Spread The Cost of Your New Flooring With Monument Flooring

23 April 2018 / By admin
Monument Flooring

Bring Home Your Dream Flooring With Our New Finance Service.


We are delighted to introduce our new Finance service provided by Ideal4Finance, allowing our customer even more ways to pay for their flooring.


Since our launch last August, many of our customers have asked about more flexible ways to pay for their dream flooring, wether it be LVT, Carpet or other flooring works.
After months of searching to find the right finance partner, we were delighted to agree a partnership with Ideal4Finance who will help our customers find the best finance deal for them.

How does it work?

We have our own unique account on the Ideal4Finance website which will allow our customers to apply for their own finance either in store or from the comfort of their own home. Wherever you see the banners on our website promoting the finance service, you can click these to begin the process.

Through the application process you will be asked for the amount you wish to apply for, this will be the quote that we have given during your free measure and estimate visit.

If you are accepted then the lender will release funds directly into your bank account, to then be paid to ourselves prior to your flooring installation.

It is important to understand that we are not acting as a finance company, we are an appointed introducer of Ideal4Finance, they will be the ones looking for the best finance option for you.

If you have any questions on spreading the cost of your flooring, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0191 731 6626 or 0800 1777 332 to discuss this further.

‘monument flooring ltd is an introducer appointed representative of ideal sales solutions ltd t/a ideal4finance. ideal sales solutions is a credit broker and not a lender frn 703401 finance available subject to status. loans of 25000 and above available on a secured basis. think carefully before securing other debts against your home. your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it.'

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