- Tenants Information
- Tenancy Application Form
- Rental Arrears Management Procedure
- Direct Debit Form
- Tenants’ Repair Tips
- Maintenance Request Form
- Maintenance Request Form Download
- Quarterly Inspections
- Notice of Intention to Leave
- Agreement to Terminate
- Termination of Tenancy Information
- RTA Information Statement
Tenants’ Repair Tips
Before proceeding with logging your Repair Request, please have a look at the repair tips below first, to avoid any unnecessary callouts.
- Have you contacted your electricity supplier? There may be a fault in the street.
- Have you checked your fuse box? There may have been an overload and the safety switch has been activated and needs resetting.
- Have you checked that one of your appliances is not faulty? Unplug all appliances in the house. Reset the safety switch in the meter box. Plug in one appliance at a time to isolate the faulty appliance. If the safety switch clicks off then you know that there is a fault with one of your appliances and you will need to get it repaired.
- If our electrician attends to your repair request and finds the fault is with one of your appliances, then you will be charged for the service fee.
No hot water
Is it Gas or Electric?
- Have you arranged for the connection of your Gas or Electricity?
If it is an Electric Hot Water System:
- Have you checked to see if your hot water system needs refilling/topping up? There is normally a copper valve on electric hot water systems and an overflow pipe. Pull up this lever until a flow of water starts coming out of the overflow pipe. This quite commonly needs to be carried out every two months or so.
- Have you checked the fuse in the meter box? Has someone turned off the fuse by mistake?
- Have you checked that the water tap on the hot water system itself is turned on?
If it is a Gas Hot Water System
- Have you got gas? Check the bottle or see if the cook top has constant flow of gas (not flicking).
- If you have gas you might have to reset the Hot water unit. Do this by turning off the power supply to the unit (should have a lead out of the unit plugged into a power point near the unit), waiting a couple of minutes and turning back on. This will rest set the unit. If still no hot water flow please call us during business hours (Gas fitters do not work after hours)
Lights are not working or power points are not working
- Have you checked your fuse box? If there has been an overload the safety switch may need resetting.
- Have you replaced the light bulb?
Garbage disposal is not working
- Is it turned on at the switch underneath the sink?
- Have you attempted to reset the safety switch? This is normally a little red or black button underneath the bottom of the garbage disposal unit. You may have to get on your hands and knees to find the switch. This switch can be activated by an overload and simply needs to be reset.
- Is there a blockage in the sink/blades? IMPORTANT – Before putting hands down the sink to check for blockages – make sure unit is turned off at the wall and unplugged.
Kitchen/bathroom sink is blocked
- Have you tried using some Draino to try and free the blockage?
- Have you tried pouring boiling water down the sink to free up old soap and hair?
- Have you removed old food from the kitchen waste and poured boiling water down the drain? Do not put fat and oil into the drain as these will clog up the pipes.
Washing machine is not working
- Are the washing machine taps turned on at the wall?
- Have you checked to make sure that the appliance is turned on at the wall?
- Have you checked that the lid is closing properly?
If the machine has stopped halfway through a cycle make sure that you have not overloaded the machine or that it is out of balance. Re-arrange the items evenly in the bowl
Dryer is not working
- Have you checked to see if the filter needs cleaning out? Dryers can automatically shut down due to overload of lint in the filter.