Beat the energy price rise with interest free credit on energy saving tech
We’re offering interest free finance for two years to help households make the necessary investments to bring down their heating bills.
The cost of heating a home is skyrocketing this year, with energy prices expected to peak between October and March 2023, as the energy price cap adjusts to the wholesale price of oil and gas.
This autumn, energy prices are expected to rise by another £1,009 on average, on top of the £693 increase earlier this year, bringing the annual cost of energy per household to £2,980.
This is a huge increase in cost, yet it remains the case that one of the best things most households can do is to upgrade their existing boiler for a more efficient alternative. This could mean investing in a new, A-rated gas boiler, swapping to a combi or system boiler or upgrading to an air source heat pump.
Although our boilers start at just £1,799 with £200 cashback, we realise that this may be unaffordable to some households who are looking to make immediate savings. To help out, we’re offering 0% finance over two years, making it easier for customers to cut their energy bills, without paying more up-front.
Offered through Novuna, the UK’s most trusted finance providers, you can enjoy the money saving potential of a new boiler, installed by our fully accredited team and pay it off within two years at no extra cost and with no deposit required.
A new A-rated appliance with appropriate controls could save you up to £580 per year, meaning that before you pay it off, your new boiler could have paid for itself!
Contact our team today for a quote, and for more information on interest-free credit to find out how you can save money on your heating bills without breaking the bank.
The Glow Group acts as a credit broker, not a lender and offers products from Novuna, a trading style of Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Financial Services Register no. 704348. Both companies are registered in England and Wales. Availability of credit depends on status and credit checks. Terms and exclusions apply.