In a press release we issued earlier this year KAPUT warned that as many as 70% of consumers failed to appreciate the way in which warranty insurance works and that the age group most likely to have this gap in their knowledge are 45 to 54 year olds.
Domestic freezers are notorious for the amount of energy they consume. If you are looking for ways of protecting the investment you made in the purchase of your freezer, there are two important ways of going about it:
Whether you are about to buy a new or second hand appliance, you might want to consider the benefits of an entirely separate, standalone form of domestic appliance breakdown insurance.
It seems that the only way is up for energy bills. Any tips and suggestions for saving money on those electricity costs is likely to be warmly received – so here are just a few:
You may be asking yourself if an extended appliance warranty is worth the money. If suddenly faced with a breakdown of an appliance, and after getting a quote for a repair, you may realise too late that a policy was worth the premiums. So how do you go about protecting your appliances?
Protecting kitchen appliances with kitchen appliance insurance may make a great deal of sense financially. Regardless of whether your appliance is new or 2nd hand with a warranty from the manufacturer or not, you may still benefit from extended cover.
If you have purchased a new appliance, it will come with a guarantee - typically for only one year. When this time is up, you are on your own in relation to paying for repairs or replacements, if something goes wrong, unless you take out extended appliance warranty insurance from KAPUT - check out our guide...
Larger household appliances such as a washing machine or fridge freezer are not cheap to purchase. Repairs also don’t come cheap. With this in mind we have gathered together questions you may have about insurance, and hopefully simplified it for you.
Have you ever stopped to think about how many different appliances there are in your kitchen? Have you ever had one of them break down at the very worst moment?
At first glance, service plans and warranty insurance policies might appear to offer something very similar - we explore the main differences
Recent independent consumer research has shown that nearly 70% of British households have considered buying home appliance warranty insurance that they do not understand
As a homeowner, one thing you may have to contend with is the breakdown and replacement of your basic white goods - so your cooker, fridges, freezer, vacuum and washing machine etc.
KAPUT - a new extended warranty insurance product - launches today, offering customers a unique way in which to insure new or second hand white and brown goods.
Is your Creda, Hotpoint or Indesit tumble dryer a fire risk? Read more to find out where to check if you have a faulty machine.
We have now launched our new introductory offer - 2 months free when you pay annually. Read more about how you can save 17% on your annual policy payments.