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Christmas 2016 & New Year 2017 Opening Times & Info

Christmas 2016 & New Year 2017 Opening Times & Info

The Team at Sibley Pares would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Over the Festive Period our office opening times will be:

Friday 23rd December 2016 Closing at 11:30am
Saturday 24th December 2016 Closed
Sunday 25th December 2016 Closed
Monday 26th December 2016 Closed
Tuesday 27th December 2016 Closed
Wednesday 28th December 2016 Open 10am - 4pm
Thursday 29th December 2016 Open 10am - 4pm
Friday 30th December 2016 Open 10am - 4pm
Saturday 31st December 2016 Closed
Sunday 1st January 2017 Closed
Monday 2nd January 2017 Closed
Tuesday 3rd January 2017 Open as Normal


For our managed Residential Tenants, if you have any repair faults happen over the Christmas period and are unsure what to do, you may find the following information helpful:

 

If you are unfortunate enough to experience a maintenance emergency that you cannot resolve while we are closed and you feel the need to contact a professional contractor you must ensure that they hold the necessary qualifications and insurance before you instruct them to carry out any works.  Please also note that you should only do what is absolutely necessary to rectify the problem.  Please note that any works commissioned that are deemed NOT to be as a result of an emergency will result in you NOT being reimbursed by your landlord.  You must advise us of any works that you have commissioned and we will then get in touch with you as soon as the office is open and you must ensure that you get an invoice from the contractor once the works have been completed.

 

 Maintenance Emergencies Include: 

  • Complete loss of water or gas supply (you need to check with relevant authority/supplier that the problem is not caused by a temporary supply interruption).
  •  Gas leaks (you should also call out your gas supplier who will isolate the leak and have your home made safe).  If you suspect a gas leak please contact Transco immediately on 0800 111999.
  • Loss of electricity supply.  You must check first with your supplier to ascertain whether there has been an interruption, such as a local power failure, to the supply.  This will only be considered an emergency situation if there is a complete loss of power to the entire unit which cannot be rectified by resetting the trip switch on the consumer unit.

 

There is also a “Report a Fault” form on our website: HERE