Plus Finance: Dominating the Market for Lease Financing Solutions for Fit-outs and Refurbishments

# Plus Finance: Expert Leasing Solutions for Office Furniture and Fit-Outs

[Plus Finance]( specializes in delivering tailor-made leasing options for businesses seeking to purchase office furniture and transform their workplaces. As the longest-established specialist leasing company in the United Kingdom, we have been exclusively dedicated to office fit-outs since our establishment in 2001.

Unlike other leasing companies that finance a variety of office equipment, such as technology and vending machines, we focus solely on fit-out and furniture financing. Collaborating with manufacturers, dealers, and contractors, we extend our leasing services to businesses of all sizes and sectors, helping them achieve growth while maintaining financial stability.

Our holistic approach ensures a comprehensive turnkey solution for your fit-out project. From partitioning and flooring to lighting and wiring, we cover all aspects of the project, encompassing both tangible and intangible costs. Our leasing solution includes top-quality furniture, allowing you to bring your vision to life without compromising on budget constraints.

Leasing is an integral part of modern business operations, providing a sensible way to manage costs and allocate resources effectively. However, mainstream lenders typically do not offer leasing options for furnishings. At Plus Finance, we understand the unique challenges of fit-out and refurbishment projects, and we have established strong relationships with lenders who are eager to collaborate with you.

With each client, we create a bespoke lease arrangement that fits their specific needs. Whether you require a fit-out for a five-year lease term with a break after three years, or you are refurbishing within the remaining years of your lease, we can design a lease financing solution that aligns with your requirements. Our financing options are flexible, ranging from £50,000 to £200,000 or more.

One of the primary advantages of leasing is the ability to optimize your cash flow and banking facilities. By choosing to lease, you can avoid tying up your capital, allowing you to allocate it towards other strategic investments and ventures. Furthermore, lease financing is a tax-efficient method for funding your fit-out project. As a revenue item rather than a capital expenditure, leasing offers substantial tax benefits, especially for organizations with high tax rates or profitable operations.

When you partner with Plus Finance, you gain more than just cost-savings. Our fixed payments and flexible lease terms enable simple and reliable budgeting, freeing up your resources to focus on what truly matters: your business development and growth.

Contact us today at E: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or T: 01494 783773 to explore how Plus Finance can support your furniture and fit-out leasing needs. Let us help you create a workplace that reflects your unique vision while achieving financial success.

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Plus Finance is a leasing company specialising in arranging lease finance for businesses buying office furniture, and refurbishing or equipping their working environments.

We work in partnership with manufacturers, dealers and contractors to offer leasing to businesses of all sizes and across all commercial sectors. We don’t do anything else; we focus all our attention and activities only on this market.

E: [email protected]

T: 01494 783773

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