Service agreement for household – electricity contract which includes home insurance
Grab the opportunity! The Service Agreement for Household is an economical and easy way of obtaining an electricity contract which includes home insurance. Save money and take care of important home affairs.
- Unlimited normal domestic electricity usage
- Extensive household insurance with more coverage
- Fixed monthly payments – no surprises
- 100% renewable hydroelectricity
- The contract is continuous – not fixed term
No thanks, I'd like just an electricity contract
|Apartment size||Monthly payment|
|0-30 m2||24.90 €/month|
|31-50 m2||28.90 €/month|
|51-70 m2||33.90 €/month|
|71-90 m2||38.90 €/month|
|91-120 m2||43.90 €/month|
|121-150 m2||48.90 €/month|
The most important home affairs in one contract - quick and easy
The contract is intended for apartment blocks and terraced housing where the main heating method is other than electricity. The monthly payment includes the purchased electricity and household insurance, but it excludes the electricity distribution element. The Service Agreement for Household customers are insured with Mutual Insurance Company Fennia. The insurance covers the person who has concluded The Service Agreement for Household and the other family members permanently residing in the same household.
Good service from Helen
Helen is at your service in matters related to the contract at 09 617 8080 (weekdays 8–18). Telephone call charges.
What does the extensive household insurance cover?
The Service Agreement for Household includes normal extensive household insurance:
- Household contents
- Third party liability
- Legal costs
- The property insurance is temporarily valid in all Nordic countries for one year from the start of the trip
We also negotiated additional cover to make your home insurance even more comprehensive:
- Identity theft cover
- Cover for sports equipment broken while in use
The excess for household contents is €150.
Make a claim
You can make a claim via this link. The link takes you to the Fennia website and the Home Service Contract claim form. You will find more detailed instructions in the Fennia online service.