- Category: Condition & Repairs
Here are various blog resources related to the condition of a property and any repairs and alterations required, with sub categories of Condition and Repairs. Whether it's a reactive roof repair, pro-active maintenance plan, or carefully-chosen contractor - these help explain how to effectively keep properties in the right condition.
This time of year brings a whole host of water leaks into play, a lot coming of course from rain and the weather elements. This doesn’t stop other leaks still happening though, and must be remembered when diagnosing a problem.
A scenario last month brought this all to light. A phone call was received regarding a damp patch on the outside wall of one flat above another in a small block, and a keen letting agent from the flat below wanting the management company of the block ‘to sort’. To make matters worse, they had a new tenant move in a few days later to then spot a serious leak from the ceiling above into the kitchen area, not a great start for a new tenant having to dot saucepans around to catch these...Write comment (0 Comments)
This is the time of year when tree-leaves start falling down as we head through the season of autumn into winter. It can look very charming and pretty, with golden-brown leaves blanketing the ground, and trees becoming bare, however from a property management point of view it can be more of a challenge to make sure leaves are cleared properly, not only making things look tidier but also potentially and more importantly safer with a reduced risk of slips on them.
So here are 7 factors to think about when clearing the leaves. 7 little tricks that will help you to do it a whole lot easier and safer.
Remember that you could fall over by easily slipping on leaves after it’s been raining and they become slippery, including...Write comment (0 Comments)