Abernathy recommends tenants to send up to three notices to their landlords, so the latter will have the chance to take action. The first letter should inform the landlord of the situation, while the second letter should state rightful consequences if the property owner still would not respond or fix the problem (e.g. withholding rent or even moving out and filing a legal complaint.)
If you’re on the other end of the spectrum (the landlord), then you ought to promptly attend to the problem, especially if it’s a Denver plumbing issue. Aside from making everyday activities difficult or uncomfortable for your tenants, leaky faucets or broken pipes could cause utility bills to increase and could even endanger the residents of your property.