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GlassGuard® announce financed lighting schemes

06 October 2015

GlassGuard® through their finance partner Lombard, can now provide competitive financial packages for lighting schemes in excess of £5,000 that can be arranged over 24, 36, 48 and 60 months.

GlassGuard® Commercial Director Mark Goodwin commented: “Our role in the food industry is to deliver a lighting solution that reduces energy costs, controls glass contamination, is affordable and offers the customer value for money. 

“The GlassGuard® facility to finance a well-designed lighting scheme with short payback periods offers a further dimension in that the energy savings can sometimes cover the monthly finance costs.  Therefore you end up with a better lighting system that doesn’t cost you anything. The GlassGuard® finance option allows businesses to take advantage of this now!”

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