Maintaining your Rented Home’s Garden
When it’s not your own home, you may not feel obliged to maintain the garden in the same way you would if it was your own house. Bu you do have to consider taking some sort of responsibility, and to make sure you keep your landlord or lettings agency happy, we’re proving you with some tips.
You shouldn’t have to spend hours on a garden, but the following garden work is important, and it’s common throughout the year:
- Picking up leaves
- Mowing the lawn
- Sweeping the patio
- Removing weeds
- Watering plants
These steps are typical in any garden, and it won’t take up a significant amount of time, depending on the size of your garden, so if you want to make sure you’re not charged extra at the end of your contract due to poor garden maintenance, this type of straightforward gardening can keep your landlord happy.