Press Release
August 12, 2020

Nortek Global HVAC Partners with Home Improvement Financing Provider Renovate America

Nortek HVAC products are sold under industry-leading brand names such as Maytag®, Broan®, Frigidaire®, Reznor® and Mammoth®.

SAN DIEGO, CA, August 12 – Renovate America is pleased to announce a partnership with Nortek Global HVAC, manufacturer of HVAC solutions for both residential and light commercial marketplaces. The partnership will enable contractors to offer affordable financing plans for residential home improvement projects with a seamless in-home sales experience for both homeowners and contractors.


Renovate America’s multi-product financing platform helps contractors grow their businesses by allowing them to serve a wider range of customers across the full credit spectrum. Homeowners can explore financing options provided by Renovate America without affecting their credit and can spread out the cost of their projects over fixed monthly payments with competitive interest rates.

“Nortek is delighted to partner with Renovate America,” says Darren Leonard, Vice President of Sales – Residential, Nortek Global HVAC. “We chose Renovate America because their commitment to affordable, energy-efficient home upgrades goes hand in hand with our mission of Creating a Better Tomorrow Every Day. We believe our partnership will further our mission by helping more homeowners purchase high-efficiency systems that feature lower annual energy consumption rates. Additionally, Renovate America’s fixed monthly payments and competitive interest rates will allow our contractors to close more deals by offering homeowners an affordable means of upgrading their HVAC systems.”


Renovate America provides home improvement contractors with the tools they need to succeed in the field. In addition to multiple financing options, Renovate America offers industry-leading training, education, and support service. Renovate America also provides easy-to-use technology for the field including a mobile app and web portal. 


“Renovate America is proud to launch our partnership with Nortek Global HVAC, a leader in the home improvement industry with a focus on energy efficiency,” said Shawn Stone, CEO of Renovate America.  “As a company that has its origins beginning in 1919, Nortek offers customer centric HVAC solutions that aligns with our values.  Renovate America’s wide financing offering’s, including extensive same as cash promotional products,  along with a mobile experience designed to provide a decision in less than one minute, provides homeowner’s instant access to energy-efficient and quality manufactured products from Nortek Global HVAC.”


Eligible contractors can register with Renovate America now to take advantage of promotional rates. To learn more about Nortek Global HVAC, visit



About Nortek Global HVAC

Nortek Global HVAC is a leading manufacturer of HVAC solutions for both residential and light commercial marketplaces. The company takes pride in building and selling high-quality systems that deliver complete comfort and genuine value to homeowners and businesses. Nortek heat pumps, air conditioners, furnaces and other HVAC products are sold under industry-leading brand names such as Maytag®, Broan®, Frigidaire®, Reznor® and Mammoth®. 


About Renovate America

Renovate America offers a financing platform that helps Americans improve their homes while giving contractors the tools they need to grow their business. In addition to financing home improvements through a traditional lending product, Benji, Renovate America also offers participating communities HERO financing. HERO is a leading residential Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program in the U.S. and has been used by the owners of over 130,000 homes to make upgrades that can save energy and water, generate renewable energy, or protect against storm damage. HERO-financed upgrades are projected to save homeowners billions of dollars in energy and water bills, and are estimated to have created over 25,000 local trade jobs that cannot be offshored or automated.