Hear about our impact from existing clients

Filter by loan type

Case Study

From an inaccessible shower and rotten bathroom, to a joyous and safe place to be!

Park home owner, Mrs J has osteoarthritis and osteoporosis. With a rotten bathroom floor and an inaccessible step in the shower, her home was unsafe and her arthritis meant it was unsuitable for her needs.

Read the case study

Case Study

First the bathroom, then the kitchen… “Modern and spacious”

Mr. and Mrs. M already had a loan with Lendology for a bathroom refit. They knew exactly where to go when they needed help funding a new kitchen.

Read the case study

Case Study

From old farmhouse to contemporary living space

Honiton homeowner, Mrs. C approached us during lockdown for a loan to redo her kitchen as part of a much larger renovation.

Read the case study

Case Study

Hello new windows, farewell high energy bills

Mr. H, a homeowner in the Chew Valley desperately needed to replace his old, single glazed windows. His windows hadn’t been replaced for years, they were letting in a draught and his energy bills were soaring.

Read the case study

Case Study

Helping homeowners to feel safe and secure in their homes

Okehampton homeowner, Mrs A didn’t know where to turn when her roof begun badly leaking. The roof needed minor works to stop water ingress and her chimney needed repairing.

Read the case study

Case Study

Keeping warm in the Winter

Mrs W, a Bristol homeowner, applied to the scheme when her boiler broke. Without a boiler, throughout the tough winter months, she was struggling to keep warm and as a result, suffered in lots of pain.

Read the case study

Case Study

Bringing an empty Grade II* listed building from the 15th century back to life

The empty property needed various structural repairs, lime plastering throughout the house, new windows, insulation, new and updated central heating and bathroom renovation.

Read the case study

Case Study

Park Home repaired for Winter

The walls were bulging, the external ply was rotten and rust from old nails was staining the current panelled walls. Ms R was concerned that she couldn’t afford to fix these issues and another rainy season would leave the home even more vulnerable.

Read the case study

Case Study

Fire damage in South Somerset

Mrs C arrived home one day to her house ablaze and firefighters on the scene. The entire house and contents were ruined; the walls were down to the brick, toilets were melted, and all electrics, gas and plumbing were wrecked.

Read the case study

Case Study

Converting an old empty barn to a stunning home revival

Mr H bought a derelict barn in Williton that had previously been used for industrial purposes. His intention was to restore the old barn into a beautiful home, but once he set about the conversion it was clear there was a lot more to do than first thought.

Read the case study

Case Study

Renovating an inherited property

Having inherited a property in the South West which was uninhabitable, Chris and his sister Julie were not having any luck trying to sell up. They were facing the burden of a long-term empty property and were nearing the time limit for paying extra council tax which was worrying them.

Read the case study

Case Study

Safer, warmer, happier – Colin’s story

When he lost his parents some time ago, he inherited the house and lived there alone, but Colin didn’t want to move as the house held many fond memories and he also had some great friends nearby as well as good local facilities in the area.

Read the case study

Case Study

Reassurance and affordable repayments for roof repairs

Miss P, 62, of Kingsbridge bought her home in 1994 when she was working full time. In the last few years her health has deteriorated meaning she was unable to continue working and her income reduced dramatically.

Read the case study

Subscribe to our newsletter

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

  • Trustpilot