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Fast-learner said: Posted on: 14/01/2019 18:23

I seem to have a leak below the kitchen floor (the water pressure in the boiler keeps falling). The engineer thinks it might be under the floor. There may be a few days with the kitchen floor up in the kitchen. Boiler (heating) will be turned off. We will do this work in warm weather in a couple of months. What should I do about my tenant? (single mum with ten year old). I am assuming the building insurance will cover this. Due to check.

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