Your landlord needs to provide you a working heating system. The system must heat living spaces to at least 68 degrees during the day (from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.), and at least 64 degrees at night (from 11:01 p.m. to 6:50 a.m.).
Your landlord needs to meet those heating requirements during the “heating season,” which starts on Sept. 15 and ends on June 15. Your hot water also needs to be at least 110 degrees Fahrenheit and at most 130 degrees Fahrenheit.
Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnIf you have a problem with your heat:
- Check the thermostat and make sure it’s on.
- Make sure you have oil in your tank.
- Check to see if your gas service was turned off.
- If you can’t figure out the issue, call the property manager or owner.
- If the property manager or owner is unresponsive, call Inspection Services at 617-635-5322, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can call 311 after hours.