BettiePage wrote: »
I thought that all radiators should have their own method of adjustment?
sam010185 wrote: »
My mum (who lives in a council property) seems to be under the impression that by law we should have a thermostat but as I have learnt, MQS seemt o be run under a law of their own!!
hannahgibbs wrote: »
We have just had our first gas & electricity bill :eek: since moving in. And our house is freezing.
We also have mould growing in the bathroom, as the extractor fan only goes for 1 minute, it is on a motion sensor and it can't see you in the shower I know no action will be taken, as nothing has been done about my rusting kitchen sink, disgusting and leaking bath or rotten garden fence, because we're "due for upgrade" :mad: we were told within 6 months of moving here that we will be moving to an "upgraded" (read inhabitable, hopefully) quarter in the same area at the taxpayers expense!
kitchpoo wrote: »
Some bathrooms are on a humidi-stat (which is what I think yours needs to be),rather than on a motion detector. I would complain that it is not working when the shower is on and mention a humidistat when they visit.
kitchpoo wrote: »
I know it is no comfort but you point out that you are putting up with obsolete and poor items (the sink), but you will be moving at the taxpayer's expense.... wouldnt it be more of a waste to fit new items then derelict the house?
JammyK wrote: »
Hi. We've been in our quarter now for 3.5yrs. Just wondering how often carpets should be replaced. My clever dh dropped the iron a few wks ago and burned a hole in our lounge carpet. Is it worth seeing whether or not it's due to be replaced? Is that quite unlikely? What is your advice? Thanks in advance.
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