All Season Turf has partnered with Hearth so we can help you find financing options that best fit your needs.
How does Hearth financing work?
Multiple financing options
We work with 13 lenders to find competitive personal loans and credit cards for your needs
Our process takes less than 2 minutes and will not affect your credit score
Hearth’s lending partners can provide multiple options tailored to your needs
- See your personalized monthly payment options within minutes and without affecting your credit score. No prepayment penalties. No home equity required.
- Hearth makes it easy for you to find monthly payment options for your project, with:
- Loan amounts up to $100,000
- Affordable monthly payment options
- Funding within 1-3 days
- No prepayment penalties
- No home equity required
- Find convenient monthly payment options for your project. See your personalized payment plans without affecting your credit score now.
Financing that works for you. Benji is a home improvement financing option from Renovate America. We make the home improvement process easier, from start to finish. You can use this financing for your Artificial Turf project.
Renew Financial offers simple financing for home improvement projects. With Renew’s PACE financing, you can make your home more comfortable, safe, healthy, and energy-efficient with no upfront cost and then repay as a line item on your property tax bill. For more than a decade, homeowners have trusted Renew Financial to help them afford to make critical home improvements with ease.
(CONTRACTOR) is an independent company and is not owned or controlled, in whole or part, by Renew Financial Group LLC. (CONTRACTOR) does not provide financing and is neither a lender nor a broker. Renew’s PACE financing is provided by energy finance leader Renew Financial Group LLC in cooperation with local government sponsors, and financing approvals are subject to underwriting and documentation requirements.
Artificial Grass Tax Rebates
You may qualify for rebate programs within your county and city for synthetic grass. These programs are constantly being updated to accommodate more households. The Save Water, Save a Buck website is a great resource in accessing participating tax rebate programs.