Is a new conservatory for the New Year in your mind or is it finally time to upgrade those draughty old windows and doors to make your home more energy efficient come 2019?
Whatever your ideas are, we suggest that you don’t hang around and get a quote from Visual as quickly as possible – before 31st December to be precise!
When you request a quote ahead of the 31st you will beat our 2019 price increases as the quote given will be valid for six months. This will save you plenty of pennies that you can instead spend on yourself throughout the festivities. Getting a priority quote NOW will also entitle you to up to £500 off your chosen purchase.
You will receive an EXTRA FREE SAVINGS voucher after requesting a priority quote online that you can then put towards the desired item.
If you need help with the cost of financing any new home improvements, we have further good news for would-be buyers – you can buy now for only £99 deposit and pay nothing more until 2020* – INTEREST FREE.
It will remain interest free if you pay the outstanding balance in full before 12 months has elapsed plus a £29 exit fee. If you’re unable to pay the outstanding balance in that 12-month period you can alternatively pay in 120 monthly instalments at 19.9% APR Representative.
You can see our full set of finance options here.
These are our gifts to you this Christmas and there’s no time like the present to take full advantage of them.
*Credit is provided subject to application and status. Terms and conditions do apply*.
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