Items Tagged tenants

05July
2018

Smoke alarm with smoke SK8 1PY

Why smoke alarms are so important

Smoke Alarms – Since October 2015, it became mandatory for smoke alarms to be fitted on the floors of all rental properties. This also applies to carbon monoxide alarms (in rooms using solid fuels- such as a coal fire or wood burning stove). Landlords must make sure that smoke/carbon monoxide...


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29October
2017

Boo tiful house

That ‘Boo’tiful Home

Whether you are an existing tenant wanting to keep your home up to scratch or a potential new tenant looking for a new ‘boo’tiful home, we can help you here at Stuarts. as an existing tenant, do you know how to report repairs? For fully managed tenants, why not use...


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09October
2017

fire prevention week 2017

Fire Prevention Week 2017

As it is Fire Prevention  Day and Fire Prevention Week, here at Stuarts we just wanted to remind you of a few things you can do both as Tenants and Landlords to help prevent fires in the home. About half of all fires are caused by carelessness or lack of...


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23June
2017

Hotpoint Fridge Freezer safety notice

Hotpoint Fridge Freezer – Please check your Model numbers 23.06.2017

Hotpoint have announced today following the Grenfell Tower investigation anyone who has a Hotpoint Fridge Freezer model numbers FF175BP (white) or FF175BG (graphite) to check their model and serial number, this is usually located on a sticker behind the salad container, they were manufactured between March 2006 and July 2009 and were...


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10February
2017

SAFEagent with Client Money Protection

Why should you use a SAFEagent with Client Money Protection?  Tenants and Landlords ask yourself this question.  SAFEagent has been set up for the rental property industry and is recognised by the government. When you pay your rent every month  you can be assured that this money is safe and put into...


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01December
2016

Letting fees ban

Letting Fees Ban – To be or not to be?

Letting Fees Ban – To be or not to be?   At the forefront of the Chancellor’s statement was an effective ban on letting agent fees. Phillip Hammond said: “in the private rental market, letting agents are currently able to charge unregulated fees to tenants. We have seen these fees spiral,...


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