Flexible payment options are available, and eligible customers can now access a competitively priced regular payment plan for selected Worcester boilers and spread the cost of their investment in a new boiler through a series of more manageable monthly payments over 1, 3, 5, 8 or 10 years*.
Working with Worcester Bosch as an accredited Worcester installer and service agent, and with Hitachi Capital, we can offer this payment plan.
The application process is simple. Finance is provided by Hitachi Capital, voted ‘Best Direct Personal Loans Provider’ by YourMoney for the last four years running (2019).
Hitachi Capital is a market-leading finance provider with over 27 years’ trading experience in the UK marketplace. It provides finance solutions for thousands of home owners and works with many major UK brands including the Worcester Bosch Group.
*Subject to eligibility; full terms and conditions available on request.
Gregor Heating is pleased to be able to offer 0% finance over 12 months. This is offered to customers borrowing up to £2,500 over 12 months. For example, a deposit of £500 is payable upfront, then monthly payments of £166.66 per month for 12 months.
For more information please call our team today on 0117 935 2400
Interest-bearing credit options are a convenient way to ‘buy now and pay later’. Apply for a flexible payment option to help spread the cost of your boiler and installation. The representative examples below are based on an installation cost of £2,500 and a 10% deposit. If you would like to know more about finance options, please contact us on 0117 935 2400.
|Term in months||36 months||60 months||90 months||120 months|
|Total Amount Repaid||£2,843.81||£3,083.75||£3,468.18||£3,740.38|
Whichever payment option you choose, the figures from the Energy Savings Trust indicate that you could save up to £300 per year on your heating bills when you buy an A-rated new boiler from Gregor Heating.
Rising fuel costs have made saving money on heating bills increasingly important to the average householder. A recent survey by financial planners Tilney found that UK utility bills rose by 139% over the 20 year period from 1997 to 2016 – almost three times the speed of compound inflation, which was 50.7%, so in real terms, heating homes has become far more expensive.