Leasing Facilities

Leasing Rate Calculator

Enter the value of the transaction (exclusive of VAT) and the period you would prefer and the costings will come up at the click of a button!

3 years

Value of Units:
Initial Rental:
Followed by 35 payments of:

5 years

Value of Units:
Initial Rental:
Followed by 59 payments of:

Terms & Conditions

On a lease rental contract VAT is payable at 20% of rental.

Subject to an acceptance from one of our main line funders.

Valid for 1 month from date of proposal.

Subject to status. The terms set out above are given solely upon the understanding that they do not constitute any part of an offer or a contract, but are merely an invitation to treat.

Valid for contract sizes up to £25,000 plus VAT.

We are delighted to offer (subject to status) leasing facilities for our commercial customers at what we know to be phenomenally low rates. We did it for you. We do not accept any introductory commissions whatsoever from the leasing companies. We view leasing as “an additional service” to assist you, our customers, to achieve the lowest cost and the highest specification.

Why lease rather than buy?

  • 100% Tax Allowances – All leasing payments are 100% tax deductible and are a legitimate and allowable business expense. So….on the proviso your company is actually making a profit(!), the leasing payments will reduce that profit, and of course, your eventual tax liability. However, if you decide to pay cash (we also take cheques!) the only allowance you will be entitled to is “depreciation” of the Air Conditioning System generally over a period of four years.
  • Budget more effectively – By spreading the cost over 3, or 5 years clients can budget for one easy fixed cost for the period, which can include the intangible elements such as partitioning, carpets tiles and and design costs.
  • Be totally flexible – Payments can match the cash flow of the business – Payments can be made monthly, quarterly or annually to suit the customer’s cash flow. One of the most common reasons quoted for companies failing, is bad management of cash flow. Leasing helps clients to manage their cash flow more effectively.
  • Preserve borrowing power and invest funds elsewhere – Other lines of credit from the bank or other finance houses remain intact for other credit needs. In addition, leasing can ease the strain on working capital and provide finance with no deposit therefore leaving you with more reserves to invest in in profit making activities.
  • Allocation payments from a revenue budget as to a capital budget – In large organisations there are two budgets, a capital budget for purchasing assets and a revenue budget for the running costs of the business. Leasing comes from a revenue budget and thus can overcome capital budget restrictions.
  • Overcome budget limitations – Customers can make the most of their budgets by spreading the cost over 3 or 5 years and acquire the system that meets their needs fully,rather than which their budget dictates