Here at Disrepaired, we have a team of experts who speak to individuals and families living in social housing homes whose homes are not being kept up in proper condition by their social landlord, whether you are living in a housing association or council housing property, you have the right to live in a safe and secure home. If your windows and doors are not properly installed or have some other issue, your landlord has a legitimate responsibility to complete repairs you have reported to them after the issue has been detected.
As a tenant if you are living in rented accommodation, your landlord is responsible for:
Mould Formation: When your structure gets excessively soaked in water, mildew and mold can inevitably develop. In addition to the fact that they look terrible, mildew and mould discharge an unpleasant scent that you wouldn't want to smell. Moreover, a few people may have health issues that could make them respond aversely to these fungus or dampness issues.
Our team of experts will guide you completely about windows and doors and housing disrepair claims compensation if your landlord is not fixing the repairs. If your internal and external windows are not safe and secure or are generally not in good state of repair and your social housing landlord isn't adhering to their responsibilities regarding fix, you have the right to claim for compensation. If you want to obtain compensation for housing disrepair claim, contact us. Our team guarantees that your case will be put into practice by using our years of experience, which will maximize your chances of winning. We work on no win, no fee basis which means you have nothing to lose.