Repairs & Maintenance
The Tenant should generally take good care of the property and, without prejudice to the Terms of the Tenancy, Tenants are usually responsible for day to day maintenance such as clearing blocked drains and gutters, changing fuses and replacing light bulbs.
The Tenant must not damage the property and must ensure that family and guests do not do so as the Tenant is responsible for making good such damage. Landlords can seek to terminate a tenancy where a property is abused.
All repairs should be reported using this online Tenant's Repairs Reporting form. When you report a problem to Larards Lets you will receive an acknowledgement.
In the event of a true emergency outside normal office hours and when it is not possible to contact Larards Lets or the Landlord, Tenants may wish to appoint a contractor at their own expense. Please note however, that neither Landlords nor Larards Lets reimburse Tenants for expenditure incurred in connection with repairs except in exceptional circumstances when Landlords may agree to pay the Tenant's reasonable costs. Please read Supplementary Repair Information first.