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2019-10-15 Minimum Heat | By: Jeff Taylor


The weather outside has begun to get quite chilly in some parts of the country. More than a few landlords are concerned that their rental residents will keep the temperature at a minimum temperature so that pipes will not freeze when the temperatures drop even more. One landlord asked a question we hear every winter:

"It is in the lease that heat must be maintained to prevent pipes from freezing. The tenants pay their own heat. Is there something I can physically install that can prevent the heat from going below a certain temperature--say 60 degrees?" 
Several landlords responded with ways to do that very thing. To see the responses on how to keep the temperature at a Minimum Heat, click now.


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