Following the listing of Government Lockdown restrictions, our office is now open once again to the public. The Health and Safety of both our staff and you the customer was at the forefront of our decision to put in place safety measures that are some of the most thorough in the Industry.
Whilst our doors have been closed to the public for nearly 3 months, we have been working hard behind the scenes making extensive changes to our office to ensure that we can offer all customers and clients visiting our office the piece of mind of mind that their visit will be as safe as we can possibly make it.
We have implemented a number of social distancing measures, including additional signage, protective screens and sanitation stations as well as introducing new procedures for viewing properties which over and above the current recommended Government safety guidelines.
As the safety of both our staff and customers is our absolute priority, the new procedures will unfortunately reduce the number of customers that we can accommodate at any one time, as well as increase wait times at our office, and as such we would ask for your co-operation and understanding during these new and challenging times.
Perspex screened booths have been erected in both staff and customer areas in the office to ensure staff and customers are isolated and protected from others whilst in the office. You may ONLY enter the office if a booth is available. If no booth is available then you should join the queue outside the office and wait to be called when the next booth becomes available. Perspex screens have been erected outside to ensure that all those queuing are kept safe and socially distanced.
All customers entering the office must sanitise their hands at the sanitation station outside the office before entering. No persons will be permitted access unless they have first sanitised their hands.
If calling to sign a Tenancy Agreement, and make a payment we would ask you to make your payment by credit/debit card rather than by way of cash.
All domestic and commercial buildings in the UK available to buy or rent must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). You can be fined if you don't get an EPC when you need one.
An EPC contains:
If you're selling or renting out your property, RS Laird can arrange for an accredited assessor to assess the property and produce the certificate.
Please contact us today to find out more.