Offering HVAC financing can help your customers choose to upgrade their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems — even when they don’t have the funds upfront and in full. By integrating our point-of-sale (POS) financing solution, you can begin offering your clients flexible and hassle-free in-house customer financing for HVAC systems.
If approved for financing, your clients can pay for HVAC services in installments that fit their budget. Using Finturf’s POS financing solution, your business can offer:
With increasing demand for alternative customer financing options, your company can stay ahead of the competition by catering to your client’s needs. Moreover, Finturf’s POS financing solution can help you increase customer acquisition, revenue, cash flow, and consumer relations.
HVAC loans through banks may be hard to come by for some of your clients. With Finturf, we can help connect your consumers with alternative financers offering:
More consumers are seeking out hassle-free payment options that allow them to pay slowly over time. Therefore, by integrating Finturf’s POS solution, your company can appeal to clients searching for innovative ways to finance their HVAC projects. Alternative customer financing can put you ahead of the competition and establish your company as a leader in the HVAC industry.
With Finturf, you won’t have to wait for the client to repay their HVAC loan to receive the funds. Instead, the money is disbursed to you two to three days after your client is approved for financing.
With the flexibility to fit any budget, POS financing allows more clients to get started on HVAC upgrades. As a result, you can enjoy an influx of projects and revenue as more of your customers comfortably find HVAC financing options.
Finturf’s POS solution provides your customers with financing options that align with their budgets. Given the option to buy now and pay later, clients are more inclined to choose you as an HVAC service provider over the competition that doesn’t offer the same flexibility.
Moreover, your clients don’t have to worry about saving up the funds for HVAC services. With the ease of paying in increments over time, your in-house POS options can alleviate your client’s financial stress. Ultimately, this translates to improved customer satisfaction and client relations.
We understand time is of the essence with multiple HVAC projects to juggle. That’s why we make onboarding as easy as possible.
With a multi-lender network, your clients may have a higher chance of being approved for HVAC customer financing. If your client is not connected to the first lender in our network, their request moves through the system to additional financers.
Many of your clients may not have stellar credit. However, Finturf’s partnered lenders may work with super-prime and subprime applicants looking for HVAC loans.
Finturf’s funding requests offer your clients on-screen results in minutes. A hassle-free and fast process means you can get started on HVAC projects sooner.
Finturf and our partnered lenders strive to provide your company with all the tools for in-house HVAC customer financing. If your business doesn’t have the resources to process, underwrite, or fund loans, we have you covered. Our lenders take care of all the logistics, including paperwork, late payments, and credit risks.
Finturf’s technicians regularly update our platform, reporting tools, dashboard, and lender network free of charge.
Finturf’s IT team is at your disposal 24/7 to help resolve any technical issues. Additionally, we have hands-on merchant relationship managers who provide training, ongoing support, and consultation services.
Integrating Finturf’s POS solution offers your clients a better, easier, and faster way to finance their HVAC projects. This translates into improved client relations, revenue, and cash flow for you. Contact a Finturf team member to get started with in-house HVAC financing.
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