“With your head full of brains and your shoes full of feet, you’re too smart to go down any not-so-good street.” – Dr. Seuss

With energy efficiency becoming more of a hot topic these days, some may wonder if they can afford to make the necessary updates to their homes. What they may not know, however, is it’s easier than ever to get a good deal with the new financing option from ASI Hastings Heating, Air and Solar.

“I believe this will completely change the way homeowners purchase energy upgrades for their home. Solar, insulation, air sealing, and of course the big energy users; heating and air conditioning equipment,” states Ken Justo, co-owner of ASI Hastings. “You can upgrade your home with new energy efficient measures at a more affordable rate than ever before. What really takes the cake is the application process; approvals aren’t based on traditional credit scores and applying is lightning fast.”

Those products eligible for the financing option include solar, insulation, air sealing and the big energy users: heating and air conditioning equipment.

The best part about this new finance opportunity is homeowners can repay it through their property taxes, which means the interest is tax deductible, which is a brand new offering in San Diego County. All of this is thanks to the YgreneWorks, the fastest growing energy efficiency financing solution in the country, and PACE financing, which is designed to encourage the installation of renewable-energy systems.

Plus, this investment stays with the property, even if a homeowner sells. This is a finance option that is available for nearly everyone. Whether you have bad credit or are just looking for more tax deductions, this is an opportunity that few homeowners have been afforded before.

“The new and reduced payments are bread crumbs compared to your current electric bills and furthermore the rate structure is fixed; unlike those electric companies who raise their rates faster than you can open your checkbook,” said Justo. “The timing couldn’t be better. Utility rates continue to skyrocket and the costs of energy upgrades are at an all-time low. Homeowners finally have the upper hand on the electric company.”

With such a good financing option, Justo says there’s no reason not to be smart and walk down the good street toward home energy efficiency.