Home Insurance Quote Request Form

Detached Homes

Please complete the form below:

    First name*

    Last name*

    In the case of multiple owners, please input a comma-separated list of full legal names in the First name field, and a list of corresponding birthdates in the Last name field.

    Email address*

    Phone Number*




    How many Individual units?

    (What's this?)Some people divide their homes into separate units - one unit for themselves, and the other units for their mortgage helpers, rental tenants, etc.
    Please let us know how many units your home is divided into.

    Building Amount (Replacement cost)*

    Total Square Footage*

    Have you ever purchased home insurance before?


    If so, since when?

    Did you have any claims in the past 5 years?


    If so, please provide details.

    Do you have a mortgage?


    Do you have a theft alarm system installed? What kind?

    Are business operations performed in the home?


    If so, please provide details.

    What year was your house built?

    The following six questions are applicable if your house was built before year 2000.

    What are the updates of the home?

    Roof: Material & Upgraded date

    Electrical system: Type & Upgraded date

    Plumbing system: Type & Upgraded date

    Heating system: Type & Upgraded date

    Hot water heating system: Type & Replacement date

    Who referred you to us?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What happens if I don’t have an alarm?

    You can still buy home insurance if you don’t have an alarm, but you may be eligible for discounts if you have a local or monitored alarm installed.

    Why must I state how many units are in my home?

    The premium on your insurance policy may be different if you are planning to divide the home into a unit for yourself and a unit for rental tenants, or if your family is the only one occupying the home.

    Why should I mention when my home was built or when renovations were performed?

    If your house was built before 2000, your roof, electric system, etc. may need an update before your home is eligible for insurance.