Furniture Care

Sit back. Relax. Argos Furniture Care can cover it.

Clumsy kids? Messy pets? Sometimes your perfect squidgy sofa, or the family dining table, can get damaged by accident. Life just happens.

So we've put together specialised Product Care to cover your favourite Argos furniture. Should the unexpected happen, our expert furniture technicians and upholsterers will fix it up, so you'll never notice the difference... or we'll give you a brand-new replacement.

So, what's included?
  • Stains - accidental household spills on your fabric or leather upholstery.
  • Accidental damage - rips, tears or burns to your furniture covering.
  • For our Argos Standard Furniture range, we also cover structural defects – for the frames of your furniture
And what's not included?
  • Deliberate damage
  • Wear and tear
  • Neglect, abuse or misuse such as the gradual build-up of stains or dye transfer
  • Commercial use

Now, for the finer details...

Already got Argos Furniture Care? For more details on what's included in your item's Product Care, just download the policy guide below. You'll need to know the date when you originally bought it.

There's still time... 45 days in fact

Got something from Argos but not quite sure if you need Product Care? You've got 45 days from the date you bought it to get that reassurance with Argos Product Care.

Just pop into store and one of our colleagues will provide you with the right cover for your item. You can buy it right-then-and-there and you'll be covered right away. Phew, that's a relief!

Making a claim - we're here for you

The true test of any insurance is when you need to make a claim. With Argos Product Care, it couldn't be simpler. You've got two options...

  1. Claim online at claim.castelangroup.com
  2. Call 0370 320 0332

Buy yourself more time with the Argos Card.
Representative 29.9% APR Variable

Don't forget you can pay for Product Care with the Argos Card (as well as the item you're actually buying). You even could roll both onto one Buy Now Pay Later plan to spread the cost. Now that's super-smart.

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