Domestic & General Insurance Plc Reviews are to provide genuine information for the general public based from the reviews from the company's clients, of the quality of products and services the company offers. For over a century, the company has been helping their customers globally. Dating back to 1912, Domestic & General Insurance had been insuring livestock in Western Australia, before later moving their headquarters to London and broadening their range of general insurance. In a nutshell, the history of Domestic & General Insurance Plc is that which isn’t so common, starting life in the outback of Australia arranging insurance cover for the transport of cattle and sheep and eventually taking on the United Kingdom as its largest market for breakdown cover and protection of household appliances.
In the early 1950’s, the company began insuring TV cathode ray tubes, before adding kitchen and central heating cover in the ‘70s. By the early 1990s, they were expanding into Europe, opening offices in France, Spain and Germany, so they could serve their clients better, and by the end of the decade, the company’s website was providing their clients with the ability to shop and get a helping hand round the clock. The company markets only extended warranty and breakdown cover for a wide range of household appliances such as Kitchen appliances - including washing machines, fridges and freezers cookers, hobs and vacuum cleaners; Television and audio - televisions, DVD players, home cinema systems, cameras, camcorders and hi-fi systems; and Central heating systems - principally boiler protection. Today, they’re protecting more than 200 different types of electrical items, including state of the art technology like virtual reality headsets, for millions of people in 14 different countries round the globe. Having this vast number of clients means that the company is always helping to ensure homes around the world keep moving smoothly. However, despite the reference to general insurance, the company offers none of the general range of commonly purchased policies such as motor insurance or home insurance. Neither do they offer the kind of landlord insurance typically designed to protect the let building or buildings and landlords' contents. Depending on the nature of their clients buy to let business and the range of appliances they might be making available to your tenants, however, the client may nevertheless be interested in arranging warranty protection of such items as heating system protection and cover for any of the electrical or kitchen appliances used by their tenants.
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