Boilerplate Series: Thermostat Notice Wording
Updated: Jan 6
If you're a landlord, you may have experienced tenants who tinker with the thermostat in their rental unit, resulting in discomfort for themselves / others in the building and potentially higher energy bills for you. In addition to placing a locking cover over the thermostat, you can use the simple notice below to request that your tenants do not touch the thermostat:
We kindly request that you do not tamper with the thermostat in your rental unit. The thermostat is set to a temperature that is comfortable for the majority of tenants and is also energy efficient.
If you feel that the temperature in your unit is not comfortable, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you in finding a solution.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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