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    Ring the company up and offer 50% of the balance due which im assuming is north of £250 Because these guys are utter scumbags who charge what they want.

    I would also get rid of the upvc door and fit a composite jobby as upvc panel doors are notoriously easy to get through. I had 2 break ins through this type of door, opposite ends of the city on the same night would you believe it.

    Dont leave the tenant to foot the bill, the damage wasn't caused by them. The thieves broke into their home but your house.

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