SWR can offer finance on most of our products, if you would like to know more, please speak to one of our representatives.
• Finance £1,000 to £50,000 for up to 10 years
• Simple Application Process - Same Day Approval
• Competitive Fixed 9.9% APR
Monthly Repayments - Over 5 Years
Monthly Repayments - Over 10 Years
SWR Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority FRN 928520.
We are a credit broker not a lender and have a facility with a panel of lenders.
SWR Installations is a trading name of SWR Ltd.
You can complete a finance application in just a few minutes either online, by phone or even by email link.
Who can apply?
Credit is available to UK Residents aged 18/21 and over (dependent on lender) and is subject to affordability, status and lending criteria with a minimum deposit of 20%.
Is the credit decision made quickly?
Yes. Normally within a few seconds.
Is there a cancellation period for the finance?
Yes. There is always a mandatory 14 day ‘cooling off period’.
How much paperwork is there to do?
None. It’s all digital and online.
What is an APR?
Annual Percentage Rate. This is the method by which the interest is calculated and used for comparison purposes.
Are there any penalties for paying back early?
No. The remaining balance will be recalculated automatically so you don't pay any more than you need to.
If you wish to pay a ‘chunk’ off the agreement you can choose whether to reduce the length of the term or reduce the monthly repayments accordingly.
What happens if a payment is missed?
A £12.00 fixed penalty charge will be incurred on your next payment. You should contact the lender and reschedule payments as quickly as possible.
What happens if personal circumstances change?
Notify the lender at the earliest opportunity and ensure good communication. Contact details will be clearly provided in the finance agreement.
What is the FCA?
The Financial Conduct Authority is a financial regulatory body in the United Kingdom, but operates independently of the UK government. It is financed by charging fees to directly authorised firms within the financial services industry.