- Reality Cheque
- August 21, 2013 - 16:30
The problem is that screens become damged too easily. If you put them in the house, the tenants will destroy them and not replace them. The landlord will also have to replace them all too frequently. Often times tenants will steal (or have stolen on them) anything that is not tied or nailed down, including screens. While the landlord can put them in and say the tenant is responsible, the possibility of collecting off someone who is low-income is next to nil. The tenant can easily go to the dollar store to pick up a screen/mesh sheet to tack up.