I own a 2-family house in NJ and rent the 2nd floor. When the family moved in, the central air conditioning unit was in good working condition. After some time the AC stopped working, so I purchased a new unit for the tenants. Now their 2nd AC unit is not working.
I have had the same AC unit for many years and it is still in good working condition. I believe the tenants are abusing the AC, by setting the temperature too low and having it run 24/7 (even when it is below 70 degrees outside). The pipes have frozen over several times.
If they are breaking the AC unit, I do not feel I should have to keep paying to fix or purchase new units.
I have a rental's agreement/contract, but the AC is not mentioned in it.
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