How to estimate a mezzanine?

How to estimate a mezzanine?

How to estimate a mezzanine?

Its calculation is based on the sum of the floor surfaces of each closed and covered level, under a ceiling height greater than 1.80 meters, calculated from the bare interior of the walls.

How to consider a room?

Within a dwelling, is considered as room main all room of more than 9m² intended for sleeping or living. A bedroom, living room, office or library therefore falls within this definition. On the other hand, bathrooms, toilets or kitchens are not considered as rooms main.

What counts as a room?

You have to take into account them rooms less than 30 M² and more than 9 M². The rooms that the kitchen, the toilet, the bathroom should not be taken into account account. On the other hand, a room with an area greater than 30 M² account for 2 rooms.

What height for a mezzanine?

For daily life within the dwelling, the regulations recommend a height of 1.90 to 2.20 meters under the mezzanine for the passage and circulation of air and light. On the mezzanine, a minimum height of 1.80 meters is recommended.

What are the advantages of a mezzanine?

Individuals who have sufficient ceiling height may want to install a mezzanine. This additional room, which is not really one, saves living space and precious square meters while bringing a lot of charm and elegance to the home. How to think it well?

Is the mezzanine a living room?

In terms of home insurance, any room with an area greater than 6 m² is considered a living room. Is an open space such as a mezzanine necessarily taken into account? In addition to its habitable surface or not, the use of the mezzanine influences the way in which the insurer will consider this room.

Why not declare your mezzanine to your insurer?

Not declaring your mezzanine, a real risk in the event of a claim. Not declaring your mezzanine to your insurer certainly allows you to save a few euros on the amount of the premium. However, in the event of a claim, you might regret it.