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    hi i let a property which heating broke down i put 5 convector heaters in the house is that ok or are they no good any help will be great thanks robhammer31

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    Originally posted by robhammer31 View Post
    hi i let a property which heating broke down i put 5 convector heaters in the house is that ok or are they no good any help will be great thanks robhammer31
    Are you the landlord of the property, or the tenant?

    Are there any plans to have the proper heating system repaired?
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      yes im the land lord waiting on warmfront to fix heating thanks

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        Originally posted by robhammer31 View Post
        hi i let a property which heating broke down i put 5 convector heaters in the house is that ok or are they no good any help will be great thanks robhammer31
        They are fine if you are not paying the electricity bill! Don't be surprised if the tenant asks for some help towards this.
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