Financing Made Simple
Why wait to start enjoying your dream kitchen?
We understand it may be a big commitment to fund a full kitchen remodel or a cabinet refacing project upfront. That’s why we have financing partnerships to help you get your project started now, and pay later! Even if our clients have the full amount to commit to their project, many are still interested in financing options to spread out the investment. No matter what your financial situation is, financing may be an option for you.
We’ve teamed up with Hearth and LightStream to bring you low rates on home improvement loans.
Whether you want to finance your whole project or just a portion, there’s a program for you! Hearth and LightStream offer competitive rates and one of the best loan experiences you’ll have. Get the funds you need for your home improvement project with incredible service, low rates, and hassle-free process. Details from our financing partners, Hearth and LightStream can be found below. Other financing options may also be available. Please reach out to us directly for more information or review the information below to get started with Hearth or LightStream.
Hearth and Lightstream both offer:
- Loan amounts up to $100,000
- Funding in as little as one day (conditions apply)
- No prepayment penalties
- No home equity required
- Affordable monthly rates
- Prequalify with no effect on credit score
- Loan amounts as low as $1,000
- Up to 13 different loan offerings (based on credit)
- Minimum FICO qualification of 500
- Good to excellent credit
- Flexible repayment terms
- Rate Beat Program for qualified loans
- Quick and Easy Online Application
- Extremely competitive rates
We may be compensated by LightStream through links on this site.
All loans are subject to credit approval by LightStream.
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