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Finance Payments via Pay4Later

0% Interest available on sales over £400
We offer our customers the opportunity to pay by installments, applicable to all stoves and accessories we sell on our website at a value over £400. Our interest rate is 0% and deposit amount is typically only 10%.

Applying for finance is fast and easy. Complete the credit agreement, sign it online and get an instant credit decision. Upon acceptance, pay your deposit and you're done.

How To Apply
You can apply for credit by selecting this method of payment at the final stage of the checkout process. It only takes a couple of minutes and you'll get an instant decision.

Qualifying For Credit
• You must be over 18 years of age.
• You must be a UK resident with at least 3 years' continual address history.
• You must be in full-time employment, unless you are retired or a house person with a spouse in full-time employment.
• You must have a UK bank account capable of accepting direct debits.
• The goods must be delivered to your home address.

Finance Example
The following example is based on a purchase of £400.00 with a 10% deposit and payments at 0% interest over 6 months.

Finance Option:6 Month Interest Free 10% Deposit
Monthly payment:£60.00
Number of monthly payments:6
Deposit you pay now:£40.00
Loan amount to be repaid:£360.00
Cost of loan interest:£0.00
Total amount payable including deposit:£400.00

Who provides finance?
Consumer credit service provided by Pay4Later in association with Close Brothers Retail Finance. Pay4Later is licensed by the Financial Conduct Authority (Consumer Credit Licence: 0616240). For more information please refer to our frequently asked questions or visit

Close Brothers Retail Finance is a trading name of Close Brothers Limited. Close Brothers is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority, regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. For more information please visit