Great news! You’ve decided to trust WeMaintain with all your building maintenance needs. In order for WeMaintain to become your maintenance operators, you need to send a letter to your current provider indicating that you wish to terminate your current contract. Don’t forget that you still have to follow your contractual obligations and the necessary notice period. In general, a notice period is 3 months.
If your building is managed by a housing association, we advise you to contact them. They may be able to carry out the contract termination. The easiest option is to ask the housing association to take care of the switch. If you are in a self-directed housing association, you need to send the written notice yourself. There are many examples you can find on the internet to give you an idea.
Good to know: the Loi Châtel allows co-owners to terminate the maintenance contract at any time if the service provider has not notified you of the renewal of the maintenance contract.
In fact, your provider is required to notify you no earlier than three months and no later than one month before the end of the period authorizing the rejection of the renewal (i.e., before August 31 if the end of the contract is December 31 and you must manifest your intention no later than three months before). If the notice is not received within this time frame, you may terminate your contract at any time without penalty as of the renewal date.