Boston MA (PRWEB) April 28, 2013
LeaseQ, one of the leading providers of equipment leasing and financing in the United States, is now offering leasing options on restaurant equipment. These options are designed to give new and existing restaurants access to the latest technology without unnecessary expenditure of capital.
The National Restaurant Association estimates that the restaurant industry averaged $1.7 billion in sales each day over the last year, and much of that success is due to restaurant establishments being properly equipped with the commercial kitchen equipment that they need to be able to operate efficiently.
Commercial restaurant equipment leasing plays a vital role when it comes to helping restaurants provide the most effective and efficient kitchen and serving operations. Restaurant owners now have the ability to qualify for a number of leasing options designed to address their establishment’s specific needs. Leasing allows a business owner to have access to a wide array of equipment, as well as being able to upgrade to newer technology as it becomes available. Leasing also means less cash up front, which frees capital for other projects such as expansion, new menu items, or the hiring of additional staff.
The application process may be done online and only takes about 2 minutes. Approvals are almost immediate and LeaseQ may be used repeatedly with no negative impact on the applicant’s personal credit.
LeaseQ also works with Dealers, the leading finance company for the restaurant industry. This allows for the broadest possible range of services designed to benefit business owners looking to lease kitchen equipment.
The LeaseQ leasing programs are designed to help promote and boost sales, improve customer satisfaction, and make long term customers by working to get them in the door and providing a first rate dining experience.
Based in Boston MA, LeaseQ is one of the leading providers of restaurant equipment leasing and financing in the country, with options for small startup projects as well as large scale chains.