Welder Equipment Financing Options & Leasing

In order to keep up with the changing needs of modern metalworking, your welding equipment needs to keep up, too. But small- and medium-sized businesses don't always have tens of thousands of dollars lying around to replace or upgrade their machinery. That's why has partnered with Affirm, FastTrak, and many others to offer competitive and attractive welder leasing and financing options. Being able to buy a welder on payments instead of finding all the cash up front gives your business more flexibility in terms of credit availability, working capital, equipment choices and more. This helps you stay on the forefront of welding technology and business growth.

A number of leasing plans are available to best fit your business needs. Scroll down this pages to see options for trading in equipment at the end of the lease, buying it out for a fixed amount, making seasonal payments, deferring payments and much more. offers many ways that a business can still do welder financing with bad credit or no credit history. Nearly 80 percent of U.S. companies choose to lease equipment, and you can experience the same benefits with our personalized service and fast processing. Get a quote today!

Get the ball rolling by filling out a quick lease quote form or call us at 877-532-9353!

Advantages of Leasing Welding Equipment

  • Credit Availability - Leasing preserves your lines of credit. Save your bank borrowing capacity for other needs or emergencies.
  • Conserve Working Capital - Get the equipment and technology you need today while spreading your payments over time. Capital budgets can be used for other business expenses and more productive operational uses.
  • Flexibility - Leasing allows your business to grow or change with the tide quickly, without large up-front costs.
  • Obsolescence becomes Obsolete - With leasing, when your term is over, you have the option to purchase your equipment, trade it in or return it outright. Keep your business at the forefront of your industry through leasing.
  • Tax Advantages - For most leases, businesses can deduct monthly lease payments. The benefits and amount changes annually, so you should consult your tax advisor for more information on IRS Section 179.
  • Budget Friendly - Leased equipment can create income for your business that far exceeds the cost of your monthly lease payment.
  • No Down Payment Required - Unlike some loan programs, you can finance 100% of your equipment, and include additional costs such as software, shipping, installation, maintenance and training.
  • Fixed Monthly Payments - Leasing allows you to use equipment you need, for as long as you need it, with a fixed monthly payment.
  • Choose Payments and Terms - You know how much your business can afford to spend on your new equipment. With leasing you can pick the best payment solution for your business.

Why Lease Welding Equipment with Us? 

  • We're fast - With an application processing turnaround of two hours or less, you won't have to wait days to get the equipment you need now.
  • Finance more than just your equipment - When you lease equipment you don't just get a machine, you often also have hardware, software, delivery costs, installation, implementation, ongoing maintenance and training. Often times, these leasing companies allow you to include those additional costs into the cost of your equipment so that you can afford the total package.
  • You get one point of contact - The Single Point of Contact system means no runaround, and no wasted time. Your representative will be able to answer all of your questions, give you leasing details, and even help you with future leases.
  • We make things easier - Competitive rates and one-page lease documents keep things stress-free.

Leasing Plans Available

Standard Lease Plans:

  • Fair Market Value - This plan offers the most options both during and at the end of the lease term for those worried about obsolescence or wanting a small security deposit and a relatively low monthly payment. At the end of the lease term, you have three options: extend the term of the lease, return the equipment, or buy it at its fair market value.
  • 10% Security Deposit - Because this program offers the lowest monthly payment, it is especially attractive to those who can afford to pay a 10% security deposit of the lease amount at the beginning of the lease. End-of-lease options still apply. Use the deposit to extend the lease or return the equipment and request the refunded deposit.
  • 10% Purchase Option - This plan offers the customer a fixed purchase option at the end of the lease term. Upon final payment, the customer can continue to lease the equipment, return the equipment, or buy it at 10% of the original equipment cost.
  • $1.00 Buy Out - For those who are fairly certain they wish to purchase the equipment at the end of the lease term, this is the recommended plan. Once the lease term expires, the equipment is simply purchased for $1.00.

Specialized Lease Plans:

  • Step Up Lease Plan - Newer businesses benefit from lower payments at the start of the lease. Payments gradually increase over the life of the lease.
  • Seasonal Lease Plan - Some businesses experience interrupted cash flow due to the seasonal nature of their business. This plan allows these businesses to make payments only during the months the business is operating.
  • Zero Down Lease Plan - Customers can take possession of their equipment with no down payment and a deferred first payment.
  • Deferred Payment Plan - This plan allows a customer to begin payment of the lease 60-90 days after taking possession of the equipment

Customized Lease Plans: *Credit approval is is required prior to the application.

  • Bakers Dozen* - Your total lease is divided into 13 monthly payments.
  • 6 months Same as Cash* - This option allows you to pay off your lease in the first 6 months or convert to a Standard Lease Plan at the end of 6 months.
  • 0% Interest* - The first 12 payments on your lease are offered at 0% interest. Additional payments on your lease will follow the terms set forth in a standard lease.