Landlord Articles

How to Go About Vacating Problem Tenants
How to Go About Vacating Problem Tenants

For any landlord, problem tenants can be a nightmare. In this article we offer important advice on how to handle this tricky problem.

  • 25th August, 2011
Landlords - How to Handle Maintenance Complaints
Landlords - How to Handle Maintenance Complaints

Having a property for rent is a good investment. It allows you to earn without taking a lot of your time. However, you have to know that landlords have responsibilities too. They have to see to it that the properties they own are safe for their renters.

  • 3rd January, 2010

More Household Articles

Yard Equipment
What to Look For When Buying a Used Riding Mower

Have you got a large lawn that needs incessant care?

Interior Design
Finding Budget Furnishings for Your Home

Redecorating your home can be a huge expense if you allow it to be. High end furnishings cost a great deal of money, which many people find it difficult to justify.

Plumbing
How to Use a Plumbing Snake

If faced with a severe plumbing blockage where a plunger won't do, then it's time to call in the plumbing snake.

Insurance
A Guide to Insurance Policies for Landlords

Taking on tenants can be a risky business. As a Landlord it's more than advisable to take out a Landlord's Insurance Policy.

Scaffolding
Scaffolding Rentals - A Great Way to Cut Costs

For a one off building project it's certainly well worth looking into the benefits of renting scaffolding.

Plumbing
How do You Install Your Own Plumbing and Drainage System

Weather you're altering your existing Drainage, or Plumbing a new Drainage System this Article will inform you on the basic steps you'll need to follow as a Do It Yourself project.

  • 26th December, 2006
  • Category: Plumbing
Bricklaying
Do It Yourself Bricklaying - Part I

The art of bricklaying is not always given the esteem it perhaps deserves. Find out why and how to go about starting your own Do It Yourself Bricklaying project.

Moving & Relocation
Home Moving Tips

With careful planing and preparation you can ease the stress of moving to your new home.

Scaffolding
Choosing the Right Scaffolding Training Course

For anyone working with scaffolding it's strongly advised to undergo the correct training.

Plastering
A Guide to Plastering Tools

The most basic set of plastering tools you need includes a hawk, a trowel and a float.