Sliding glass doors are within your reach.

If you’ve always wanted to have state-of-the-art glass doors installed in your home, cost no longer needs to be a factor. Thanks to a partnership between GreenSky Financing and Cover Glass USA, you can now finance frameless glass for your home in you live in the Southern California area.

We have a new buy now, pay later program that makes our frameless glass affordable for everyone.

Loan Options to Finance Frameless Glass

GreenSky Financing offers two payback loan options: one is for 6 months, the other is for 12 months.

What this means is you will owe no interest if you pay off your loan in full within the set period.

For either option, you have a credit limit of up to $65,000, there are multiple ways to make loan payments, and there is no requirement to pay anything up front.

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Benefits of Use Financing to Pay for Your Swing Doors

With financing options from GreenSky, you can install the glass doors enclosures you have always dreamed of.

There’s no need to settle for a subpar product — you’ll be able to use the loan to purchase any of the quality products in the Cover Glass range.

These come complete with tempered glass, a built-in drainage system, customization options, and everything else that makes our solutions top of the range.

FAQs

1.) What is the process for applying a GreenSky loan to a Cover Glass purchase?

After you’ve been accepted for a GreenSky loan, you’ll receive a 16-digit account number and an expiration date.

You’ll need to provide us with these details when you pay for your sliding glass doors — in the place of your credit card details. You’ll have six months from the date of receiving the loan to make a purchase of any of our high-quality frameless glass products.

2.) Why is a GreenSky loan better than paying with a credit card?

When you finance your glass door project through GreenSky, you defer interest for either 6 or 12 months.

After that period, interest rates are lower than what you typically receive with a credit card.

3.) How will I know how much interest I owe?

You will see billed interest on your monthly statements during the promotional period.

You will only be responsible for the interest accrued since the date of approval if you do not pay off the entire balance by the end of the promotional period.

4.) When do I need to make the first payment?

With most of our deferred interest plans, no payment is necessary until after the promotional period.

Of course, any amount you do pay during this period will incur no interest. To avoid paying interest entirely, you need to make at least one payment to pay off the entire balance during the promotional period.

5.) What are the payment options?

You can pay online, by phone, or through scheduled automatic payments from your bank account. You choose the option you prefer.

Apply today to finance your top-hung glass doors.

GreenSky Financing offers fast approvals through a friendly customer service team to help you receive your Cover Glass system as soon as possible.

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