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Time to Turn on the Heat? Posted on Oct 8

Time to Turn on the Heat?

This time of year, we get questions about heat.  Workers, tenants and homeowners all have questions. When does the landlord have to provide heat?  Answers are in the State Sanitary Code, 105 CMR 410.201, which reads in part : “The owner shall provide heat in   …Continue Reading Time to Turn on the Heat?

It’s Cold! Posted on Jan 8

Cold air has arrived and it will be here for a while. You can find information on winter heating, regulations, and heating assistance here. A variety of helpful tips for coping with the extreme cold can be found on the Massachusetts state website. Be prepared   …Continue Reading It’s Cold!

Heat! Posted on Oct 13

On a day that’s 52 degrees and feels much colder, it’s time to review the state’s heating requirements. You can find the Minimum Heating Guidelines for workplaces at Law About Winter Heating. Basically, they require heat to be provided ranging from 50-60 degrees in foundries to   …Continue Reading Heat!