What happens to an unoccupied house?
It attracts 3 types of vermin
don't forget polecats - the damage they can do and the mess they leave behind (when you eventually get rid of them) from rotting food etc
bigbulg wrote:Get yourself a COT" sticker and place it in the front door, no-one will touch it.
Anisoara wrote:Not even considering break-ins for the moment....
What happens say in the summer with all the doors and windows closed, while outside it is hot and humid. Does yucky stuff grow on the walls?
How tall can the vegetation grow in your garden?
What horrors might you expect when returning to your house after a, say, eight or nine-month absence?
So you have met your neighbours and they have given you some cucumbers then you have had a drink with them at the local. oh what loverly people i must get them to look after my house and give them money to pay my bills, now you dont speak there language and they your so you think you have an agreement and give them some keys to be on the safe side so on and so on. A couple did this in a village near us and after they left the whole family moved in use there elec water tv etc etc maybe wreck the house what a suprice when you are over again. If you met a stanger in the uk while at your holiday home would you be so stupid as to give them money to pay bills and look after your house NO so why risk it here
On my last visit to our villa, I was informed that the next door neighbour saw three gipsies climbing over our 6ft high wall to enter the garden. The neighbour quickly phoned our villa manager who lives just 400mtrs away
He was there in a flash and caught them red handed, pointed the gun at them and fired gas which made the intruders very uncomfortable, gasping for breath with runny nose and eyes.
I hope that sends out a message to all would be intruders to stay away
and a big thank you must go to our neighbour and the community spirit
Long may it last
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