Wrotham is a lovely village in the North Downs. The settlement was first mentioned in the 8th century as ‘Uurotaham,’ which means ‘Wrota’s dwelling.’ Another hypothesis is that the name is derived from the Old English word ‘wrot,’ which means a pig’s snout, and that Wrotham was a ham, or hamlet, where pigs were bred.

The village includes a number of modest enterprises that cater to the requirements of the population. It has three pubs within a hundred yards of each other: the Rose and Crown, the George and Dragon, and the Bull Hotel. A fourth, the Three Postboys, went out of business in 2009.

Wrotham inventory clerk

Inventory clerks in Wrotham are experts in detailing the condition and content of a rental property. Not only will a Wrotham inventory clerk carry out an inventory before a property is rented out, but they will also carry out interim reports, check-ins, and check-outs.

The inventory is hugely important when it comes to determining whether the tenant’s deposit should be returned in full, or at all. Inventory clerks in Wrotham will be able to check whether the damage in the property (if any) is in line with fair wear and tear or is something more.

At Looksy Inventories, Wrotham inventory clerks, we are passionate about property. We have been tenants and we have been landlords, and we understand the complex nature of the relationship between the two. Having a professional, experienced inventory clerk in Wrotham on hand to carry out reporting is a way not only to protect your property but to protect your reputation and your tenants.

The understanding of the inventory process and its importance for landlords, agents, and tenants has been painstakingly gained, and we are proud of our excellent reputation for carefully carrying out inventories, check-ins, and check-outs.