Educated Homeowners Club, A Free Home Improvement Consultation Service, Officially Launches

Educated Homeowners Club, A Free Home Improvement Consultation Service, Officially Launches

Educated Homeowners Club, an expert group of seasoned solar, roofing, and window installation trade professionals, together with many top financing firms, this week announced their group has officially launched.

In an effort to simplify the home improvement process, EHC focuses on being a guide for homeowners as they navigate what can be an overwhelming process. The group has an impressive list of top contractors and finance partners that they work with.

With particular attention to solar panel installation, the team at Educated Homeowners Club is setting out to clear up many of the misconceptions associated with going solar.

“We here so many reasons that homeowners have for not wanting to go solar. Most of the information they have heard is 100% completely false”, said company spokesperson Brad. “The biggest reason we hear all the time is the cost. What people don’t realize is, with all the huge rebates and low interest offers, solar becomes a can’t lose investment. And you get to eliminate your power bill. We are here to help explain the process and advantages along with, in some cases, combining a new roof with solar in to one project for even bigger advantages.”

Educated Homeowners Club ‘s main goal is to take the guess work out of planning solar projects, new roofs, and window replacement just to mention a few areas they shine. And the best part is EHC does all of this at zero cost to homeowners. They get their commissions from the contractors at the end of a successful project and a happy customer.

“It’s no secret that there are great contractors and not so great contractors out there. All of our partners are carefully chosen by our team of experts who have all been in the various trades for decades. We are staking our reputation on this group, so we are very careful of who is selected. This goes for our lending partners as well”, said Brad.

ECH will soon be creating a Facebook group as well with weekly home improvement live discussions and interviews with contractors. This should make for a very entertaining and educational group with a high level of interaction.

For now, homeowners can visit www.educatedhomeownersclub.com for more information and they can also fill out their easy project consultation form on the website. The team at ECH is very good at responding so they can get to work as soon as possible on your project. Below we have listed the full contact information.

Contact Info:
Name: Educated Homeowners Club
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Organization: Educated Homeowners Club
Phone: 866-806-1662
Website: http://www.educatedhomeownersclub.com

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