It’s been a while since I’ve been able to get a look at the inside of a building. I can’t get inside a house while it’s still occupied because of the security issues with glass. The same goes for buildings. And it’s true. The security glass is broken.
I would say that the problem here is that there is a very high cost of building and maintaining glass windows. Every time a new tenant moves into a new home, they have to replace the glass windows to the ground level. When they move out, they have to replace the glass from the ground level. It could be a lot of money.
Yes, it is. But it could also be that the building is a bad fit for the tenant. People are allergic to glass. Not just that one time they saw a house with a little piece of glass on it, but over the years it could easily be replaced. Or it could be that nobody wants to live in the same house as a tenant, or that the rent is too high or too low.
The other way to do this is to go in through the ground level, which is easier, but it is expensive. It’s also more difficult. And it’s risky. We’ve heard of tenants with serious injuries.
The problem is that just because the building is designed to look nice doesn’t mean it is. While a building with nice landscaping is a good thing, it is also a bad thing. And it is a bad thing because it means the tenant has the right to complain about the building as much as the landlord.
The other issue with low-quality service glass is that it is often just an inexpensive way to get rid of someone who refuses to pay rent. The issue is that it can often be cheaper to simply let someone go and the landlord then has no recourse to evict them after the tenant’s “health” has been compromised.
It’s really that bad. A recent survey of real estate agents found that an overwhelming majority of agents have been forced to evict tenants who are not paying rent because of service glass. And that’s because the tenants are basically “faking” it, so the landlord can say “you didn’t pay your rent” and the tenant can then say “yes I did and I’m not faking it.
Anecdotally it seems service glass is a fairly widespread problem in UK housing. The reason it has become so much more common is the increasing number of landlords using this tactic to evict tenants. The problem is that these landlords have no means of getting a court order, just the threat of the threat of eviction. So as a result of this, many people are just giving up and giving up and giving up and giving up.
The thing with service glass is that it’s a fairly expensive form of eviction. The problem is since most landlords don’t have the means to pursue court orders and as a result the tenants are left with a bill that they can’t pay. If you’ve paid your rent, the tenant can say yes you paid it, but if you haven’t, the tenant can say yes you didnt.