Property Maintenance 

Simple Steps for Essential Property Maintenance.

Keeping your property in a good condition helps your house keep its value and reduces the amount of costly repairs you’ll need to do. It also gives your tenant a safe, habitable living environment – which they’re entitled to by law. As your letting agent, we have access to to contractors who can help maintain your property.

 

  • Build relationships. We regularly use the same tradespeople, we build trust with these suppliers, which in turn enables you to trust them. We maintain relationships with a number of professional tradespeople, so we have alternative options to fall back on to ensure that your property is maintained to a high standard.
  • We are proactive. Problem can fester and easily costs you more money if not dealt with in a timely manner. By being proactive, we look to see where problems may occur and take the necessary steps to ensure  that these do not become major problems causing you to lose money.

Top tips for maintaining your property:

  • Invest time and money. You need to dedicate enough time to keeping your property in good condition and be prepared to pay for its upkeep (it’ll save you expensive repair bills in the long run). It’s a good idea to put aside three months’ rent to cover emergencies, or if your tenants leave. If you own an old property then don’t forget it’s more likely to need more in the way of maintenance.
  • Getting the right people to do the work. There’s never any point cutting corners and paying less for a shoddy job. Which is why we have ensured our contractors are reputable tradespeople so you’re getting the most cost-effective job.
  •  Regular Service Checks. Boilers and cookers need frequent servicing to keep them safe – and reduce the chances of anything going wrong and costing you money.
  • Carry out inspections. You need to inspect your property regularly. Tenants don’t always know how to carry out even basic maintenance on a property, and often won’t tell you about problems until they leave. Regular checks will give you a good idea about the state of your property.
 
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