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Q & A: What heating/cooling capability does a landlord have to provide in tennessee.?

Question by : What heating/cooling capability does a landlord have to provide in tennessee.?
I am looking for information on landlord requirements in the state of Tennessee.

Does a landlord have to provide Heating?
Does a landlord have to provide cooling/ac capability?

Citations and sources are very appreciated.

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Answer by the kid
Must provide heating (same everywhere)

Does not have to provide AC (the only place in the US where A/C is mandatory is a couple of counties in AZ)

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2 Responses to Q & A: What heating/cooling capability does a landlord have to provide in tennessee.?

  1. R P

    The landlord has to provide a working source of heat; he is under no obligation to pay the cost for the source to produce heat.

    He is under no legal obligation to provide AC.

  2. Commentator1981

    Depends on the municipality. For the most part, states do not have requirements specifically for this, but the city or county in which the rental property is located will have housing codes that should address heating/cooling requirements. Heating is a necessity, I know that; but air conditioning most likely will not – regardless of state.

    Contact your local governmental department that handles housing; most counties and cities have a housing department.

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