Argyll Homes for All
Argyll Homes For All (AHFA) is a subsidiary company of Argyll Community Housing Association Limited (ACHA).
AHFA carry out the day to day repairs, cyclical maintenance and servicing within ACHA’s 5,100 homes across Argyll and Bute. We have been contracted to deliver these services on behalf of the Association to its tenants.
We have staff and tradesmen located throughout Argyll and Bute delivering services locally.
AHFA is governed by a voluntary, unpaid Board of Directors. The Board currently have 4 independent representatives and are responsible for the strategic direction of AHFA and ensuring delivery of our aims and objectives. More information about our Board Members can be found here
What do AHFA do?
AHFA carry out the day to day repairs to all ACHA properties – these are problems that happen unexpectedly such as a leaky water pipe, faulty door lock, loss of heating or hot water.
We also carry out the pre-planned maintenance on all properties. This includes regular checks, servicing and maintenance of gas, electric and solid fuel heating systems, painting of exteriors and shared close areas, clearing and maintenance of gutters, installation and checks of Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and electrical installation checks
AHFA also carry out grounds maintenance within some of the common areas of AHFA properties and within ACHA sheltered accommodation.
How to I request a repair on my home?
Simply contact the Freephone number 0800 028 2755 during office hours (Mon – Fri 9.00am – 5.00pm). If you have an out of office hours emergency phone the same number and you will be transferred to our emergency helpline.
AHFA Is a non-Charitable trading company limited by guarantee and registered with Companies House under registration number SC4156603
AHFA is registered with HMRC for VAT under a group registration number 155542607.
The registered office is, Menzies House, Glenshellach Business Park, Oban, PA34 4RY
For general enquiries you can also email us on email@example.com.
In this section
- Our services
- Apply for a home
- Apply for a joint tenancy
- Argyll Homes for All
- Community Fund
- Free training
- Good Neighbour Award
- Group Insurance
- Gypsy traveller services
- Home/contents insurance
- How to pay your rent
- Make a complaint or suggestion
- Mutual exchange
- Reporting repairs
- Right to buy
- Right to repair
- Secure login area
- Sheltered housing
- Tenants' Handbook
- Welfare Rights/Benefit Advice