Posted by JB on April 17, 2001 at 18:10:37:
I am currently living in a new building in NJ where the heat is electric and cost us a fortune. I am now moving into NYC and it has the same heat system so I asked the landlord to explain how he can say the heat is included in the rent. (which I thought was required by law) He said since they provide the heat source and the blower they are covered. Yet, unless I turn on the heat/blower and run up the electricity I don't have heat. Is he really providing heat? In that case they should say they are paying for the air conditioning as well since it comes from the same unit. Any thoughts on this? Thanks.
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