When your clients are confronted with unexpected roof leaks, they need fast service and hassle-free financing options. Typically, these repairs come at a high cost, and many of your clients may not have the funds upfront.
With Finturf, your roofing customers don’t need to put off necessary fixes because of a lack of money.
At Finturf, we help roofing contractors and their clients find point-of-sale (POS) financing when they need it to cover immediate home repairs. With Finturf’s solution, you can offer funding for:
Roofing loans help your customers get the services they need now while having the flexibility to pay in installments over time. In turn, your company increases cash flow, customer satisfaction, and client acquisition.
By offering in-house financing options, you can lock in your roofing projects while providing your clients with a payment plan that fits their budgets. Through Finturf’s POS financing software, you can begin offering your clients:
We make it easy to add Finturf to your payment flow. Our merchant relationship team can help guide you through the short setup process and answer any questions you have along the way.
We understand that your roofing clients seek quick repairs for unexpected leaks and damages. That’s why our funding request is fast and provides on-screen results.
Many roofing contractors lose out on clients because of their lack of flexible financing options. With an in-house solution, your roofing company can gain an advantage over the competition by attracting customers looking for immediate repairs and accessible repayments.
Finturf utilizes a waterfall algorithm and ping-tree when attempting to connect your clients to a lender. This means that if the customer is not offered roofing financing from the first lender, the application will move to the next lender in the network, and so on. As a result, this increases the chances of connecting your client to an in-network financer.
Some of your roofing customers may have bad credit. However, that may not keep them from finding a financing option. Our lenders work with super-prime and subprime applicants.
Even a minor cash flow problem can create a huge setback for your roofing company. However, with Finturf, you don’t have to wait for your customers to repay their loans. Instead, you’ll receive the funds for your roofing services upfront within two to three business days.
It is not your responsibility to make sure the customer repays the loan. The lender takes care of that, meaning that you can focus on the roofing project with the confidence that the money is in the bank.
Finturf strives to maintain reputability and up-to-date software, which is why we conduct regular updates to our lender network, dashboard, reporting tools, and platform. Even better, all this is free to you.
Finturf’s merchant relationship team is available around the clock.
If your clients are approved for roofing loans, you can get started on the project at your convenience. We will help you cut down the number of clients lost due to an inability to front the costs of repairs or upgrades.
More than ever, customers are seeking flexible financing options, especially for high-cost repairs and upgrades for roofing. As a result, by implementing an accessible POS financing solution, your company can tap into new client sources.
In addition to getting started on roofing repairs and improvements immediately, your clients also benefit from a convenient payment plan. These perks are sure to increase customer satisfaction, repeat clients, and even word-of-mouth referrals.
If you’re ready to get started with Finturf’s POS financing solution, contact a member of our team. We are eager to integrate our platform and help you improve your acquisition efforts, cash flow, and customer service.
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