Break Up a New Roof's Cost into Monthly Payments with Lowe’s

Apr 11, 2017

Break Up a New Roof's Cost into Monthly Payments with Lowe’s

Replacing your current roof with factory fresh shingles has a dramatic effect on the value, look, and energy-efficiency of your home. There’s no better feeling than knowing your house has just been fully renewed to properly insulate in the winter, keep excessive heat out during the winter, recover its resale value, and attract attention from neighbors and prospects passing by.

However, we know that an undertaking like replacing a roof can set you back an enormous deal by as much as $8,000 – $30,000 – money that not everyone has laying around. Which is why we’re taking the time to mention Lowe’s special financing offer on a new roof of your choice. Modern looking shingles and supplies in Lowe’s long catalog exist in so many colors and options for your assigned Lowe’s project specialist to tailor perfectly for your home.

Get Special Financing on a New Roof with Lowe’s

If paying a lump-sum for a new roof is not practical for you, Lowe’s project financing enables you to break up the cost of a roofing replacement into smaller monthly increments to make it within reach. While it isn’t interest-free, you have the option between three payment terms nonetheless: extending to 36, 60, or even 84 months, with each plan having a fixed interest rate for you to pick from.

The interest rate for each financing plan:

  • 36 months with fixed monthly payments locked at 3.99% APR
  • 60 months with fixed monthly payments locked at 5.99% APR
  • 84 months with fixed monthly payments locked at 7.99% APR

You can get that asphalt or tile roof you’ve always wanted for your home in smaller monthly installments you know you can handle. But keep in mind that the plan doesn’t get underway unless you make a request for it. Also, keep the following conditions in mind before you seal the deal:

  • This only applies to orders that are worth at least $2,000.
  • You must make the purchase in-store.
  • The source of payments must be with Lowe’s Consumer Credit Card. So, if you don’t have one, you can’t benefit from this service.
  • If you fall short of paying for your monthly obligations on time, an increased interest rate will follow suit.
  • Each monthly payment will be a fixed 2.9520%, 1.9328% and 1.5581% for the 36-month, 60-month, and 84-month plans, respectively.

Get Your Roof Installed in Three Easy Steps

If you already have a Consumer Credit Card and you’re now deciding on which roof you want, just follow through with these three simple steps to get your roofing project up and running:

  1. Visit your local Lowe’s store and consult with a sales associate about the project to schedule an in-home visit with one of Lowe’s project specialists.
  2. A Lowe’s project specialist will be sent to your home to go over the details, take measurements, inspect your house’s structural elements to see if you’ll need a building permit, provide you with an all-inclusive quote for the project, and set a start date for your roof to be put up.
  3. Lowe’s roofers will advance each step towards installing your roof and clean up after they’re done. 

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