Pieces of furniture can be expensive yet are a necessity in the household. To ensure you’re protected after the purchase warranty runs out, our furniture insurance offers cover against damage.

A largely suitable product for a range of people, even those with children may find they suffer from accidental furniture damage at some point. If the furniture is expensive, it’s a worthwhile investment to take out warranty insurance. 

Furniture warranty cover details

What’s covered
  • Staining from food/drink, cosmetic, glue, bleach dye or ink
  • Breakage or separation of frames, warping, cushion interiors, broken zips & peeling of leather
  • Accidental damage resulting in a rip/tear, scratch, scuff, burn
What’s not covered
  • Deliberate damage
  • Wear & tear
  • Accidental damage or staining from incorrect cleaning methods or products
  • Any transit damage
Optional cover
  • Brokers can tailor the level of cover
Ways to trade
  • Schemes – Build your business by offering bespoke personal lines insurance which meets your customers’ exact needs.

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Market information

UK furniture, bed and furnishings contributes £10.1 billion to the country’s GDP 1
A recent study found the average cost to furnish a brand new 3 bedroom house in England was over £15,0002
The most expensive piece of furniture ever sold in the UK was a chest of draws for £3.8m!3

1: http://britishfurnitureconfederation.org.uk/about-the-industry/, 2:http://www.nationwide.co.uk/guides/news/articles/2016/05/furnishing-your-house, 3: http://metro.co.uk/2010/12/09/harrington-commode-by-thomas-chippendale-s...