Myth-busting – Electrical Safety installations Act 202011:19 AM, 3rd August 2020
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Am I going mad? I can replace a tap washer to fix a dripping tap, but I can’t renew an aging tap that it is at the end of it’s useful life because that would be an improvement … even if it is cheaper and the most economically sensible route?
Taps come in pairs. Do I only replace the hot tap?
The tenant would have at least one nice shiny tap and be more likely to view the landlord positively rather than as a stingy old duffer who never replaces anything and just fixes old stuff that goes wrong again.
£15 for a pair of reasonable new basin taps. Is the really a capital expense?
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