Our Aids and Adaptations Services team can help older or disabled tenants remain independent at home for as long as possible.

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We encourage you to decorate your home so that it is a nice place to live for you and your family. Before decorating your home, there are some conditions you need to know and follow.

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If you want to park your vehicle on your drive you will need to have both a dropped kerb and a hard standing. In order to request permission for either of these, please contact us .

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At Wolverhampton Homes, the health and wellbeing of our residents is our top priority and we pride ourselves on our commitment to fire safety. There is lots of information and tips on these pages to help keep you and your family safe at home.

If there's a fire don't try to tackle it yourself. Get out, stay out and call 999.

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Well maintained gardens look nice and can be a great source of enjoyment for you and your family.

Overgrown gardens, on the other hand, don't look very nice at all. They can also be dangerous and cause problems for you and your neighbours.

Although we're responsible for most of the repairs in your home, there are some which you can do yourself.

Lead was used in some kinds of paint until the mid-1960s – for windows, doors and other woodwork – so old paintwork is one source of lead that you might still come across in your home.

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We understand the benefits that mobility scooters can provide and wish to support all of our tenants and residents to retain their independence as much as is possible.

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It's not nice living with pests in your home, they can range from wasps, ants, cockroaches, mice, or rats.

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Having trouble looking after your garden?
Need help to keep your garden looking nice?

Our Tidy Garden Scheme can help!

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Help and advice about looking after trees and what to do if a tree is a problem.

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