What is boiler finance?
We are well aware how costly a boiler can be, which is why boilers paid for on finance can be so helpful. Just like any other finance, you spread the initial costs through small more manageable monthly payments. With DHS, you can choose to spread the cost over 1 to 10 years.
Should I get a boiler on finance?
It’s always preferable to pay it upfront if you can afford it but unfortunately, for the majority of us, giving out such a large amount of money just isn’t that simple.
A boiler on finance is a great option for anyone who needs a replacement or a brand new boiler installed. We can offer the Worcester Bosh boiler on finance, thanks to our consumer credit License with Hitachi Finance so you don’t have to worry about a large expenditure to ensure your boiler is working as it should.
Things to keep in mind when getting a boiler on finance
With any finance scheme, you should be aware that you will always pay slightly more than the original costs due to the interest rates and failure to do so will affect your credit rating.
Keep in mind that a credit agreement has the same weight as a contract once signed so always make sure you have all the information you need and that you’re getting a fair deal.
WE Care and Repair
If you need a new boiler but are in a vulnerable situation, we are a partner of West of England’s Care and Repair scheme which covers Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
WE Care and Repair are a non-profit organisation who focuses on providing assistance to people with disabilities, learning difficulties or mental health issues. It also supports people on lower incomes with the help of council-subsidised loans.
If you’re looking to replace your boiler on a finance scheme or would like to know more information about it or about the WE Care and Repair scheme, call DHS today on 0117 924 7200, email us, or request a call back.