TRUE Community Credit Union is proud to be a Michigan Saves lending partner that offers low-interest loans for qualified energy saving upgrades. Homeowners are eligible for below-market interest rates with flexible terms up to 15 years with no penalty for early repayment.

Michigan Saves is a non-profit organization that provides a clean energy lending program that assists homeowners with finding an authorized contractor, an online application for financing and connecting with a qualified lender

Why A Michigan Saves Loan?

We’ve already negotiated the best rates and terms for clean energy home improvements on your behalf! This simple, affordable clean energy financing is only available through Michigan Saves and is engineered to get you the most for your money, energy, and time.

Work with Michigan Saves authorized contractors for energy efficient home renovations.

Where to start:

  • Find your Michigan Saves contractor to get an estimate on qualifying home energy improvements.
  • Participating contractors will complete an analysis of your home to determine its energy efficiency and the areas that you may be able to be more energy efficient.
  • Be sure to mention that you are a TRUE Community Credit Union member and the contractor will help you obtain the low interest Michigan Saves Loan.  

Be sure to check with your authorized contractor* for other improvements that may be covered.

NOTE: Non-Energy, Building Performance Measures: Asbestos abatement or electrical service upgrade, Radon and lead abatement, repairs to home due to mold, mildew, ice dams or other symptoms of poor building performances.

*TRUE Community Credit Union and Michigan Saves do not endorse any particular contractor. While the contractors in the contractor directory have met certain requirements for participation, you will be entering into a direct relationship with the contractor of your choice and it is important that you review their credentials, qualifications, and references to make an informed decision.

 


 

If you have any questions visit the Michigan Saves website at www.michigansaves.org.