You and Your Family are Living in Rented Accommodation- Semiformal Letter
You and your family are living in rented accommodation in an English-speaking country. You are not satisfied with the condition of some of the furniture.
Write a letter to the landlord.
In your letter
- introduce yourself
- explain what is wrong with the furniture
- say what action you would like the landlord to take
Dear Mr. Spencer,
I’m one of your renters and reside in flat no. B-9/3. I’m writing this letter to let you know of some of the fallacious furniture and in the hope of getting it replaced.
Our family shifted to this apartment last week, which had some furniture as a part of the accommodation, and we were so elated to have signed the rental agreement with you. However, unfortunately, out of all the furniture and appliances, some of the fitments are defunct. The sofa set we got has a flimsy leg, and the showcase has fissured glasses owing to which they are not worthy of keeping in the flat. Not only do these cause embarrassment in front of the guests, but they are also extremely unfit for our usage.
I would request you to replace these items with the newer ones or at least, with the functional ones, as is mentioned in our contract of accommodation.