. Renewable energy solutions and water conservation upgrades.
What Are the Chriswell Home Improvements Projects That Qualify for Ygrene PACE Financing ?
Solar panels, Milgard energy efficient windows and doors, GAF cool roofing, green roofing, roof replacements, Heating and AC, Coolwall – reflective exterior paint, and insulated siding.
What Makes Ygrene Different From Traditional Financing Programs?
Ygrene is an award winning alternative financing program that is not based on credit score. Ygrene offers low interest rates, fixed rates, and allows you to spread payments up to 30 years. Payment is not collected until you are satisfied with your completed project.
Financing is attached to your property tax and based off the amount of equity in your home.
PACE funding is not a government assistance program it is approved by state and local governments.
Eligibility is determined by the amount of equity in your home, the ability to repay the loan, and your mortgage payment history.