CMS DOORS ARE PLEASED TO OFFER FINANCE ON ALL PRODUCTS
SPREAD THE COST
Now it's even easier to upgrade your front door or garage door with interest free credit. Whether it be for a Roller garage door, Sectional garage door or a new Front door from either our Aluminium, Steel or Composite range.
To help you spread the cost of buying a new door/s, we have teamed up with a finance company to offer you a convenient and great value payment plan options.
Finance is available on all doors we offer over £700. It includes all accessories, electric motors, keyless entry systems such as finger print locking & app control, side lights and postboxes.
It only takes a few minutes to complete the application process, so get in touch and you could be the proud owner of a new door where you can spread the cost.
Applications can be filled in, in the comfort of your own home.
£75 processing fee applicable for all applications.
See the table for an example of payments on a AlluGuard Roller Door - Secured by Design: Single, insulated, automated roller door over 12 months.
Based on a door up to 2500mm wide & 2150mm high & a full box. Installation not included, but we can include it - please enquire.
£1528.53 + VAT (Excludes installation)
TOTAL inc vat - £1834.24
Cost of credit
CMS Doors act as credit intermediaries and offer credit products provided by a finance company.
How to apply
You can apply on the phone or at our showroom where one of our sales staff will assist you with the entire process.
The finance company will conduct the necessary credit checks and references in order to confirm your eligibility for the credit application.
How much can I borrow?
The minimum loan amount is £700. The maximum loan amount is £25,000.
Is a deposit required?
Yes. If your credit application is accepted, you will be required to pay a 25%-50% deposit, using a credit or debit card. The amount of the deposit is displayed in the credit summary throughout the credit application and on the credit agreement itself.
What Is The APR?
The annual percentage rate (APR) is displayed clearly on the credit summary and throughout the credit application process. It is also shown clearly on the credit agreement itself.
How are my monthly payments made?
Monthly repayments will be taken via direct debit from your bank account. The finance company will inform you of the date that your repayments will commence. The first payment is typically due 30 days following the date of delivery of your order.
Which products can I buy on finance?
All our products are available on finance including delivery if required - all is stated on each individual customer quotation.
What is the repayment schedule?
This is payable over 12 months + we also offer interest bearing credit at 9.9% to 12% - up to 60 months..
Can I pay off the loan early?
Yes, you have the right to repay all or part of the credit early at any time by contacting the finance company.
Please note that interest rates will be adjusted accordingly.
How much does the loan cost?
The total cost of the loan is shown on the finance agreement. There is also a £75 processing fee applicable.
Are there any other charges?
If you fail to pay any amount you owe under the Credit Agreement by the date it is due, the finance company may charge you interest on that amount, they may also levy additional fees – details of these can be found in the credit agreement.
How long does it take to apply?
The online application takes a few minutes to complete and successful applications are processed straight away.
What are the requirements for finance?
You must be over 18 years old and a permanent UK resident with 3 years address history. You must have a UK bank account capable of accepting direct debits. Maximum age is 75 years old.
The goods must be delivered to your home address and the deposit is paid using a credit or debit card - either in the showroom or over the phone.
Can I cancel the credit agreement?
You have the right under section 66A of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 to withdraw from the agreement without giving any reason before the end of 14 days (beginning with the day after the day on which the agreement is made or, if later, the date on which we will tell you that we have signed the agreement).