How do you stop the well water from coming into the house so i can make repairs?
You switch the pump off, then close the valve at pressure tank.
To stop well water entering a house you turn off the pump. Well systems are complicated and you should get an expert to make any necessary repairs. Tinkering without knowledge may make your situation worse
Talk to a real estate agent and ask them what are the main areas that need to be fixed up to make the house more attractive to buyers. If the house needs repairs, go ahead and make the repairs yourself. Keep the house clean, and take some appealing pictures to post online. Also, know your audience, if it is a good "starter-home" advertise it as such.
What could cause a constant loud whooshing sound in the water pipes like rushing water even when faucets are closed and there is no water leak anywhere?
You may have a leak you dont know about. Check with the Water Utility - somtimes they will come out for free. Yep, they will. If you hear water and nothing is turned on, you have a leak. Shut off your water from inside your house (shut-off is located where your water line enters the house). If the whooshing goes away, the leak is inside your house somewhere. If it still makes the sound, the…
Roof leaks are notoriously difficult to solve if you have a peaked roof since the water can travel in any direction before it is apparent inside the house. Visually check the roof for loose or missing shingles, broken vents or tiles. You can try running the hose on top of the roof, but you need someone to also look at the inside of the attic for water damage and, maybe, wet insulation. Chances are you…
Do i have to use an insurance payout to repair damage when i am going to sell the house and have reflected it in the price?
If you own the home free and clear then no,, you do not have to make repairs. If you still have a mortgage on the home then yes, the terms of your mortgage contract require you make the repairs regardless of whether the home is for sale or not. When there is a mortgage involved, the decision to repair or not is our of your hands. it's up to the mortgage company.
you should write a letter to landlord regarding repairs and give them 30 days to make repairs. Include in letter that if repairs are not started in 30 days that you will deduct the cost of repairs from rent. Send copies of receipts with rent. Note: if you are on a month to month lease, your rent may increase. Also, send letter certified, return receipt.
Yes, if you did not make the repairs yourself and document the costs with an agreement with him, the landlord can evict you. Your local government does have offices that will help you with landlord/tenant issues--some repairs Must be made. However, many landlords do not ever make the repairs that are less serious.
This is subject to local law, so you might want to consult a local attorney, but in general the answer is yes. If the damage and/or the repairs do not make the house "untenantable" (that is, impossible to live in), then the landlord is still entitled to collect rent. Note that if the tenant is in fact still living there, it's more or less prima facie not "untenantable." A tenant may be entitled to break…
If the house is not yours, you need to make an agreement with the owner for reimbursement otherwise he is not obligated to reimburse you. But most landlords are willing to consider such arrangements if the property is in need of repair and you are capable and willing to do the work. Just don't assume anything.
Unless you have the knowledge and the tools to fix it, I don't suggest you try to make repairs yourself. I would do a search on the web for "airgun repair" and select a repair shop that can make the necessary repairs. There are shops that make a living repairing airgns. See this link http://www.airgunarena.com/index.php/Repairs/Parts
you can make a house for fairies. they mostly make them out of twigs and flowers and grass to make them camouflage. but either way they sprinkle it with special dust to make invisible to the human eye. they often build them in meadows or in the forest, perhaps near a stream for endless water supply. you can make a fairy house by piling up old sticks next to a tree. remember you must make…
Only if the landlord agreed to pay for those improvements. Normally, you would not be reimbursed for the cost of repairs or improvements you did not have permission to make. In fact, you might be responsible for paying to restore the property to its original condition if the landlord did not like your improvements.