Pizza Oven Leasing Calculator

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2. The rental price indicated is for general guidance and is subject to credit approval.

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Pizza Oven Lease

Finance your Pizza Oven quickly, easily and cheaply with WestWon. We finance a wide range of pizza ovens, including conveyor, convection, deck and brick. Leasing a pizza oven works out cheaper than buying new, an important factor to consider at the start of a new venture. You can lease the oven for up to 5 years allowing you to make full use of the product. You decide the terms of the lease and at the end you have the option of buying the product outright. Your options are very flexible and can be tailored to suit your needs.

WestWon has a brilliant track record in catering leasing, we have funded full cafe start ups and kitted out kitchens in schools and colleges. We work in partnership with suppliers and manufacturers to ensure we can offer the best equipment for you. Alternatively you can select the supplier of your choice. We can offer you competitive finance packages to suit your needs and have access to over 50 UK funders, allowing us to provide the most competitive lease rates in the industry.

Benefits of Leasing Your Pizza Oven

  • Cash flow

    You will be able to keep funds in your business to be used elsewhere

  • Alternative lines of funding

    You don’t have to use up a bank facility you already have

  • VAT

    On rental agreements, the VAT is included in the rental, not in a lump sum

  • Pay for the equipment as you use it

    Companies pay employees over time as they work, so why pay all the cost for a pizza oven in advance?

  • The latest equipment

    Always have the latest pizza oven at your disposal by implementing a recycling strategy, whereby you replace the oven at the end of the lease term

  • Tax planning

    Using a lease rental agreement, 100% of your rental is deductible against your companies corporation tax

The Pizza Oven Leasing Process

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How does leasing a pizza oven work?

  • You decide what pizza oven you need
  • You decide on the supplier and negotiate terms (we can help with this)
  • We take the supplier’s quote and work out what the lease will be
  • You choose the lease length (this can vary from 1-4 years)
  • We email you the paperwork containing the finance agreement which you sign and return to us
  • Your supplier invoices us and our finance provider will pay the invoice in full
  • You choose your delivery method, the supplier can deliver or you can collect

Why Should you lease your equipment?

Leasing is a fantastic solution for any business as it helps to budget your expenditure, with a fixed amount going out every month it makes it a lot easier to manage your cash flow, allowing you to keep funds for other purposes in your business. Leasing can also be a good way to plan your tax bill as all rental repayments are allowable under Corporation Tax, whereas if bought outright they are only allowed if under £200,000. The finance of assets is also very attractive as all VAT is included in the rental, so there are no surprise lump sums upfront or on the final payment.

At WestWon, we also appreciate that starting a new business or venture can be a financial drain, by leasing through us there is no need to use an existing bank facility. At the end of the lease you can just hand us back the equipment, saving you the money and hassle of disposing of it in a safe and environmentally friendly way.

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