Question about Heating & Cooling
Well, you are in a tough spot here. I am not sure what state you are in but AC is not required to be working only the heat needs to be, unless the ac is listed in your lease agreement. Unfortunately AC is considered a comfort. I would make sure that your rent is up to date to cover your end then contact the local Department of Building Inspection and tell them your situation. All you can do at this point is document conversations, dates and times and start writing letters to local housing authorities. Maybe letting him know that you are taking action to have the issue resolved may push him to make the repair. Again make sure you are up to date on your rent. I would also start to look elsewhere to live so you don't have to deal with this guy anymore.
Good Luck to ya
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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