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Specialists in Scaffolding Financing

As a reliable and seasoned commercial finance brokerage operating in the UK, we recognize the distinct financial requirements of the scaffolding industry. Whether you’re a scaffolding contractor, supplier, or service provider, Fundur is dedicated to guiding you through the realm of scaffolding finance. Our customized financial offerings are meticulously crafted to bolster your ventures and empower your Scaffolding business for optimal growth.

Reliable & Personable Brokers

Reliable brokers, that you can trust.

At Fundur, we boast a team of proficient financial specialists specialising in commercial scaffolding enterprises, available to provide unwavering assistance. Our team possesses a profound understanding of the intricacies, regulations, and financial hurdles unique to the scaffolding industry.

  • Asset Finance
  • Scaffolding Equipment Finance
  • Construction Equipment Financing
  • Project Development Loans
  • Bridging Finance for Construction Projects
  • Construction Invoice Factoring
  • Working Capital Loans for Contractors

Our commercial finance brokers are dedicated to finding the right financial solutions that align with your scaffolding projects.


Scaffolding equipment financing experts

Not your typical finance arrangement – We allow YOU to align YOUR business with your favoured lenders from a vast range of indicative lender appetite.

Though technology driven, Fundur is backed by a dedicated team of knowledgeable construction finance brokers, of which has contributed to our outstanding reputation for arranging funding where others fail.

Our process is quick & simple

How does Scaffolding finance work?

1. Complete our form and confirm your requirements.

Using our very easy-to-use business finance application form, you simply complete the required information.

2. Application sent to underwriting for approval and terms agreed.

A Fundur Finance Expert will give you a call to confirm the success of your application.

3. See the funds released

Money is paid out, and now it’s time to start growing your business and use your new capital.

We love success stories

Once your new capital is paid out to you, let’s not leave it there. Keep in touch and we will build a success story around your journey.

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Scaffolding Funding FAQs

How long does it take to get approved for construction financing?2023-08-29T16:29:50+01:00

The approval process for construction financing is designed to be efficient and timely. Depending on the complexity of your project and the amount of funding required, you can typically expect a loan decision within 1 to 2 weeks after submitting a complete application. We understand the urgency of construction projects and work diligently to ensure a swift approval process.

Do you provide financing for both small and large construction companies?2023-08-29T16:29:13+01:00

We are committed to supporting construction businesses of all sizes, from small contractors to large construction firms. We offer scalable financing solutions to accommodate the diverse needs and budgets of construction companies. Our goal is to help you grow and succeed, regardless of your business’s size.

What are the eligibility requirements for construction financing?2023-08-29T16:28:27+01:00

Eligibility requirements for construction financing may include factors such as your business’s creditworthiness, financial stability, and the specific project details. We understand that each construction project is unique, so our financial advisors will work closely with you to determine the eligibility criteria that best fit your circumstances.

What types of construction projects can Fundur finance?2023-08-29T16:27:30+01:00

Fundur offers financing solutions for a wide range of construction projects, including residential, commercial, industrial, and infrastructure projects. Whether you need funds for purchasing heavy machinery, covering labour costs, or managing project-related expenses, we can customise a financing plan to suit your construction business’s specific needs.

Hard Assets

What Is Hard Asset Finance?

Hard assets refer to physical or tangible assets that have intrinsic value and can be seen, touched, or quantified. These assets have a physical presence and typically represent something of value that can be owned, used, or traded. Some common examples of hard assets include:

  • Real Estate: Land, buildings, residential or commercial properties.

  • Machinery & Equipment: Manufacturing equipment, vehicles, tools.

  • Natural Resources: Oil, gas, minerals, timer.

  • Precious Metals: Gold, silver, platinum.

  • Infrastructure: Bridges, roads, power plants.

Hard assets are often considered more straightforward to evaluate and measure their worth since their value is based on physical characteristics and market demand. They can provide a store of value and serve as a hedge against inflation.

Get funding from £10,000 to £20M

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Our new to market technology aligns your business’s pros, cons and key performance indicators within our seamless decision process allowing access to the most cost effective and efficient funding available across the UK lending panel.

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The Benefits

How Asset Finance Can Help You

Preservation of Cash Flow

Instead of making a large upfront payment to purchase an asset outright, asset finance allows businesses to acquire the necessary equipment or assets while preserving their cash flow. It enables them to spread the cost over time through regular payments, making it easier to manage their working capital and allocate funds to other critical areas of the business.

Access To Equipment

Asset finance allows for the latest equipment & technologies without significant upfront costs. This is particularly beneficial in industries where equipment becomes quickly outdated or requires regular upgrades. By leasing or financing assets, businesses can stay competitive and maintain operational efficiency by using modern, high-quality equipment.

Flexibility & Customisation

Asset finance offers flexibility in terms of repayment structures and contract terms. Lenders often provide tailored solutions to match the specific needs and cash flow patterns of businesses. This allows borrowers to choose repayment schedules, such as monthly, quarterly, or seasonal payments, that align with their revenue generation cycles and business requirements.

Preservation of Credit Lines

Opting for asset finance helps businesses preserve their existing credit lines, such as bank loans or lines of credit, for other purposes. By not tying up their credit capacity in purchasing assets, businesses can maintain financial flexibility and have access to credit when needed for operational expenses, expansion, or unforeseen circumstances.

Tax Benefits

Depending on the jurisdiction and specific regulations, advantages can be provided. Lease payments are often treated as operating expenses, which may be tax-deductible, reducing the overall tax liability for the business. It’s important to consult with professionals or accountants to understand the specific tax implications and benefits applicable to your situation.

Risk Mitigation

In some cases, asset finance arrangements can include maintenance and servicing contracts, providing businesses with additional peace of mind. This can help mitigate the risks associated with asset ownership, as the responsibility for repairs, maintenance, and equipment obsolescence may be transferred to the lessor or financing company.

Overall, asset finance offers businesses and individuals the ability to acquire and utilize necessary assets while managing their cash flow effectively, accessing up-to-date equipment, and maintaining financial flexibility. It’s crucial to carefully evaluate the terms, costs, and conditions of asset finance options to ensure they align with the specific needs and financial objectives of the borrower.

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