• There are an increasing number of home safety detectors:
  • Smoke Detectors to alert there may be a fire
  • Heat detectors (like smoke) but in a kitchen to avoid nuisance alarms.
  • Carbon Monoxide detectors to alert a potentially fatal defective flue.
  • Gas detector to alert unspent gas could result in an explosion.
  • Moisture detector to alert the humidification is too high or low.
  • Remote temperature thermostats alert landlords / agents to the risk of freezing pipes in winter if heating is below 13 degrees.

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Formerly a student living in a rented room my vision focused on excellence. Letting phenomenal student houses soon became more than a day job - more a way of life.

Continuing to look after our tenants I subsequently also founded what is widely recognised as a phenomenal student lettings agency.