Ease The Pressure On Cash Flow
Avoid the large upfront costs of asset purchases by sourcing the equipment you need with the costs spread out over an affordable period.
From plant machinery and pneumatic equipment to diggers, cranes and tools, expanding your selection of assets for a construction business can be expensive at the best of times.
SMEs and established construction companies are continuing to use asset finance as part of their growth strategy, spreading the cost of essential purchases over a fixed number of months or years, or simply leasing them for as long as they are needed.
These accessible, affordable financing options have given thousands of construction businesses the space to grow without putting unnecessary pressure on their cash flow.
Once registered with Capitalise, you'll be able to quickly and easily access finance to purchase the essential equipment that your business needs to flourish.
Using hire purchase and lease financing to access essential assets and equipment for your construction business can be an invaluable resource when it comes to taking on larger projects. Here are just some of the advantages:
The construction industry is fraught with more expenses than almost any other industry. The cost of heavy machinery, construction vehicles and labour can be a real headache even for the most financially savvy companies.
SMEs have found much needed respite in being able to spread the cost of new equipment purchases over flexible period of time, allowing them to focus cash flow elsewhere in the business.
Hire purchase, contract leasing and refinancing agreements have been key in the growth of this sector with many businesses now using these options regularly to facilitate new projects.
Capitalise works with an experienced network of construction industry specialists that can help your business to find a suitable financing partner who understands the challenges faced by businesses within this sphere
Capitalise works with a number of providers who can facilitate the affordable purchase of these assets.