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Lease Finance for Air Conditioning & Heating Systems

Posted: 2014-10-20, in category: Uncategorized

SJP Building Services are well aware of the fact that many construction projects do not go ahead because of financial restrictions. Others will proceed but not to the full extent than had been originally planned.

SJP friends and marketing partners, Turn Key Air Conditioning have developed an innovative solution to this problem and it is one which helps their customers every bit as much as it helps themselves.

Air conditioning is one of those add-ons that are often seen as a luxury rather than a necessity during a new build or refurbishment project. As a result it is often one of the first areas to be cut when cost savings are sought. Yet with recent breakthroughs in air conditioning technology, heat exchange systems can offer a dramatic saving in energy bills as well as providing lower carbon emissions. While adding air conditioning or combined heat and climate control units at a later date is possible, retrofitting is invariably more expensive than incorporating air conditioning into the original scheme.

Turn Key now provide lease hire finance for air conditioning. Lease hire means that all the costs of the refurbishment can be covered from the outset – including design costs and architectural fees – with low cost air conditioning and heating provided at the time when it is really needed.

Lease hire for air conditioning is 100% tax efficient as both capital and interest costs can be offset against pre-tax profits. Lease finance from Turn Key guarantees fixed and affordable repayment schedules that are then built into the business’ long term economic plan. At the end of the lease hire period, and for a nominal fee, the air conditioning system becomes an asset of the customer.

For more information on lease hire finance for air conditioning visit www.leaseairconditioning.co.uk.

Lease Finance for Air Conditioning & Heating Systems

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