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  • Problem with air to electricity heat source
    Wright76
    Not sure if anyone here can help as it relates to a housing association.

    my friend moved into a housing association property 2 years ago. Village has no gas and is all electricity with heating being provided by an air to electricity heat source pump and hot water heated by panels on roof....
    13-07-2017, 09:36 AM
  • Reply to Problem with air to electricity heat source
    Wright76
    Small update. An electrician visited from housing association yesterday and witnessed what is happening. He had no training on the air source heat pump but verified that the cost Is off the scale and that the heat it is generating is not entering the house.

    He suspects as someone on here...
    20-07-2017, 10:46 AM
  • Saturday Lad
    JK0
    A friend's son is 15, and I have suggested he might want to come & help with my renovation projects on Saturdays, for some pocket money.

    I will increase my landlord's cover to include employer's insurance, and buy him safety shoes and an overall. Is there anything I have overlook...
    18-12-2016, 07:47 AM
  • Reply to Saturday Lad
    JK0
    I guess the Dad would have to know how to do the work to show the child in the first place. My friend is completely useless. I found a curtain track at the flat which I know he needs. He is incapable of putting it up without me supervising. I hope in due course his son will be able to supervise Dad....
    18-07-2017, 20:40 PM
  • Reply to Saturday Lad
    MisterB
    what I fail to understand is that we are supposed to be a nation of 'diy'ers. yet it seems that a lot of younger people cant even change a plug. don't their parents get them to do anything 'maintenance' wise ?...
    18-07-2017, 20:14 PM
  • Gas Check Built In Cooker
    Shaunagus
    Hi

    hiping you can help. I can't find anything on this particular issue.

    When the agent originally let one of my flats they orgnajsed a gas safety check of the boiler but not the gas cooker. I've since taken over managing the tenancy myself and have read that all gas appliances...
    14-07-2017, 11:50 AM
  • Reply to Gas Check Built In Cooker
    Shaunagus
    Ok thanks will mention that to the guy who's coming to look at it...
    17-07-2017, 10:32 AM
  • Reply to Gas Check Built In Cooker
    JK0
    I would take out the fridge, and put in the hall, then unscrew that wine rack. Then you might see what is stopping the cooker coming out. It might be floor leveling screed that is stopping its feet moving.

    You might even get away without trimming anything, as your oven doors seem to be...
    17-07-2017, 06:44 AM
  • Attic bedroom safety for historic conversion
    bowsden
    Hello. I'm a new BtL landlord and have just bought an upper flat with two bedrooms, one in the attic. The conversion is very old and there is no paperwork associated with it. It has been let out for 30 years previously and is very tired, so I intend to freshen it up, put double glazing in and let it...
    14-07-2017, 08:59 AM
  • Reply to Attic bedroom safety for historic conversion
    leaseholder64
    True like for like doesn't need planning permission, but might still trigger building control requirements. uPVC for wood is not like for like.

    For flats, the council will normally want all the windows to be as similar as reasonably practicable, at least as seen when closed.
    17-07-2017, 00:01 AM
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