Whenever you sign a tenancy agreement, as a landlord or property manager, you hope your new tenants are going to take care of the home you have provided them. Some tenants are great, but some don’t particularly care about looking after your investment. Over his time as a plumber, Craig has encountered shocking plumbing issues in rental properties that have gone unreported by tenants, often leaving small issues to become big, expensive problems for the landlord.
Well, we’re here to help and to give you some peace of mind that your investment is in good shape from a plumbing perspective. Last year, we developed a new service – our Plumb Warrant of Fitness.
What is checked in a Plumb WOF Inspection?
In a warrant inspection, all aspects of your plumbing are checked.
- Hot water system
- Bathroom, kitchen & laundry plumbing
- Spouting & downpipes
- Water & drain pipes
- Water pressure
Only accessible, visible plumbing can be checked – Craig will not be digging up your lawn or opening your walls!
The WOF Report
After Craig has done the inspection, you will receive a thorough written report, itemising what has been checked and making professional recommendations. All recommendations will be fully explained so you can make an informed decision about any plumbing work you would like to have done.
How Much Does a Plumb WOF Cost?
It costs $59+gst per house/flat – that’s it! Should you decide on receiving the report that you want to go ahead with any of the recommended work, the cost of that work would be additional. As many plumbing issues aren’t obvious until they’ve already caused significant damage, a Plumb WOF is money well spent.
For landlords and property managers, we recommend an annual Plumb WOF for your property.
Take a look at our leaflet and book your Plumb WOF today!
Craig & Julie