Energy Efficiency & Assistance Loans

Energy Efficiency & Assistance Loans

Are you looking to install a new heating or cooling system or purchasing energy-efficient appliances in your home?  Do you need assistance with unanticipated expenses related to your home heating or utility bills?  Or maybe you want to install new windows, doors or insulation?  Talk to us about our Energy Assistance and Efficiency loans.  Here are some other sites to visit for savings:

Rates effective March 1, 2023.

Talk to us about home mortgage refinancing or our fixed rate home equity loans if your energy assistance project costs exceed $5,000.

As Low As
Up to 367.79%*$5,000Apply
  • 100% of loan must be used for the purchase of Energy Efficient Products
  • Installation costs can be included

Estimated Payment example:  a $1,000 for 36 months will result in a monthly payment of $32 with a total finance charge of $125 for total monthly payments of $1,125.

*Annual Percentage Rate.  Rates & terms are subject to change without notice.  Your rate and amounts financed are determined by your personal credit history. All loans are subject to credit approval; other terms and conditions may apply.  NHFCU may lend to members only.

Maximum loan amount and other conditions may affect the maximum term of the loan.

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