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What is Conservatory Finance?
Conservatory finance is a means to pay for any costs related to building or renovating a conservatory. Conservatory finance with iThink Finance means you can fund every little detail from windows and doors, to furniture, and shade of paint. We offer loans from £1,000-20,000, so that we can accommodate for all home improvement projects and needs.
What Can i Use it For?
You can use conservatory finance to fund multiple different aspects of your home improvement project. Whether you are looking to borrow some money to get new doors or are looking to extend the house and build a conservatory from scratch, we would be happy to arrange the funding for you!
Your Conservatory Finance Options How To Finance Your Conservatory
The reality is that home improvements do not come cheap, and building a conservatory is no exception. However, this shouldn’t stop you from going ahead and start making plans. You just need to assess a few good financing options and find an affordable and cost-effective method to pay for your home project. Luckily for you, we have made a list below of some of the best ways to finance your conservatory.
- Save Up
Saving up is probably one of the first things you should do when deciding to start a home improvement project. Whilst you may not manage to save up the entire sum needed to pay for your new conservatory, you should be able to save up enough to cover at least a portion of it.
So, try your best to reduce unnecessary purchases and outgoings every month and put money aside into a savings account or ISA to finance your dream conservatory. It is also worth checking out some underrated ways to save money so that you can fill up your savings pot even more!
To save up effectively, you should make sure that you are organised. Use The Money Advice Service's budget planner to get started.
- Home Improvement Loans
This is one of the most popular conservatory financing methods. Home improvement loans are not only affordable and flexible, but they are also a super quick, stress-free, and practical solution for anyone looking to receive their dream conservatory. Read More »
You can apply for £1,000-20,000 today and even receive the money into your account the very same day. After you have received the money, you can choose to repay your loan affordably within 12-72 months. Easy as A-B-C!« Show Less
- Conservatory on Finance Deals
With home improvements becoming increasingly popular, several conservatory providers have started to offer their customers direct financing called ‘conservatory on finance’. They function similarly to home improvement personal loans, except they might have different finance options and may require that you pay a deposit.
- Credit Cards
Applying for a 0% interest credit card is a popular way of financing a conservatory. This just means that you can use a card to fund your conservatory whilst paying 0% interest for a certain amount of time. However, these type of credit cards only offer 0% interest for a short amount of time so it would only be worth it if you could pay off your balance before your interest fee period ends.