Schedule of Charges

Schedule of Charges

 

Standard charge list for damage items/cleaning of items (including VAT & labour). These costs are approximate and may vary dependent on the situation.

 

Description

Cost – up to £

Repair / Replace front door (fire door)

£400

Replace door lock

£100

Redecorate bedroom (inc damage rectification and/or de-fumigation as a result of smoking)

£300

Redecorate kitchen

£300

Replace mattress – Single/ ¾ / Double

£110/£130/£150

Replace/repair bed - Single/ ¾ / Double

£200/£210/£220

Replace/repair wardrobe up to

£180

Replace study desk

£90

Replace desk chair

£70

Replace curtains/blinds (depending on size)

£100

Replace bedroom flooring

£450

Replace bedside cabinet

£45

Replace chest of drawers

£80

Replace intercom phone

£120

Replace flat flooring (corridors / lounge)

£700

Replace sofas

£300

Replace flat screen TV

£500

Replace TV unit

£70

Replace TV shelf

£100

Replace kitchen flooring

£500

Replace kitchen blind

£120

Replace microwave

£65

Replace kitchen bin

£15

Replace vacuum cleaner

£100

Replace oven / hob - each

£350

Replace kitchen/dining table

£100

Replace kitchen chair

£20

Replace coffee table

£75

Replace worktop

£250

Replace washing machine / washer dryer

£300 / £350

Replace fridge freezer/ fridge or freezer

£250 /£200

Replacement fire extinguisher or tampering with fire extinguisher

£60

Replace pin board

£45

Replace book shelves

£65

Replace desk top

£60

Replace shower cubicle/side panel

£170/£110

Replace shower tray

£150

Replace bathroom mirror

£25

Replace toiletry shelf/cupboard

£75

Replace toilet seat

£25

Replace Internet patch lead

£5

Replace bedroom door

£320

Clean bedroom flooring

£45

Clean flooring (corridor / lounge) (if applicable)

£40

Clean bedroom at end of tenancy if not up to standard

£40

Clean en-suite at end of tenancy if not up to standard

£50

Clean kitchen at end of tenancy if not up to standard

£50

Removal per sack of rubbish from flat/room

£10

This list is not exhaustive and the Landlord reserves the right to charge for any damages not considered to be due to normal wear and tear.

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