How Brighte works
3 simple steps to make sustainable and comfortable homes more affordable for everyday Australians.Show me how
Step 1: Get a quote
First, we'll connect you with our network of trusted tradies to get quotes. Have a chat with them, and once you’re satisfied, get your finances pre-approved by Brighte in 2 minutes.
Step 2: Lock in a date
Now that you've been connected with one of our accredited tradies - next up is booking a date for installation. Some times of year are busier than others, so this part usually needs a little flexibility.
Once the work is complete, Brighte pays your tradie in full.
Step 3: Start saving
You’re good to go! Fortnightly repayments kick-off. We'll notify you in advance before each payment.
The average Brighte customer saves over $1000 annually on their electric bill.* This can offset your repayments in a big way.
What's the catch?
We get this a lot. The only fee we charge on our 0% Interest Payment Plan is $1.50/weekly account keeping fee.
If you miss a payment, there's a late fee of $4.99 (but these are capped at $49.90/year). If you need to adjust your plan for hardship or any other reason, call us up. Our friendly customer support team is available 7 days a week on 1300-BRIGHTE.
We have a mutually beneficial relationship with our network of trusted tradies. They don't have the hassle of chasing up customers for payment. They should never charge you more just for using finance either.
The average Brighte customer saves over $1000 annually on their electric bill.*
We’ve approved over $1.3 billion in finance for 110,000 Australian households
Less than 1% of Brighte’s revenue is from late payment fees.
*(Deloitte Access Economics - Brighte Consumer and Vendor Study 2019)
Ready to get started?
First, we'll help you find some trusted tradies to give you a quote.
Acknowledgement of Country
Brighte acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of our land - Australia. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to the elders past, present and emerging. The Gadigal of the Eora Nation are the traditional custodians of the land on which Brighte’s office stands.