Landlords Guide to Fitting a Log Burner in a Rental Property?
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Fitting a log burner in a rental property

In this free guide you can learn about fitting a log burner in a rental property and the rules and regulations you must be aware of if you have this kind of solid fuel appliance.
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Why download the fitting a log burner in a rental property guide?

Fitting a log burner in a rental property comes with a lot of considerations. It might not be the best choice for you or your tenants or it may be that you're not aware of the rules surrounding log burners in rental properties. This guide explains the rules and considerations you should make if you're fitting a log burner.

Anyone who wants to fit a log burner in their rental property will find this guide useful. Whether you're operating a vanilla buy to let, an HMO or a short term or holiday letting, the health and safety implications are the same.

The guide to fitting a log burner in your rental property covers the following:

  1. Case study of a landlord who previously fitted a log burner that wasn't safe.
  2. Building regulations around log and wood burners including CO2 detector rules and Document J.
  3. What a landlord's responsibilities are for log burners and log burner safety.
  4. How to help tenants use a log burner safely.

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