G4 Roofs is proud to partner with Enhancify to give our customers the ability to fund their home projects with flexible monthly payments. Whether you are looking for a brand new roof, to start a home improvement project, or to pay your deductible, we have financing options to meet whatever need you may have.
You can complete Enhancify's form online within seconds. Once you submit your information, Enhancify will immediately match you with your best options available based on your situation.
An unsecured loan, also referred to as a personal loan, is a loan that is based solely on the borrower's creditworthiness, rather than by any type of collateral. An unsecured loan can be used for almost any purpose, including home improvements, debt consolidation, wedding expenses, etc.
A secured loan is a loan that uses an asset, such as a car or home, as collateral. If you default on the loan, the bank/lender can repossess the car or home.
No, our partner network is comprised of a variety of lenders or other solution providers to assist with all credit situations and needs.
No, if you apply to a lender and for whatever reason you decide not to move forward, you are not obligated to accept the loan. We do recommend you notify the lending provider as to why you don't want to proceed with the application or the acceptance of the loan offer.
Yes, we do! We have Lenders who work with borrowers with poor to excellent credit. All loan decisions are provided by our lending partners.
No, we do not pull your credit and in most instances our lending partners will only do a soft inquiry. However, if the lending partner does do a hard inquiry, the lender will notify you beforehand, usually somewhere on their website or prior to submitting your application with them. It is very important you read their terms and conditions prior to submitting your application.
Simply put, a soft inquiry is an inquiry that occurs when either you, a credit card company, or a lender checks your credit to pre-approve you to offer you credit. Soft inquiries do not appear on your credit report, nor do they impact your credit scores.
A hard inquiry is an inquiry that occurs when you apply to a bank or lender so they can review your credit report as part of their decision-making process. A hard inquiry does show up on your credit report and will impact your credit score. This type of inquiry appears on your credit report for two years (24 months), however, it will only impact your credit score for the first year (12 months).
No, we do not charge any fees to the consumer to utilize our services. Each lender you are matched with determines their own policy on what they charge. We are unable to determine the amount of closing costs or out-of-pocket expenses you may incur, however, if we are able to match you with a lender, you can discuss your specific situation with them once you are in contact.