Stupid question regarding no interest CCs
Hi all.. We've got an upcoming remodel that we're planning on doing traditional financing on (home equity loan), but in an effort to reduce the amount being financed over the 15 year period (and with a bit more upfront load if you will), I'm wondering about throwing $30-40k or so of the expense on a no interest credit card.. My concern is what sort of pitfalls I might encounter.. I can certainly take this amount and finance it as well or even take a loan on my 401k if I really want to (different topic there!).. Anyway, not sure I'm really interested in playing games with the different CC companies out there.. In this case, I'd only do this if I could get a card with 0 interest for several years -- I'd rather not get a new card every year and play those sorts of games.. Unfortunately, none of the Amex/MC or other no-interest cards seem to indicate how long the no-interest is good for..
Can someone slap some sense into (or out of) me?