Renting in Brooklyn – October is the Begining of Home Heating Season


Renting in Brooklyn – October 1st 2016 Marks The Begining of Home Heating Season in NYC


What is the  temperature that my  Brooklyn landlord is required to  heat my apartment  during the winter season?

In New York City  during  “Heat Season”   which is from October 1st to May 31st  landlords are required to maintain apartments as follows:

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  • From  of 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM, when the  temperature falls below 55 degrees, the inside temperature is required to be at least 68 degrees
  •  From  10:00 PM To  6:00 AM, when the  temperature  falls below 40 degrees, the inside temperature is required to be at least 55 degrees



Should you have any problems regarding heat in your Brooklyn apartment where your landlord has failes to comply with the required code call 311



About Cadogan's Brooklyn Real Estate Blog

Michele Cadogan is a Brooklyn NY real estate professional . She makes the process of buying, renting and selling real estate in Brooklyn a good experience. A long time Flatbush Brooklyn resident, she has a tremendous appreciation of the borough, its great history and its diverse communities. With a degree in Political Science and Economics she brings a balance perspective to the your real estate experience. Truly a professional in a people oriented business. When looking for a real estate agent in Brooklyn to help you buy or sell a home in Brooklyn , call Michele. Michele Cadogan Fillmore Real Estate Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker 917-861-9166 Your Brooklyn Real Estate Professional
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