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England Landlord Guidance

Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

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Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarm Test Certificate

Smoke And Carbon Monoxide Alarm Test Certificate

Product code: F032 - for updates see tab For any tenancy granted in England from 1 October 2015, all equipped ...

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C02 Alarms

HI Guildy, I have read conflicting information, we have a number of gas boilers in kitchens. Am I right in that we install a Co2 alarm in a kitchen (there is conflicting information that says ...

Use of open fire

I am receiving conflicting advice about use of an open fireplace. (more…)

Deaf tenant and smoke alarms

I have two profoundly deaf tenants in different properties.  One is very pro-active and has installed his own smoke alarms which has a strobe light to warn him, the other is a vibrating pad ...

Fire Safety in communal areas

I have read your article regarding the new fire safety regulations in communal areas and have tried to research further.  I have numerous blocks of flats which already have fire risk ...

tenants removing batteries in smoke alarm

My tenants are in the habit of removing the batteries from the smoke alarm because they go off when they are cooking, any tips how to combat this issue please. they are regular type smoke alarms ...

log burners and fire risk

Hi one of my landlords has a log burner in the house, which the tenant wishes to use, would I need to do a fire risk assessment. (more…)

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