With all this wet weather…
As we swiftly move through 2016, we have been inundated with rain, and as property managers we are working hard to ensure that this doesn’t cause you problems or affect your home.
Part of our maintenance routine ensures that all gutters are inspected before winter to check that they are not blocked, and if they are becoming this way, then measures are taken to have them cleaned and ready for winter.
We have long term maintenance schedules in place across all the buildings that we manage to ensure a regular proactive approach to reduce incidents and calls outs.
Occasionally, even with this preventative approach, gutters do become blocked, may be twigs and leaves have blown in during high winds. If you notice any overflowing gutters on your development, please contact your property manager, who will arrange for this to be resolved.
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