Product Guide Repair Protection Plan
New For Old - You'll never need to buy another product
Peace of Mind
But what happens when it expires?
Is it possible to avoid the expense and inconvenience of unforeseen breakdowns?
Now there is a way to safeguard yourself against costly repair bills, the Repair Protection Plan, will give you protection long after the manufacturer’s guarantee has ended.
Repair Protection Plan is designed to protect a whole variety of products; from cookers to ovens, hobs, gas fires and electric fires, and the New for Old protection gives you a brand new replacement product so long as you renew your Plan.
Total Protection New for Old
Normally you can choose 2 or 4 extra years protection in addition to the manufacturer’s guarantee. After that the plan is renewable annually. Your plan safeguards you against all parts and labour costs in the event of breakdown, even if damaged is caused accidentally or by above average use.
New for old protection for the lifetime of your product
How Repair Protection Works
New For Old Protection
As long as you remain protected, you will always be entitled to a brand new replacement if your existing product cannot be repaired. You can upgrade the product at this time providing you pay the difference.
Please note: fitting and re-fitting charges of replacement products are not included in Repair Protection Plan cover.
Full Terms and conditions available on request.
THE GASFLAIR REPAIR PROTECTION PLAN IS PROVIDED BY:
REGISTERED NO 1970780 AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS.
A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH INSURERS AND OF THE FINANCIAL OMBUDSMAN SERVICE
Please remember that installing gas appliances is not a DIY job. All gas appliances must be installed by a qualified CORGI registered engineer.
The information given here is a guide only. To confirm suitability of any gas product you should employ a CORGI registered engineer to conduct a site survey and report. The return of an unsuitable product that is not faulty will incur a handling and carriage charge. See our terms and conditions for further details.
This document is copyright Gasflair 2003 and cannot be reproduced in part or whole without the express permission of the author.