You may have, but that's not really relevant. Lots of landlords think this way about repairs, but it's really wrong-headed thinking. The tenants have contracted to have certain facilities, and landlords contract to provide them. We don't contract to "try to" provide them, or "do my best to provide them"; we contract to provide them.I think ive done as much as I possibly can
The hot plates working does make it less serious, for sure; I was picturing that they had no cooking facilities. If they ask for compensation, maybe $20 to $40 per week should be enough.TMNT said:anyway, will take into consideration the comments here, oh and the hot plates on top are working
The hot plates working does make it less serious, for sure; I was picturing that they had no cooking facilities. If they ask for compensation, maybe $20 to $40 per week should be enough.
Yeah I agree with this - that sounds about right. At least they've been able to cook during this time.
well the interesting thing is that ive been told by the agent is that this person is either a former baker or really passionate about baking.
so its more of an invconvenience to them then usual, but once again, how is that my problem
Don't forget if you have applied for a warranty fix this will take AGES.
not sure where you could come close to getting a new oven removed, delivered and installed for $200Well, then you should just buy a new oven?
Could you buy them one of these instead with the option they get to keep it after their tenancy? (ie if its that breaks, its not something included as part of the lease).