How to prepare your property for winter
As we approach winter, now’s a good time to think about how best to prepare your property for the months ahead. From burst pipes to clearing gutters, here’s a guide to the sorts of things landlords should be aware of.
A pipe can burst when water pressure builds up behind a frozen section of the pipe. The result can cause flooding, which could lead to your tenants having to move out as well as a loss of rent.
Thankfully, there are some practical steps you can take to reduce the risk.
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