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1. Describe your nest
The building
The installations
The appliances
The content
2. Your details
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Describe your nest
I'm Fabien, please help me understand your home to be insured so I can help you save. Is it a house or an apartment?
A House
An Apartment

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Neighbours are watching
Are the closest neighbours less than 500m away?
Timber structure
Is more than 50% of the structure of your home made from wood?

If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

If you have furnished at least a room in your attic or basement to turn it into a playroom or home office for example, it counts as a living floor.
Is there a basement?
A cellar, a garage, whether it is insulated or not BUT don't declare it if it's habitable

My appartment is located on the

If you have an underground basement it doesn't count as a floor except if it's "habitable" (furnished, insulated and heated).

If you have an attic it doesn't count as a floor either, except if it's habitable too.

Total living space in m2
Number of rooms
Kitchens, bathrooms and closest are not included in the number of rooms.
Total surface of the open outbuildings in m2
Total surface of the closed outbuildings in m2
Multiple habitable buildings?
Do you have more than one habitable building or buildings that are divided without a door in between? Then check this box and we'll get in touch for more information to better taylor your quote.
Multiple outbuildings?
Do you have more than one outbuilding or dependency? Are they unattached and don't share a door with a habitable building? Let us know and we'll take a closer look.
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Total living space:

Think about the total habitable surface of the house. A basement or an attic is not habitable unless it's furnished, insulated and heated.

Number of rooms:

Something is considered a room if it's furnished, insulated and heated and is bigger than 7m2.
Rooms that are bigger than 30m2 count as 2 rooms (> 60m2 count as 3, etc.). Some rooms are excluded from the total number - these include:

  • Kitchen (except if the kitchen is bigger than 30m2)
  • Utility room (except if it's heated)
  • Garage
  • Bathroom(s)
  • Toilet(s)

Outbuildings:

Everything that's built with solid materials (concrete, stone, wood, etc.) on a concrete slab is considered an outbuilding. Everything else is to be considered an outdoor installation.
The difference between open and closed is simply the contents to be insured (it is not possible to insure contents in an open outbuilding). To be considered closed the door must have a proper (three point) lock; padlocks, for example, do not qualify.

Tenant
Owner

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Which type of housing would you like to insure?
Primary residence
Secondary residence
A place I rent
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When was the building constructed?

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If you are letting out your home but also intend to live there occasionally you need to declare it as either a Primary or Secondary residence depending on whether you live in that house permanently or not.



Every appliance should be declared whatever you want to insure it or not.



If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

Everything you have in your home: furniture, appliances, clothing...

How secure is your home?
I confirm that all the doors to get into my home are locked with at least
What type of windows do you have?
My windows
10 years 'new for old'
How secure is your outbuildings?
I confirm that the content I want to insure in my outbuilding are all stored in dependencies that are locked with at least

Locks

If you don't think your lock are sufficient leave us a note at the end of the questionnaire so that we can get in touch and better advise you.

Locks & Windows

If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

Do you want to insure any valuable item(s)?


What is considered a valuable item?

Watches, jewelry, precious metals (including medals or items made of precious metals), fur, collectibles / collection(s) and any item(s) worth more than 2.000€ (at current market price).

We won't ask for proof of value upon subscription but in case of a claim that's up to you to be able to prove the value of your items so it's important that you have copy of invoices, certificate of conformity, etc. In order to avoid unpleasant surprises in case of a claim.

Do you have any content to be declared in your outbuildings or any tools there?


We highly advise you store only tools in your outbuildings. Valuables will never be covered if stored in a dependency so no point of declaring any here.

The policy holder is

The address of the building to be insured
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Do you have a french bank account?
I have a french bank account
My banking details are foreign

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Optional: If you have an active policy can you provide us with a copy of it and let us know the current premium you're paying?
Yearly premium
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First name
Last name
Birth date
Email
Phone
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If your phone is French don't forget to change the indicator.

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If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

If you have an underground basement it doesn't count as a floor except if it's "habitable" (furnished, insulated and heated).

If you have an attic it doesn't count as a floor either, except if it's habitable too.

Total living space:

Think about the total habitable surface of the house. A basement or an attic is not habitable unless it's furnished, insulated and heated.

Number of rooms:

Something is considered a room if it's furnished, insulated and heated and is bigger than 7m2.
Rooms that are bigger than 30m2 count as 2 rooms (> 60m2 count as 3, etc.). Some rooms are excluded from the total number - these include:

  • Kitchen (except if the kitchen is bigger than 30m2)
  • Utility room (except if it's heated)
  • Garage
  • Bathroom(s)
  • Toilet(s)

Outbuildings:

Everything that's built with solid materials (concrete, stone, wood, etc.) on a concrete slab is considered an outbuilding. Everything else is to be considered an outdoor installation.
The difference between open and closed is simply the contents to be insured (it is not possible to insure contents in an open outbuilding). To be considered closed the door must have a proper (three point) lock; padlocks, for example, do not qualify.

If you are letting out your home but also intend to live there occasionally you need to declare it as either a Primary or Secondary residence depending on whether you live in that house permanently or not.

Every appliance should be declared whatever you want to insure it or not.

If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

Locks

If you don't think your lock are sufficient leave us a note at the end of the questionnaire so that we can get in touch and better advise you.

Locks & Windows

If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.

What is considered a valuable item?

Watches, jewelry, precious metals (including medals or items made of precious metals), fur, collectibles / collection(s) and any item(s) worth more than 2.000€ (at current market price).

We won't ask for proof of value upon subscription but in case of a claim that's up to you to be able to prove the value of your items so it's important that you have copy of invoices, certificate of conformity, etc. In order to avoid unpleasant surprises in case of a claim.

We highly advise you store only tools in your outbuildings. Valuables will never be covered if stored in a dependency so no point of declaring any here.

Your data are safe with us, we won't share it with a third party (apart from the companies we'll request for a quote) and we won't cold call you (we send an email first to schedule a call is we need to speak).

If your phone is French don't forget to change the indicator.

If you'd like to do another quote simply click the Fab logo on top of the page.

If you'd like to get in touch you can use the contextual chat, if we're online we'll guide you, otherwise you can leave us an email and we'll get back in touch.

Thanks again for contacting us, we'll do our best to live up to your expectations.

Anything else you want us to know? Please share your thoughts here.

To ask us for a comparative analysis simply click "Request a quote" and we will seek the best offers for you. Needless to say, our analysis comes completely for free, Fab will never charge you without an explicit confirmation from you.

If you have any doubts, don't worry you can add some comments at the end of the questionnaire.