Tenant - Emergency Repairs

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Tenant - Emergency Repairs

Urgent Maintenance Instructions

Please see list below of what constitutes an urgent repair under the Residential Tenancies Act

  • A burst hot water service
  • A blocked or broken toilet system
  • A serious roof leak
  • A gas leak
  • A dangerous electrical fault
  • Flooding or serious flood damage
  • Serious storm or fire damage
  • A failure or breakdown of any essential service provided by the landlord or agent for hot water, cooking, heating or laundering
  • A failure or breakdown of gas, electricity or water supply
  • Any fault or damage that makes the rented property unsafe or unsecure
  • An appliance, fitting or fixture which is not working properly and causes a substantial amount of water to be wasted.
  • A serious fault in a lift or staircase in the rented premises.

Emergency Tradespeople

The following tradespeople can be contacted after hours ONLY if the maintenance is in one of the above categories. Please Note: If you contact a tradesman and it’s not considered urgent you will be charged for their time.

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