When can the landlord turn off the heat in Ontario?
Also asked, what is the legal temperature for tenants in Ontario?
One may also ask, what temperature do landlords have to turn on the heat? Landlords are required to follow the temperature guidelines below: From 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., the indoor temperature must be at least 68 degrees if the outside temperature falls below 55 degrees. The temperature must be at least 62 degrees between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., regardless of outside temperature.
Correspondingly, when can you legally turn off the heat?
Heating (Minimum temperatures) If the weather outside means that apartment units are 21 degrees Celsius without heat, property owners and landlords can turn the heat off.
When should the heat be turned on in Toronto?
Heating (Minimum temperatures) If a building has air conditioning, the Property Standards Bylaw requires that they turn it on between June 2 and September 14. But, if it is hot outside, landlords can turn it on earlier as long as the building does not go below 21 Celsius.