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One of our experienced surveyors will able to talk you through the latest options on all of our A rated boilers together with warranty packages up to ten years.

Finance

We can offer varied finance options:

-Buy now pay Later

Pay nothing for 12 months with the next five years at 4.49% APR.

-Interest free available on shorter term contracts
-Up to 10 years finance with monthly payments starting from £19.99

 

 

FAQ’s

  • Do i have to pass a credit check?

    Consumer Boilers works with third party finance providers in order to offer the most competitive APR. Therefore you would be required to pass a credit check in order to utilize the payment plan. If you are unsure of your credit rating you can always check this with companies such as Experian. If you are not utilising a finance plan and intend to buy the boiler outright then you do not need to pass a credit check.
  • If i cant pass a credit check are there any other options for me?

    You could ask a close friend or relative, with a good credit rating, to the put the repayment plan in their name and then you would have to arrange between yourselves how you would make payments to them. If you have the available money to pay for the boiler installation in full you do not need a finance facility.
  • What are the interest rates on repayment plan and are they fixed?

    The interest rate for a repayment plan varies from 0.0% to 12.9% subject to status and length of contract. This is more competitive than the majority of lenders.
  • Are there any catches with the warranty and do i have to have an annual service done?

    The 10 year warranty is supplied direct from the manufacturer of the boiler and covers all boiler parts and labour installed by Consumer Response. Regardless of how you choose to pay for your boiler, whether it is cash upfront or a 5 year repayment plan, the warranty is something that comes as a standard. As long as the boiler has an annual service by an Gas Safe Registered engineer, your warranty is valid.
  • What would happen to the repayment plan and the warranty if i decided to move within 5 years?

    The warranty would stay with the boiler and therefore with the property, this can often work in a seller’s advantage as it can be utilised as a unique selling point. The remaining balance on the repayment plan remains with you and therefore does not have to be settled when you move house.