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Renting provides an affordable and flexible
alternative to buying a Washing Machine, Tumble dryer, Washer dryer, Fridge freezer or cooker and avoids up front costs and the need to get into debt or inflexible payment plans.
At AZRental you rent the items you need immediately. Our rental plans enable you to better manage your budget and save, while enjoying the household items you want NOW!
So maybe it’s an extra TV for the bedroom, your washing machine is old and needs replacing, or you simply want to upgrade your lifestyle with great quality appliances without
large upfront costs. In all of these scenarios, renting makes sense and enables you to make your Pounds go further while staying in control.
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AZ Rental provides fast
free easy delivery, direct to you in Princes Risborough
and surrounding areas.
Our helpful delivery staff will install and set up your Washing
Machine, Tumble Dryer, Electric Cooker, fridge freezer free of
charge. All of our items at AZ Rental are maintained and tested
before they are delivered. However, If any of your rental items
are faulty or break down during your rental term, through no fault
of your own, we will call to you and repair or replace the item
free of charge. No stress, no fuss.
A dishwasher has now become one of the most important components of today’s modern kitchen and some they that the dishwasher is as important as the washing machine, not only does it save you loads of time washing and drying is also cleans and sanitises your plates and cookware far better that you can do by hand. It is also more efficient and uses a lot less water than a conventional hand wash.
Whether it a basic TV or Curved, Flat Screen , High Definition, Ultra High Definition or Super Ultra High definition television we at AZRental can supply it. All televisions are installed by our fully qualified professional installation personnel. We supply major brands such as Samsung, LG, Linsar and others.
With AZ Rental Princes Risborough
, the convenience of acquiring appliances whether it be Washing Machine Rental, Tumble Dryer Rental Cooker Rental or TV Rental for your home has never been easier! Simply select the items you want from our website and complete our fast and easy online application form. We will call you and arrange the rest. Our credit checking policy is quick and easy, and there is no need for a perfect credit history.
We at AZRental Princes Risborough
stock Washing Machines, Tumble Dryers, Washer Dryers ranging from 5kg to 10Kg load capacity 1000 rpm to 1600 rpm at great prices starting from our budget range to our very latest flagship models.
We Supply and install Zanussi, Bosch, indesit, and Hoover Washer dryers.
We at AZRental Princes Risborough
are your one stop shop for renting Laundry and Visual Equipment. Whether you simply prefer to rent a washing machine, Tumble dryer, cooker, television for your home or you want to rent short term for an event or because your equipment is in storage etc., we are here to help. We can also help customers who require commercial equipment.
We supply and rent out Electric Cookers. We stock single oven cookers with solid plate hobs and also stock ceramic hob electric cookers with fanned main oven and double oven versions with timer. We stock Beko, Belling, new world and other reputable makes.
We Supply Vented and condenser tumble dryers for rental with varying specifications. Ask about our latest heat pump dryer that has an energy rating of A+++ and dryers your clothes at approximately half the cost of conventional dryers that at best dry at energy rating B.
Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer, rental makes sense partly because what ever goes wrong with your Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer, you can be assured of a quick no fuss Repair Service which is backed by our fully qualified Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer, engineers. We regulary visit the Princes Risborough
Area making it easy for our washing machine repair engineers to sort any problem out quick. Leave all the lugging about of these heavy items to us at AZrental. For just one month rental down we will call to your home and deliver and install the Rental Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer, and show you how to use it. Repair Service is one of the main things that we pride ourselves on. Obviously there is no capital cost of buying a Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer, and no need to take out expensive Repair Service agreements as we take care of all the Repair Service arrangements, if the machine becomes not repairable then we will replace it more or less immediately so to cause you the customer as least fuss as possible. We supply a varied range of high quality Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer,s so why not Check out our Laundry Offers We have.
We have taken a considerable amount of time choosing the right products for the job. we not only supply Rental Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Washer Dryer, Fridge Freezer,s but also Rental Washer dryers, Rental Condenser and Vented tumble dryers, Rental Refrigeration and Rental TVs and rental digital recorders. We Supply Bosch, Zanussi Hotpoint etc..
All our rental contracts are covered with our full
maintenance service and swap out if needed enabling you to have peace of mind while renting from us.
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Useful information about Princes Risborough
Princes Risborough is a small town in Buckinghamshire, England, about 9 miles south of Aylesbury and 8 miles north west of High Wycombe. Bledlow lies to the west and Monks Risborough to the east. It lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, at the north end of a gap or pass through the Chilterns, the south end of which is at West Wycombe. The A4010 road follows this route from West Wycombe through the town and then on to Aylesbury. Historically it was both a Manor and an ecclesiastical parish, of the same extent as the Manor, which comprised the present eccledsiatical parish of Princes Risborough (excluding Ilmer) and also the present ecclesiastical parish of Lacey Green, which became a separate parish in the 19th century. It was long and narrow (a "strip parish"), taking in land below the Chiltern scarp, the slope of the scarp itself and also land above the scarp extending into the Chiltern hills. The manor and the parish extended from Longwick in the north through Alscot, the town of Princes Risborough, Loosley Row and Lacey Green to Speen and Walters Ash in the south. Since 1934 the civil parish of Princes Risborough (formerly the same as the ecclesiastical parish) has included the town of Princes Risborough, the village of Monks Risborough (but not the outlying parts) and part of Horsenden but has excluded Longwick. It is within the Wycombe district of Buckinghamshire and operates as a town council within Wycombe district. The town is overlooked by the Whiteleaf Cross, carved in the chalk of the hillside, though the cross itself is in Monks Risborough. The name 'Risborough' meant 'brushwood-covered hills' and comes from two Old English words: hrisen, which was an adjective meaning brushwood-covered derived from hris meaning brushwood or scrub, and beorg which meant hill. The plural forms are hrisenan beorgas. The spelling in the various documents where the name is found is, as usual, very variable. In the 13th century it is found as Magna Risberge (Great Risborough), distinguished from Parva (Little) Risberge which was Monks Risborough, and later as Earls Risborough and, finally, when the manor came to be held by Edward Prince of Wales (son of Edward III and later to be known as the Black Prince), as Princes Risborough.[ At the time of the Domesday survey in 1086 this was a royal manor held by the king, having been a village of King Harold before the conquest. It was part of the Hundred of Risborough, which also comprised Bledlow, Horsenden and (Monks) Risborough. It was assessed at 30 hides both before and after the conquest, of which 20 hides related to the demesne. The manor had land for 24 ploughs, four of them in the lord's demesne. There were 30 villagers and they together with 12 bordars (cottagers or small holders) had 20 ploughs. There were 3 slaves. There were 2 mills, worth 14s 8d a year, meadow for 7 ploughteams (generally taken as needing 8 oxen each) and woodland sufficient for 1,000 pigs. In total it paid £47 a year in white silver, less 16d. Before 1066 it only paid £10 at face value (i.e. without weighing the coins). Furthermore a burgess of Oxford paid 2s and a saltboiler of Droitwich an amount left blank. A freeman held 3 virgates and had the right to sell his land, though it was said that he served the sheriff. The persons mentioned would have been only the heads of families, and so the total population of the manor (on the usual reckoning of 4.5 persons per family) would have been in the region of 200 people. Before the Norman Conquest Risborough had been held by King Harold and afterwards it formed part of the lands of the new King, William the Conqueror. As a royal manor it could be used by the King to make financial provision for members of the royal family or others whom he might wish to reward. In the 12th century it was held by Walter Giffard, the 2nd Earl of Buckingham, but reverted to the Crown on his death in 1164. It was then granted to the Constable of Normandy, Robert de Humeto, who obtained a charter from King Henry II, and remained in his family until about 1242. King Henry III then granted the Manor to Richard, Earl of Cornwall (2nd son of King John), succeeded by his son, Edward, who died in 1300, when it escheated to the Crown. King Edward I in 1302/05 granted it to Queen Margaret for her life, subject to the rights of Margaret, Countess of Cornwall, in one third part for life as part of her dower. King Edward II gave the reversion (subject to these life interests) to his unpopular favourite, Piers Gaveston, and his wife, but this grant was surrendered in the same year. Queen Margaret died in 1316. In 1327, when Edward III succeeded to the throne at the age of fifteen, he granted the Manor for life to his mother, Queen Isabella for her services during his father’s reign. The King’s brother, John, Earl of Cornwall, also had an interest for a time. After the death of the Queen-mother it was held by Henry de Ferrers until his death in 1344. The King then granted the Manor to his eldest son, Edward Prince of Wales, known later (though not during his lifetime) as the Black Prince. He was 14 years of age in 1344 and he held the Manor for 32 years until his death in 1376. Edward III did not die until 1377 and the Prince never became King. It was during this period that the Manor became known as Princes Risborough. On the death of the Black Prince the Manor passed to his son, Richard of Bordeaux, who became King Richard II in the following year. He granted it to Lewis de Clifford who held it for his life, when it reverted to King Henry IV, who then in turn granted it to his son Henry, Prince of Wales, who became King Henry V in 1413. It then passed to Henry VI and was part of the dower of his Queen, Margaret of Anjou. Later it was held by his son, Edward, and then appears to have remained vested in the Crown until Edward VI granted it to his half-sister, the Princess (later Queen) Elizabeth for her life. Subsequently James I held it and it formed part of the dower of his Queen, Anne of Denmark. Later again it was held by Prince Charles, later King Charles I, who in 1628 sold it to the City of London in part satisfaction of the large debts of the Crown. Thus, after more than 600 years, the Manor’s long connection with the Crown of England finally came to an end. Subsequently the manor was bought and sold in the market and changed hands from time to time but its later manorial history is only a record of commercial transactions