Managing a rental property

Managing a rental property is a great responsibility. The property needs constant care in order to function properly for the tenants and meet the criteria of the “Decent Homes Standard”, while sometimes feels like a full time job as it can be time consuming and exhausting.

If something stops working, burst or leaks you have to deal with that immediately, otherwise you will be reported. Even to a minor issue, you must respond A.S.A.P and deal with it as best you can.

To avoid these short of situations you need to be proactive and plan your maintenance schedule annually, but in order to have the best results in a hassle free way, you need to find one professional and trusted company with years of experience that will help you manage your rental property.

Repairs Team London co-ordinates and manages reactive maintenance services for both commercial as well as residential property portfolio.

We approach every part of your property and estates management with specialized insights, whether as a complete facilities management package or an integrated solution.

Our maintenance management team will work with you to devise the most strategic planned maintenance schedule to keep you compliant with current legislation.

Planned maintenance or planned preventive maintenance (PPM) works fall into two categories. Some works have to be carried out to comply with legislation, and other works can be carried out as part of an overall maintenance regime.

Balancing maintenance should be spent between planned and reactive works, as it should be the backbone of forming your overall maintenance plans. We work with you to find solutions that optimize the operation of your building plant and assets reviewing any existing planned schedules, even if it includes drawing up new ones. Once annual and 5 year maintenance plans have been agreed, we ensure that works are completed as scheduled.

Using the combination of planned and reactive works, it can deliver efficiencies to allow planned works to be carried out at the same time as a reactive call or allow the reactive call to be postponed until the more cost effective planned visit takes place.