Financing for your installations, replacements, and repairs is easy with Senco. We believe that your experience with us should be affordable and transparent. Learn more about our home improvement loans or calculate your monthly loan payment by clicking below.
- Rates starting at 4.99%
- Terms up to 15 years
- Borrow up to $100,000
- Soft credit pull won’t affect your credit
- No prepayment penalties or hidden costs
- No credit card
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About Our Loans
With Senco, you don’t have to worry about overspending.
We make the loan process simple with plenty of benefits.
Whether it’s due to unexpected circumstances, a home investment, or standard upkeep and renovation, major home improvement projects come with hefty price tags. Financing a project with a home improvement loan makes it possible for you to afford high-quality services without the perry of large upfront costs.
Obtaining a home improvement loan for a roof replacement or other home repair project through your contractor is an excellent financing option. With a quick and easy application process, near-instant approvals, and low rates, a completed project and peace of mind are within reach.
The Benefits of Financing Your Next Project
PowerPay provides loan terms of up to 15 years to help homeowners afford the repairs they need today. Plus, they will never penalize you for paying your loans back sooner than the terms of the loan agreement.
The flexibility allowed by PowerPay provides you with the comfort and safety of knowing that the repayment is up to you. You have time built in to pay your loan back slowly, as well as the option to pay it back sooner if you want to free up funds for the future, all without the fear of added fees or penalties.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Most homeowners pay between $8,000 and $9,000 dollars for a new asphalt shingle roof. The exact price varies depending on the current cost of materials and the size of your home.