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Property Maintenance

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By now, you should be settled in and enjoying Uni & we at Varsity want to make your stay a very comfortable experience.


We know being a student is a fun and fresh experience, but we also understand it can be a very demanding journey with all your studies and even more so when you have a property to upkeep! Our weekly Varsity Blog will hopefully lift some of those strains and make your life easier and more comfortable.


It has been an abysmal few weeks regarding the weather and there is nothing worse coming home from a long day at university when you’re soaking wet. Not only is it important for you all to stay dry and comfortable, but it is also important to keep your property in the same condition. This time of the season can be a miserable one, but us here at Varsity can help put the smiles back on your faces with some top tips on maintaining your property.

  • Make sure all windows are securely closed and there is no chance of rain creeping in
  • Keep an eye on your guttering, making sure there is no blockages or damages. Of course, let us know if you need any assistance with this
  • Mould is a common appearance during these months, and we do ask tenants to clean mould when it appears, but you can notify us of any larger occurrences and take steps in preventing it from returning
  • Heating your rooms correctly can prevent nasty build ups and keep you toasty throughout, but make sure that you have the windows closed if so!
  • Gardens tend to grow a lot quicker in the rainy months, so you can keep a close eye on this, and we will be happy to help with a contractor to tidy up once available
  • Remember, any issues that you may find can always be reported to myself at [email protected]


All the best,