Are you thinking about getting a new boiler? New boilers come with many benefits for you to enjoy- but we understand the initial cost can be off-putting. To make this easier, we offer boilers on finance, making it easier for you to afford an upgrade. This is a great idea to consider if you don’t want to pay the whole cost upfront. Keep reading to find out even more benefits of getting a boiler with finance.
B&R Heating finance options
Our team understands that a boiler is not at the top of your savings list! It is a large investment and you won’t always have the funds at your fingertips. As a result, we’ve put together a competitive solution that’s designed to help anyone looking to get boilers on finance. By spreading the cost over a defined period, you receive an efficient heating system that suits your budget.
Benefits of boilers on finance
By choosing to finance your new boiler, you can get a replacement almost instantly. This is especially useful if your boiler has broken down, as you can have a newer model installed very quickly.
Your new boiler will be more efficient. By upgrading, you will save money in the long run by having lower monthly heating bills. This means your boiler will begin to pay for its energy savings, which is a huge benefit.
As a Worcester accredited installer, we handle the entire process, meaning that finance is an easy option with less hassle. From the installation of your new boiler to the finance plan, our team is more than happy to help.
The ability to spread the cost of your Worcester Bosch boiler and installation will be included in any quotation we give you. Working in partnership with Hitachi Capital means we are able to offer you a Worcester Bosch boiler in monthly payment terms to suit your needs.
Who we can work with
- Minimum age 18 years
- UK resident for more than 12 months
- Own personal bank account from which a direct debit can be taken
- Permanent employment, working minimum of 16 hours per week
- Retired person
- On disability allowance
- Unemployed & ‘house-person’ (with the consent of a cohabiting working partner)
Who we can’t work with
- Unemployed without a spouse/partner in full-time employment
- Temporary positions/ agency workers
- Unregistered childminders
- Foster carers without a spouse in full-time employment
- Students (other than trainee nurses or doctors)
- Supply teacher without a permanent contract or specific school