Bill Williams

Registered with Property118.com
Saturday 26th April 2014


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 84

Bill Williams

12:05 PM, 23rd March 2019
About a month ago

Does bathroom with window need extraction fans?

In the last 2 years in 2 of my recently built properties I have found the bathroom extract fan not ducted to outdoors and discharging into the roof space.In one of them I discovered the kitchen hood had the same problem as evideced by the grese all over the property. I wonder if the council representative would have spotted these problems on his inspection or justissueda pass? One of the properties has a certificate for air tightness and one wonders whether connecting the fan to outside would have resulted in a fail, so was never connected. Never buy new again.... Read More

Bill Williams

11:10 AM, 9th March 2019
About 2 months ago

A tenant from hell can make or break you as a landlord

Reply to the comment left by Rod at 07/03/2019 - 23:00
Wasn't the proprietor of Tenant Referencing once attacked wth an axe by one of his tenants? I believe this prompted him to set up his lifestyle referencing service.... Read More

Bill Williams

11:11 AM, 23rd February 2019
About 2 months ago

Revolut Business Accounts

I was a Revolut customer in the UK, but when I moved to Cyprus they refused to change my address, said I should have changed it before I left the UK. I had no choice but to cancel.
I now use Transferwise who as well as providing very competitive transfer rates , have provided me with a multi currency debit card and account, which I can use to spend in any of the currencies in my account, draw cash, or to transfer currencies overseas to other bank accounts.... Read More

Bill Williams

10:45 AM, 2nd February 2019
About 3 months ago

Thermostatic shower mixer valves legislation?

I have only ever seem these controls fitted in hospitals or care homes. They work by bleeding cold water into the hot water supply and are controlled thermostatically, Interesting that these must be set in the 40 deg C range, yet Legionella regulations require hot water to be stored and supplied at plus 60 deg C.... Read More

Bill Williams

10:01 AM, 2nd February 2019
About 3 months ago

Housing Ministry tightens electrical safety rules for Landlords

Reply to the comment left by Jo Ramkissoon at 02/02/2019 - 09:06
I think the point being made about PAT tests is that you can pass a property's electrics for safety, then a tenant cones along and plugs in a dangerous appliance which they need not PAT test. Then set your property on fire or kill themselves.... Read More