Wine Storage Solutions

Wine Coolers See Before You Buy

There is a shocking difference in the quality of wine coolers on the market at the moment which is why we encourage you to see a wine cooler before buying.

We try to show you the quality of our Vin Garde wine coolers by displaying large high resolution images on our website and by also displaying a selection of wine coolers from the Vin Garde range in various locations around the UK.

You are also very welcome to visit our wine coolers showroom in the Oxfordshire town of Chipping Norton at the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds.

Our current display includes Vin Garde Wine Coolers, the Teca M wine display cabinet, the Cavispace and Espace walk in wine cellars, a selection of our solid oak wine racking – plus our unmistakable signature Wine Wall with solid oak racking.

Appointments – Our showroom is open from Monday to Friday, and can also assist you at weekends (by appointment).

Call us on 01608 645 083 and let us know when you’d like to visit. We look forward to hearing from you.

Vin Garde Pommard Wine Cooler

Single Temperature Wine Cabinets or Multi Temperature Wine Cabinets

New for 2019 A new range of Vin Garde Wine Coolers supplied exclusively to the UK from Wine Storage Solutions Ltd.


Transtherm wine storage cabinets from Groupe Eurocave of France are available in 3 different formats – Single temperature, 3-temperature and multi-temperature and customers sometimes cannot decide which best suits their requirements.

It is a common misconception that different types of wine should be cellared at different temperatures – not so. All wines should be cellared at around 12 degrees Celsius. This will allow all types of wine – red, white, champagne etc, to reach perfect maturity and once there, to stay in peak condition for as long as possible.

Single temperature wine cabinets
Single temperature wine cabinets are designed to keep all wines at the same temperature, usually 12 degrees Celsius, cellar temperature. With Transtherm single temperature cabinets, the temperature can be set at any temperature between 6 – 18 degrees Celsius. This is to allow a restauranteur to keep all whites/champagnes at 6 degrees or all reds at 17 degrees – serving temperatures but it is important to note that it has to be one or the other temperature as only 1 temperature can be set.

The 3-temperature wine cabinet
The 3-temperature wine cabinet ‘Castel’ has 3 different temperature zones:- A compartment at the top which allows up to 11 reds to be kept at 17 degrees Celsius A compartment at the bottom which allows up to 17 whites to be kept at 7 degrees The large central area which is for storing reds and whites at cellar temperature – 12 degrees Celsius.

Multi-temperature wine cabinets
Multi-temperature wine cabinets are open-plan, like the single-temperature cabinets, but the temperature within is 7 degrees Celsius at the bottom, graduating to 17 degrees at the top. The idea is to keep all types of wine at their respective perfect serving temperatures. This has been more popular in France and some other European countries than in the UK where I find restauranteurs prefer only 2 temperatures – 6 degrees for the whites and 17 degrees for the reds.

The Best Wine Cabinets for Storing Wine at Home

We are quite often asked what the difference is between the cheaper, budget range wine cabinets seen on on numerous websites and the wine cabinets that Wine Storage Solutions provide.

The clue is in our name “Storage” – cheaper, budget wine cabinets are fine for keeping a few bottles in that you will be drinking soon buy if you require a cabinet for storing wine at home then you really need to look at the better wine storage cabinets or walk in wine cellars.

Wine should be stored at approximately a steady 12 degrees, humidity should be kept between 50 – 80%, out of harmful sunlight and in a vibration free environment.

If you do not have an underground wine cellar you can replicate the ideal cellar conditions with modular walk in cellars or with a high quality temperature and humidity controlled wine cooler, wine fridge or wine cabinet.

These specialist wine coolers and wine cabinets should not be mistaken for cheaper models now advertised in numerous places as they are often not designed for long term wine storage.

Established in 2005, Wine Storage Solutions Ltd offers a range of wine storage equipment dedicated to creating ideal conditions for the storage and serving of fine wines.

How to Create a Wine Room at Home

Before you create a home wine room you need to decide what is the main purpose of it.

  • Is your priority to create a functional wine room in your home for long term wine storage in cellar like conditions.
  • Is your priority to create an aesthetically pleasing wine room in your home for displaying and showcasing your wine collection.
  • Do you want a combination of both, where your wine collection is stored in cellar like conditions but is also on display with some bottles at a near serving condition.

Whatever type of wine room you are creating the fundamentals are the same

What to look out for when creating a home wine room

Perhaps you’ve always dreamt of creating your own wine room at home – but have never gone ahead because your home doesn’t support the delicate temperature and humidity levels required to keep wine at its best.

What you might not realise is that by using wine cellar cooling equipment – alongside insulating material and insulated cellar doors – any space can be transformed into a professional wine room in your home.

Functional Modular Self Contained Wine Rooms

For large volume capacity requirements we propose our Espace Walk-in Wine Room and Cavispace Walk-in Wine Room. These self-contained wine rooms are made from aluminium-backed insulated panels which can be assembled in almost any space. A Monobloc cellar conditioner regulates the temperature to 12 or 13 degrees Celsius – ideal cellar temperature for storing reds and whites long-term. No plumbing or drainage is required, only a 13-amp power supply. Capacity from 600 – 4140 bottles.

Espace Walk-in Wine Room
Espace Home Wine Room
A revolutionary self-contained wine room for the home, the Espace walk in wine room is supplied with wine racking, lighting and a cellar conditioning unit which has both heating and cooling functions. This makes it suitable for installation in any weatherproof location with a normal domestic power supply (eg. garage, outhouse).

Cavispace Walk-in Wine Room
Cavispace Walk in Wine rooms for the home
With sturdy construction, lighting and practical shelving for up to 600 bottles/24 cases, it’s easy to keep your wine organised. Plus, as the Cavispace is supplied with a self-contained Koolspace monobloc cellar cooler, no drainage, pipework or water supply is required to safeguard your special bottles for long-term storage.

Home Wine Rooms for Storing and Displaying Wine

The Wine Wall is an elegant and eye-catching glass-fronted, illuminated, temperature-controlled wine display cabinet and is available in standard racking or bespoke solid oak racking options. The cooling unit above is concealed by a decorative screen to the front and sides.

The Wine Wall models are assembled from insulated panels, which means they can be installed in almost any location and make ideal wine rooms.

Not only a flagship feature for any luxury location, the Wine Wall is also a heavyweight option for wine storage, with temperature control performed via the cooling unit concealed behind a decorative screen.

Constructing Home Wine Rooms

If the modular wine room or wine display cabinet are not to your liking we can partition of a section of your room, insulate the walls, provide insulated doors, conditioning equipment, etc. and construct a completely bespoke wine room in your home

Please contact us for further information.

Visit Our Oxfordshire Wine Storage Showroom to see;
Espace wine room Walk in wine room Insulated wine rooms Wine room for garages Wine rooms at home
Home wine room Self contained wine room, modular wine room for the home

What to look for when choosing a wine cabinet

Insulation

The key to a good wine cabinet is to ensure that it is insulated as well as possible. The better the insulation, the less the compressor will start and the less it will burn the humidity inside.

Contrary to popular belief, a wine cabinet does not produce humidity, but a good wine cabinet will be designed to avoid drying it.


Air Circulation & Hygrometry
choosing a wine cabinet All wine cabinets have a natural ventilation system using the principle of the thermodynamic pump. This system not only offers good air circulation of permanently renewed air (hot air rises, cold air drops), it also guarantees good hygrometry, whereby the air is humid when entering the cabinet.

This exclusive process which, by heating the condensed water, allows the introduction of humid air within the cabinet and considerably increases the hygrometry (values between 55 and 80%).

NB: When installing your cabinet, it is important to pour the equivalent of one glass of water onto the floor of the cabinet to activate the process.

By using the thermodynamic pump principle for the air circulation, this also means that there are no consumables, such as charcoal filters, found in more and more competitor’s products. With filters costing between £25 and £35, to be changed twice a year, this represents an economy of £500 to £700 over 10 years.


Embossed Aluminium Walls
The walls of a Prestige range are all made of embossed aluminium, allowing a better distribution of the temperature inside the cabinet, aluminium being a conductor.

It guarantees a good homogeneity of temperature inside the wine cabinet and offers a low gradient of temperature.

The embossing retains the humidity, which prevents the water from flowing too rapidly down the walls and out to the back draining tank.


Heating Element
All wine coolers have a heating element inside. If the cabinet is located in an unheated room – garage, outhouse etc, where the temperature at various times of year will drop to below the required temperature, the heating element would start up to stabilize the temperature. This is what we named the defrosting cycle.

For example: for a temperature set at 12°C, if the temperature drops by 1,5° (10,5°C), the heating element switches on to increase to the set temperature.

The performance of our wine cabinets are guaranteed, even with a low external temperature (from 0°C/ 32°F). It is not the case for the other manufacturers brands.

This heating element offers a defrosting cycle when necessary.


Steel Frame

Embedded in the insulation, the steel frame prevents any risk of distortion of the body of the wine cabinet (200 bottles weigh 270 kg).
Anti-Vibration

To reduce vibration from spreading as much as possible, the evaporator is embedded within high density polyurethane foam.
Alarms

All cabinets offer a visual alarm when there is a temperature defect.

Compressor
All Transtherm wine cabinets have an “Embraco” compressor. Embraco is one of the best in terms of sustainability and one of the quietest on the market.


Low Energy Consumption

The Prestige range wine cabinets combine technology, performance and environmental protection, offering 67% less energy consumption compared to the previous models.
Thanks to:

• High insulation foam thickness
• Specific evaporator
• New generation of compressor

Aging Beer in Wine Cabinets – Does Aging Improve Beer

I’ve read some interesting articles recently about improving beer by aging, preserving beer, storing beer, etc.

I’ve never really thought about treating beer like wine before and tend to just buy it as I consume it.

I would love to know though, do certain beers improve with aging?
Should beer be stored in a similar way to wine?

If anyone has any views on beer aging please comment below

Also, if you are a keen beer enthusiast who stores and ages their beer, would one of our luxury wine cabinets be suitable for storing quality beers in?

Specialist Wine Cabinets for Wine Storage

You may have noticed a vast price range difference when looking at wine cabinets, much of which can be explained when you look closer at the models.

There has been a recent influx of budget models which are designed more for storing a small quantity of bottles in near ready to drink condition.

These models should not be mistaken for the specialist wine storage cabinets that are designed to replicate wine cellar conditions and for longer term wine storage.

Things to look out for when choosing a wine cabinet

Insulation

The key to achieving a good cellar is to ensure that it is insulated as well as possible. The better the insulation, the less the compressor will start and the less it will burn the humidity inside.

Contrary to popular belief, a wine cabinet does not produce humidity, but a good cabinet will be designed to avoid drying it.

With Transtherm, the walls are nearly 7 cm thick, which is equivalent to 2,5 metres of earth or 4 metres of concrete.


Air Circulation & Hygrometry
All Transtherm wine cabinets have a natural ventilation system using the principle of the thermodynamic pump. This system not only offers good air circulation of permanently renewed air (hot air rises, cold air drops), it also guarantees good hygrometry, whereby the air is humid when entering the cabinet.

This exclusive process which, by heating the condensed water, allows the introduction of humid air within the cabinet and considerably increases the hygrometry (values between 55 and 80%).

NB: When installing your cabinet, it is important to pour the equivalent of one glass of water onto the floor of the cabinet to activate the process.

By using the thermodynamic pump principle for the air circulation, this also means that there are no consumables, such as charcoal filters, found in more and more competitor’s products. With filters costing between £25 and £35, to be changed twice a year, this represents an economy of £500 to £700 over 10 years.


Embossed Aluminium Walls
The walls of a Prestige range are all made of embossed aluminium, allowing a better distribution of the temperature inside the cabinet, aluminium being a conductor.

It guarantees a good homogeneity of temperature inside the wine cabinet and offers a low gradient of temperature.

The embossing retains the humidity, which prevents the water from flowing too rapidly down the walls and out to the back draining tank.


Heating Element
All Transtherm wine coolers have a heating element inside. If the cabinet is located in an unheated room – garage, outhouse etc, where the temperature at various times of year will drop to below the required temperature, the heating element would start up to stabilize the temperature. This is what we named the defrosting cycle.

For example: for a temperature set at 12°C, if the temperature drops by 1,5° (10,5°C), the heating element switches on to increase to the set temperature.

The performance of our wine cabinets are guaranteed, even with a low external temperature (from 0°C/ 32°F). It is not the case for the other manufacturers brands.

This heating element offers a defrosting cycle when necessary.


Steel Frame

Embedded in the insulation, the steel frame prevents any risk of distortion of the body of the wine cabinet (200 bottles weigh 270 kg).
Anti-Vibration

To reduce vibration from spreading as much as possible, the evaporator is embedded within high density polyurethane foam.
Alarms

All Transtherm cabinets offer a visual alarm when there is a temperature defect.

Compressor
All Transtherm wine cabinets have an “Embraco” compressor. Embraco is one of the best in terms of sustainability and one of the quietest on the market.


Low Energy Consumption

The Prestige range wine cabinets combine technology, performance and environmental protection, offering 67% less energy consumption compared to the previous models.
Thanks to:

• High insulation foam thickness
• Specific evaporator
• New generation of compressor

Storing Wine at Home

Wine should be stored at approximately a steady 12 degrees, humidity should be kept between 50 – 80%, out of harmful sunlight and in a vibration free environment.

If you do not have an underground wine cellar you can replicate the ideal cellar conditions with modular walk in cellars or with a high quality temperature and humidity controlled wine cooler, wine fridge or wine cabinet.

These specialist wine coolers and wine cabinets should not be mistaken for cheaper models now advertised in numerous places as they are often not designed for long term wine storage.

Established in 2005, Wine Storage Solutions Ltd offers a range of wine storage equipment dedicated to creating ideal conditions for the storage and serving of fine wines.

Storing Wine in a Garage or Outbuilding

Provided you purchase a quality walk in wine cellar, wine cabinet or wine fridge with both heating and cooling functions you can store red wines in garages or outbuildings with temperatures between 0 and 30 degrees

Espace Walk-in Wine Cellar
Espace Walk in Wine Cellar
A revolutionary self-contained wine room, the Espace walk in wine cellar is supplied with wine racking, lighting and a cellar conditioning unit which has both heating and cooling functions. This makes it suitable for installation in any weatherproof location with a normal domestic power supply (eg. garage, outhouse).

Cavispace Walk-in Wine Cellar
Cavispace Walk in Wine Cellar
With sturdy construction, lighting and practical shelving for up to 600 bottles/24 cases, it’s easy to keep your wine organised. Plus, as the Cavispace is supplied with a self-contained Koolspace monobloc cellar cooler, no drainage, pipework or water supply is required to safeguard your special bottles for long-term storage.

Wine Related Resources

Please contact us if you have a wine related website that you feel our visitors may be interested in and we will include it on this page.

UK Wine Merchants

See our list of UK Wine Merchants

Uncorked Ltd Wine Merchants

Web: https://www.uncorked.co.uk/

Address: Exchange Arcade, 175 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3WA

Uncorked is an independent wine merchant who were founded in 114 and who manage over 20,000 cases for more than 1,000 clients.

General Wine Related Resources

100 Plus Bottle Wine Cabinets

Wine Storage Solutions Ltd provide a range of 100 bottle capacity wine cabinets that are no larger than the standard upright fridge freezers found in the home

These free standing wine cabinets are the ideal solution for storing wine at home when space restrictions rule out traditional wine cellars or wine rooms

UK Wine Bloggers Share your Wine Blogging Articles

Wine Storage Solutions Limited have been involved with Wine Storage since 2005.

Are you a wine blogger with your own wine related blog or website?

Would you like to publish your wine related blog posts on this website?

Would you like to provide an extract of your wine blogging article and have us link to the full article on your website?

Would you like us to provide wine cabinet related blog posts for you to publish

Would you like to collaborate with Wine Storage Solutions Ltd.

Contact our webmaster on info@winess.co.uk for further information.

Wine Bloggers Wanted

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Freestanding Wine Cabinet or Integrated Wine Cooler

New for 2019 A new range of Vin Garde Wine Coolers supplied exclusively to the UK from Wine Storage Solutions Ltd.

200+ Bottle Wine Cabinets

Wine Storage Solutions Ltd provide a range of 200 bottle capacity wine cabinets that are no larger than the standard upright fridge freezers found in the home

These free standing wine cabinets are the ideal solution for storing wine at home when space restrictions rule out traditional wine cellars or wine rooms

See Wine Cabinets on Display in Showroom

Come and see our range of temperature & humidity controlled wine cabinets, wine display cabinets, self contained wine cellars, wine racks, cellar conditioners  and wine coolers in our Oxfordshire Wine Cabinets Showroom

 

Large Capacity Wine Cabinets

New for 2019 A new range of Vin Garde Wine Coolers supplied exclusively to the UK from Wine Storage Solutions Ltd.

Large Capacity Vin Garde Wine Coolers

Note: All Vin Garde models are also available with framed stainless steel Glass doors

Volnay Tall Wine Coolers
The Volnay
Single Temperature Wine Cooler

H1810 x W595 x D688mm
Capacity: 168 bottles*
Read more…
Vin Garde Pommard Wine Coolers
The Pommard
Dual Temperature Wine Cooler

H1810 x W595 x D688mm
Bottles Capacity – 160*
Read more…

Wine Display Cabinets – Illuminated Wine Display Cabinets

Wine Display Cabinets : The Wine Wall : Teca Vino : Teca M : Visiowine by Tastvin : The Wine Room : Parete Vino : Brera Wine Library
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There has been a glut of small, cheap wine cabinets flooding the UK market recently which are OK if you want to keep a dozen for so bottles of wine in the kitchen for weekly consumption but are not really suitable for longer term wine storage or for the wine enthusiast with a nice collection of wine but no space for a wine room or self contained wine cellar.

To solve that problem Wine Storage Solutions have a range of Large Capacity Wine Cabinets that are still compact enough for those storing wine at home.

These larger capacity wine storage cabinets can store up to 176 bottles but are no larger than your average upright fridge freezer.

All 3 or the single-temperature models are equipped with both heating and cooling function to allow them to be located in any weather-proof location which has a power supply – a garage, outhouse, barn etc.

They also have the added advantage of being extremely nice on the eye, making them not only ideal as large capacity wine storage cabinets but also lovely pieces of furniture too.

Restaurant Wine Cabinets – Wine Display Cabinets for Restaurants and Hotels

Our unique collection of temperature-controlled, illuminated wine display cabinets allows you to showcase your wine collection without compromising the conditions in which the wine is kept.

The Wine Wall models are assembled from insulated panels, which means they can be installed in almost any location.

These Luxury Wine Display Cabinets are ideal for both private individuals and hotels/restaurants who want to showcase their fine wines.

Wine Display Cabinets – Illuminated Wine Display Cabinets

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Further Information here ~ Restaurant Wine Cabinets

Wine Storage Cabinets or Wine Coolers

New for 2019 A new range of Vin Garde Wine Coolers supplied exclusively to the UK from Wine Storage Solutions Ltd.


We quite often get asked;
What is the difference between a wine cooler and a wine cabinet?

To which our reply is;
Different people use different terminologies for very similar products.

On the Wine Storage Solutions website we have two sections Wine Coolers and Wine Cabinets which we strongly recommend that people view both so as not to miss seeing the perfect solution for them.

How does Wine Storage Solution distinguish between wine coolers and wine cabinets

The main difference is the size and the intended use.

What are Wine Coolers?

Most of our wine coolers are a similar size to a household fridge and are predominantly used in the home by wine enthusiasts for storing wine in cellar like conditions. The most common configuration allows bottles to be stalled horizontally either on convenient slide out shelves or in larger capacity storage shelves.

Not only are our wine coolers designed for long term wine storage, we also have 2 temperature models and multi temperature models that have separate sections within them so that the bulk of your wine is stored in cellar like conditions but you also have the option of keeping some bottles in a near ready to serve condition (both whites and reds).

For those who not only like to store your wines in optimum conditions but also like to showcase your wines too, our wine coolers are available with exquisite glass door options and LED lighting.

It is the glass door and LED lighting that sometimes causes confusion between what we class as wine coolers and Wine Display Cabinets

What are Wine Cabinets?

A better question may be “What are Wine Display Cabinets” as most of the wine cabinets on this website are used not only for storing wine but also for displaying it.

The Wine Cabinets on our website tend to be larger than the wine coolers but not as large as our Walk-in Wine Cellars, they also tend to be used more for showcasing wine collections, either by wine enthusiasts in larger homes or by restaurants and hotels.

Most wine display cabinets have options for not only storing wine horizontally but also vertically or in some cases angled so as to display your wine collection.

Wine cabinets are temperature and humidity controlled as well as the smaller self contained wine coolers but due to their size tend to require a larger conditioning unit that is built in to the housing.

Where the different terminology causes problems is that some people may be searching for a wine cabinet when they should really be looking at our wine coolers and other people searching for wine coolers when they should really be looking at our wine cabinets.

For this reason we strongly recommend you look in both sections.

What is the Difference Between a Wine Fridge and an Ordinary Fridge

Here at Wine Storage Solutions Ltd, we are often asked questions such as;

“What is the difference between a Wine Fridge and an ordinary fridge?”

“Why buy a wine storage cabinet, rather than an ordinary fridge?”

“Why are wine fridges more expensive than standard fridges?”

“Why not just keep wine in a normal fridge rather than a wine fridge?”

Transtherm wine storage cabinets, manufactured by Groupe Eurocave of France for over 30 years, have been designed to perfectly replicate those conditions found in a traditional wine cellar – steady 12 degrees Celsius temperature, humidity 50 – 80%, dark and vibration-free.

Steady temperature
Fluctuation in temperature is wine’s worst enemy. Our cabinets maintain 12 degrees throughout (set temperature can be adjusted between 6 – 18 degrees Celsius), which is perfect for storing reds and whites long-term. There is even a heating function which ensures that the temperature remains steady at 12 degrees even if the cabinet is located in a garage or outhouse during winter months. Beware of some manufacturers who claim to employ a “Winter function” which is no more than a device to prevent the compressor from freezing.

Humidity

The thermal pump design used in Transtherm cabinets ensures that humidity is kept between 50 – 80% to ensure that the corks don’t dry out. As fresh air is introduced into the cabinet when the door is open, the moisture in the air meets the cooling plate at the rear of the cabinet. When the compressor cycle ends, the moisture falls as small water droplets and any excess is channelled through the cabinet and evaporated using the heat from the compressor. Thus a healthy humidity level is maintained within the cabinet.

Darkness
Transtherm cabinets are available in solid door and glass door options. Glass doors are now more popular than ever. The glass doors are UV-protected to ensure that no harmful sunlight will damage the wines within.

Vibration-free
The compressor is mounted on rubber shocks to prevent any vibration passing through to the cabinet. The sliding racks are mounted on rollers, creating hardly any friction and can be slid in and out with just one finger.

Transtherm wine cabinets are the most competitively priced high quality wine cabinets on the market today.

Launch of new Teca Vino Wine Display Cabinets

Wine Storage Solutions are pleased to announce the launch of their latest temperature-controlled wine display, the Teca Vino range.

Access is via the front or rear sliding, lockable glass doors. Bottles can be mounted either horizontally or at a display angle. LED lighting strips are fitted to each of the 4 corners.

Options include 2 height sizes – 1890mm or 935mm, flat or patterned frames, multiple colour finish options, a remote multi-coloured LED function and mirror-effect finish to the internal back wall and sides if the cabinet is to be placed against a wall at the rear.

Roy Wilson, Managing Director of Wine Storage Solutions Ltd, says “The Teca Vino range is a great new addition to our portfolio of wine displays. The bottles within the display are presented attractively, at perfect serving temperatures. It is a very cost-effective, practical yet glitzy solution and as such I think we will be seeing a lot of the Teca Vino in the years ahead.”.

For further information visit the Wine Storage Solutions Teca Vino Wine Display Cabinets web page.

Teca Vino Wine Display Cabinets

Leasing Options are now Available for Wine Cabinets

We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Bluestar Leasing, a capital equipment finance company.

In today’s financial climate we all understand the importance of preserving working capital, yet businesses still need to grow and regularly invest in new wine coolers and cabinets. Our new partnership with Bluestar ensures that our customers can acquire new equipment quickly, and on terms that best suits budgets and cash flow. Leasing is available to Limited companies only.

Key features of leasing with Bluestar:

Leasing is available from just £1000 + VAT
Terms from 2 – 5 years
Tax advantages
Fast credit decisions / high acceptances
Existing credit facilities remain unaffected
We pay your supplier (upon delivery/installation of the goods)
Flexibility – Upgrade, make additions or settle at any point during the term
Total solution finance – Finance the equipment, installation and services
Leasing is one of the most popular forms of financing equipment today. To find out more and request a leasing quotation please contact Bluestar directly on 01420 481500.

You can obtain indicative finance illustrations using Bluestar’s online Lease Calculator
You can also download Bluestar’s informative PDF Factsheet + FAQs


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