Renovate your kitchen on a budget

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The kitchen is traditionally the heart of the home – and it sees a lot of action. Make sure it’s somewhere you want to spend time by investing in all the kit you need with kitchen renovation financing from DivideBuy.

Renovating the kitchen can be costly – £7,000 on average – but the price depends on what you want to do with the space. Perhaps it’s time to replace the floors, or maybe your kitchen appliances are on the blink. Either way, with our retailers, you can spread the cost of a kitchen renovation by choosing to pay in instalments with interest free credit.

Our retailers cover all aspects of kitchen renovation work, from DIY tools and tiles on finance to kitchen appliances like washing machines, cookers and even coffee machines on credit. And because we offer interest free credit, the price you see is the price you pay – without any additional charges.

There are lots of ways our retailers can help you cover the cost of a kitchen fit-out over a timeframe that suits you – here are just a few of them.

 

Worktops and tiles on finance

New tiles add a smart touch to the kitchen with the added benefit of being easy to clean. With tiles on finance, you can choose something you really like without having to worry about splashing out upfront.

Tiles around the sink area, in particular, can be useful to protect the walls from water damage, and there are all kinds of styles and shades to choose from. These include patterns to single block colours, mirrored tiles on credit and tiles with a natural texture.

You’ll find a great range of worktops with our retailers, too – everything from granite and quartz worktops to laminates and different types of wood, all available to spread the cost.

 

Spread the cost of kitchen appliances

Appliances help us with daily tasks at home, making life that bit easier. Most kitchen appliances will last for at least a year, if not longer, but they can be expensive to replace – which is where kitchen appliance credit comes in handy.

Cookers, for example, cost between £150 and more than £1,000, and dishwashers can be as much as £600. Fridge freezers and washing machines also range in price from around £200, with some big US-style refrigerators costing into the thousands, and washing machines with special features can come in around the £900 price mark.

With kitchen appliance financing on dishwashers, cookers and more, you can relieve some of the stress of shelling out a lot of money upfront and pay in instalments instead, on an interest free basis.

 

Small appliance financing and coffee machines on credit

Details make all the difference in the kitchen. It’s often the small appliances that we use most, such as the kettle, toaster and microwave, and our retailers offer everything from stand mixers and food processor to coffee machines on finance.

When it comes to small appliance financing, you’ll find plenty of choice in the types of products available, as well as different sizes, colours and levels of spec.

Instead of being restricted by your budget and paying the whole amount upfront, you can choose a microwave, mixer or coffee machine on finance and invest in the model you want for your kitchen, splitting payments over a number of months.

Don’t be put off creating the kitchen of your dreams because of the price – with kitchen renovation financing from DivideBuy, you can spread the cost in a way that suits you.

Check out what our retailers have to offer and start planning your kitchen makeover today.

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