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Why choose CCS?

As the UK’s only truly independent provider of home improvement finance, we’ll ensure you have access to the best choice of lenders & the most competitive rates available.  We pride ourselves on being the experts in the market – so we really understand the needs of your business. We’ll work with you to create an effective credit strategy that not only delivers more business, but also ensures customers are always treated fairly & ethically.

100% Satisfaction

of clients are satisfied or
very satisfied with CCS

Who we work with

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dunraven
dmdesign
sehbac
strachan
sehbac
eyg
pennine
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sigma3
crsmith
coral
first
jacuzzi
ultraframe
avanti
safestyle
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kutchenhaus


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