Saturday, 22 October 2016

Your tenants, your responsibility



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As a Landlord, you have a long list of things you need to do. How high on that list is keeping your tenants safe from Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO)?

In England & Scotland Landlords’ must fit Smoke and CO Alarms in their tenanted properties by law. In Wales & Northern Ireland Landlords’ have a Duty of Care to the people living in their property. Ignore this and you could get a fine, sent to prison or even worse have the death of a person on your conscience.

The answer’s simple – fit Smoke & CO alarms.

But how do you do this?

Our Landlord's Guide to Smoke and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms will tell you all you need to know, including:

• What the legal requirements are for landlords

What types of alarms should be fitted

Where alarms should be fitted

Best Practice and British Standards

How to interlink/connect alarms

How to maintain alarms


For updates on the changes to the English legislation click here.

For information specific to Scottish landlord legislation click here.

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