My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: Colorado
So I have lived in a new apartment for just over three months. The building is small and was built in the 1930's, so everything is very old but for the most part well maintained. As the summer month cool down and we head in to winter, the air gets cold fast. For the first cold weeks the heat never came on in any of the three radiators in our unit. We were told that they don't turn on the boiler until the beginning of October, regardless of how cold it gets outside. Well now the boiler is supposedly on, but heat doesn't ever come out of the radiators. We have contacted our property manager each time that this has happened, and she has sent someone out to look at our unit. She claims that no one else in the building is complaining and that we are essentially just winy people. They have replaced some damaged parts of one of the radiators but the heat still doesn't come on. We complained again today and her response was that this isn't the building for us, and if we would like to we can break our lease and move out. But we don't want to move. We like the building and the neighborhood. We just want to be able to turn on the radiators when it gets cold and have heat come out. On top of all of this we are paying an additional $35 a month for heat. What can I do legally?