Tenants have no hot water or heating – their fault, my problem!

by Readers Question

15:19 PM, 15th December 2014
About 6 years ago

Tenants have no hot water or heating – their fault, my problem!

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Tenants have no hot water or heating – their fault, my problem!

I have tenants who would not allow access for replacing a back boiler with new combi boiler and extra radiators. Tenants have no hot water or heating

Guess what …………. now the boiler is not working and they have no heating/hot water and the engineer cannot fit a new system until March due to work load.

If this cannot be repaired and a new engineer cannot be sourced to fit a replacement system, unless it is for more money, what should be the way forward?

Thanks

Maureen

Comments

Neil Patterson

8:15 AM, 19th January 2015
About 6 years ago

Yes definitely,

Ask the Landlord first though as he/she may not be aware. If the Landlord refuses to fix it then you can complain to the council.

Neil Woodhead

10:06 AM, 19th January 2015
About 6 years ago

If you inspect your properties regularly Cannabis Farms should be identified quickly....Landlords only have themselves to blame

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