0% Finance On Selected Wood Floors
October 31st 2017
Written by Chris Shelper
Refurbishing your home can be expensive, especially if you want to transform more than one room at a time. When you’re on a budget you may decide that somethings can’t be changed, such as keeping your current carpet or laminate flooring, and instead spend your hard earned money on furnishings and wall decoration. However, a threadbare carpet or laminate that’s seen better days can ruin the effect you’re trying to create, and mean that you’re not 100% happy with your home.
A great way to get exactly what you want is to take advantage of 0% finance on selected items, such as wood flooring, and spread the payments at an affordable rate. This way you can replace your current flooring with a stunning, new wood floor that is both stylish and built to last. It could transform your home, drawing together every element, creating a design statement or providing a backdrop for your furnishings and decoration.
A wood floor can really give your home the wow factor and mean that your home refurbishment gives you 100% pleasure and enjoyment!
Why choose a wood floor?
We’ve been supplying wood floors to our customers in Oxfordshire for over 20 years and in that time have seen engineered and solid wood floors installed in many different types of properties. From chocolate box cottages in the Chilterns, period homes in Oxford, contemporary new builds, seventies properties undergoing a facelift, and everything in between; there’s a wood floor for you and your home!
During this time we’ve also seen many different trends in wood flooring, which has created the fantastic range of products and finishes our customers now get to choose from. Whether you want to create a rustic, homely oasis, or a super slick futuristic penthouse vibe, there’ll be wood floor that’s perfect, and once installed looks like it’s been designed just for you.
Innovation in wood flooring products also means that costs have come down. While wood is very much seen as a luxury, high end product, prices for engineered wood flooring start at around £30 p/m and so may be more affordable than you had thought. A wood floor can also increase the value of your home because it’s an aspirational decorative feature. So, depending on the wood floor you install, it could also be a wise investment if you’re planning to sell your house. Either way, wood floors look great and for many people are much more desirable than carpet and other flooring options!
0% finance on wood flooring – how it works
At Everything Wood we like to give our customers complete flexibility. Starting with the choice of wood flooring products we offer, and then giving our customers flexibility in the way they pay for selected wood floors. When you explore our range of engineered wood floors there’s a handy calculator next to selected products so you can see how you can spread your payments.
First off enter the number of square metres you require, then the amount you wish to pay as an initial deposit, and finally the number of months you want your repayments to cover. You can choose from 6, 10 or 12 months. Our calculator will then crunch the numbers and tell you how much your repayments will be, included and excluding VAT, for that period, product and quantity, minus your deposit. With no interest (0% finance) you don’t pay any more than you would if you had opted to pay in one lump sum.
Is it affordable?
You can also play around with the calculator to see what difference it will make if you spread your repayments over a different period, or if you change the initial deposit. It is important to make sure you can afford the repayments as defaulting could damage your credit rating and result in financial difficulties. However, if you’re confident that you can make the repayments over your preferred repayment period, this option is a great way to manage your home refurbishment budget and get a fantastic wood floor to complete your home.
If you have any questions about this offer, please contact the team on 01865 367888 or email email@example.com
Not sure what type of wood flooring you want? Read our guide for buying wood flooring here!