20
Jan

Parking At Your Apartment

car-park-property-management When buying a leasehold apartment you are agreeing to the terms of the lease. Within the lease and plans it will state which car parking space is for you to use.

It can be frustrating for residents when they come home to find their space is occupied by someone else.

Please all make sure you are using your correct car parking space, if you are a landlord please inform your agent/tenant and if you have visitors please inform them where to park.

KT-Management-Working together to provide a nice, clean and safe environment to live.

9
Jan

Property Management Help

PROPERTY-MANAGEMENT-HELPJanuary is often the month where as individuals we feel we want to get organised and set up for the new year. We are often contacted by residents who self manage their apartment site and decide this is the year to free up their time. Here at KT-Management we work well with residents to take away the property management stress away. We are apartment owners ourselves using our vast experience with your investment in mind.

If you feel you need our property management help from a company who know communication is key, please contact us today to see if we can help

Working together for a happy and successful 2015

01384 573637

kailee.hurdiss@kt-management.co.uk

 

8
Jan

KT-Management Lettings

to_let_property_management_dudleyExciting news for 2015. KT-Management have been established for nearly 10 years now looking after leasehold apartment sites for residents. We are excited to announce we are looking to add and extra service in lettings. Please check our website for up and coming updates.

 

If you would like any further information please contact kailee.hurdiss@kt-management.co.uk

 

2
Jan

Prevent condensation and damp in your home

property-management-damp-condensation

During the winter months some damp can often be caused by moisture coming from within the home.

Here are some basic tips to help prevent damp and condensation within your home-

  • Drying clothes- If you have to dry clothes inside try and use one room where you can open a window or there is a fan. If using a tumble dryer make sure the ventilation pipe leads outside.
  • Cooking-Try and keep pans covered, keep the kitchen door closed with the kitchen window open to allow moisture to escape outside not into your house.
  • Ventilation-Damp and condensation occurs when moisture can’t escape. If you have a fan in your bathroom turn it on whilst having a bath or shower and leave on for 30 minutes afterwards. Make sure other rooms are ventilated by opening the window slightly to allow fresh air to circulate and moisture to escape.
  • Windows-If you notice condensation on your windows wipe it off with a cloth. Allow the area to dry by slightly opening the window.
  • Keep your home warm-The warmer the air, the more moisture it can hold. If you keep your home warm it will keep condensation levels low. Even heating at a low level in your home will help prevent damp and condensation.
  • Furniture-Damp can often develop behind furniture placed against cold external walls. Leave a gap between the wall and the furniture to allow air to circulate preventing damp.
  • Mould-If you see any mould this should be wiped away using fungicidal spray following manufacturers instructions.