Having problems with your boiler, heating or hot water, but can't get your landlord to do repairs ? This step by step guide has everything you need to know about your rights and responsibilities regarding your heating and hot water system. It will help you communicate better with your landlord about repairs and provide you with a redress option if your landlord cannot or will not meet their responsibilities. 

Use the template letters inside to help you communicate with your landlord. You can download the whole pack for free from the button below.

Get Your Heating or Boiler Repaired In 4 Steps!

Crash course on tenant and landlord rights and responsibilities. Actionable advice on how to communicate with your landlord; what should your expectations be and how fast can you move things forward.

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Ready to send template letters to your landlord

Three letters for you to fill in and send to your landlord. Use them to properly request repairs and make all necessary attempts to communicate with your landlord, before you ask the local council for help. The Environmental Health Department at your local council will make and inspection to your home and ensure it's hazard free and fit for living. This includes having sufficient access to hot water and heating.

4 Steps to get your landlord to do repairs

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