GE Money and United Building Centers Launch Consumer Credit Program
Revolving & Installment Financing in Time for National Remodeling Month
ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In time for National Remodeling Month in May, GE Money’s Sales Finance unit and United Building Centers (UBC), a national supplier to builders, contractors and project-oriented consumers, today announced a new multi-year relationship to provide consumer financing through GE Money’s PROJECTLINESM program for purchasing UBC’s wide variety of building materials and home improvement products.
“Over the past 152 years, we’ve continually grown our business by evolving as the needs of commercial and residential consumers change,” said Dale Kukowski, President of UBC. “This partnership with GE Money – Sales Finance is another example of our commitment to bring valuable tools to our customers.”
The credit program is now available through UBC’s 172 centers in the Midwest and Rocky Mountain states and offers both installment and revolving credit options with a quick, easy application and sales process with competitive rates and promotions.
“As the new housing boom slows, more homeowners are making improvements to their existing homes, either as a do-it-yourself project or by working with a remodeler,” said Bruce Christensen, vice president and general manager, Home Improvement industry, GE Money – Sales Finance. “We’re excited to add our financing services expertise to United Building Center’s long and prominent history in providing exceptional products, making these types of projects even more affordable and convenient for consumers.”
Over the past 15 years, GE Money’s Home Improvement division has been an industry leader, providing more than $13 billion in home improvement financing to nearly half a million homeowners.
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