Dear Resident, Please contact your Building Manager regarding your concerns. We are here to assist you. Regards, Lake Meadows Management
The heat cutting off every few days and staying off at night when temperatures drop has been the most aggravating thing about living here for me. Lake Meadows could rectify this very easily. They have a computer system that is supposed to sense when it's warm enough for the heat to shut off (sort of like what a thermostat does) and cold enough for it to be on. The problem is that the computer system is not compatible at all with the old radiator heating system here and doesn't work properly. To avoid the heat in some apartments shutting off at times and leaving those residents cold and uncomfortable, all Lake Meadows needs to do is disable the computer system and just leave the heat on for the entire winter. It's really as simple as that. This would allow individual residents to shut off the heat valve in their own apartments if they wanted to, but at least have the option to always receive heat during the winter months. Lake Meadows, of course, tries to save money by using the computerized on/off system, which is probably costing them more due to all of the service calls they get from residents reporting the problem of no heat. The bigger cost to them, of course, will be all of the people who decide not continue renting here through another winter.