Basic garden maintenance, like mowing the lawns and weeding the flower beds should be the responsibility of your tenant but anything above basic maintenance is still the landlords’ responsibility, to keep gardens easy to manage for their tenants. Landlords may need to cut back hedges and trees for example. Keeping on top of your rented property garden maintenance will definitely keep your tenant happy and keep them wanting to maintain their own garden. Your tenant will enjoy having a nice area outside to relax in. Do you need any advice? Give us a call anytime.


Further reading….

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