Don't forget, Home and Garden Guru is here for the small tasks too, like assembling furniture and putting up shelves, curtain poles, wall mounting TV's and erecting sheds.
We can also help you to get back as much of your security deposit as possible when you finally move on. How do we do that, read on...
Landlords often have differing views on what constitues acceptable wear and tear, so whereas one landlord may be easygoing about marks on the paintwork and stains on the carpets, another landlord will want to deduct from your security deposit to cover the cost of painting and carpet cleaning. It's difficult to guess your landlords tolerance, so your objective should be to return the property as you received it (hopefuly in good condition).
Most Landlords are reasonable and just want their property back in good lettable condition, with little or no remedial work required, so it can be re-let without delay, and financial loss.
Helping them acheive this is your surest route to getting your deposit returned intact. Home and Garden Guru are only a call away and can complete any remedial work before the final inventory takes place. Being proactive really is in your best interests, as if your landlord has to carry out these works, he will be under no obligation to seek out the best value repairs to spend your deposit money on!