There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to investing in your new frying range! This depends on your business and your goals.
We understand investing in your new frying range isn’t a light expense, so you want to be sure you’re investing in a good frying range that will provide a good return on investment. The Edge Range has the potential to make drastic improvements to a business, with up to 50% cost savings on your gas bills, as well as being able to increase your output and turnover.
So, you may be sold on the idea of buying a range, but how do you go about paying for it? Even if you have the cash available upfront, it’s likely that you have other important purchases to make as well as the new frying range. This is why it’s important to explore all of the options when it comes to choosing how to invest in your new frying equipment.
If you are considering making that decision now, here are some financial points that may help.
Benefit from the super-deduction on tax
130% first-year relief on machinery investments
Discover more on the government website here, where you will also find the helpful Super Deduction Factsheet.
Finance & easy payments are available
Stage payment deals are available, so no hefty deposit is required
We have worked closely with a business called Complete Leasing for a long time, to be able to offer our customers the best finance deals suitable for their individual circumstances.
You can also use our finance calculator on our quote forms, these figures are useful in giving you a guide for what your monthly payments might look like if you were to finance your new frying range.
Simply fill in the form with your range requirements, then on the last page, you will see a detailed financial breakdown of your specific frying range build.
The government-backed recovery loan scheme
Up to £10 million per business to aid recovery from the pandemic: www.gov.uk/guidance/recovery-loan-scheme
Our friendly team has years of experience in helping shops move their businesses forward, don’t hesitate to get in touch for further advice.