What can I do if my landlord won't replace my boiler and I have no hot water? What is a reasonable time frame for it to be fixed?
I contacted my landlord at the beginning of May to inform her that my boiler was acting up and I had no hot water, 2 weeks later after much nagging from me she sent round a plumber who told her in front of me that it could not be repaired and she needed to replace it, That was on the 15th May......today I still have no hot water, I bathe cold which is quite distressing (we have no electric shower either) and have to boil my kettle repeatedly to bathe my 4 children, occasionally the water will run hot for a few seconds but that is not sufficient to run a warm bath for my kids. What can I do? I asked her again today about replacing the boiler and she said she will get to it but she has court costs and other expenses to pay which are crippling her. 2 months on I am still waiting. I am still in the 3rd month of my 6 month probationary phase of my tenancy and am worried that if I nag too much she will not renew and I will be left high and dry. What can I do reasonably and legally??
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