I own first floor condo. Upstairs condo had Carbon Monoxide and turned off water heater and boiler. The Owners upstairs and Board hired a chimney sweep and supposedly fixed that problem. Having said that, my condo downstairs, the water heater continues to blow out from high winds and rain which happened 2 yrs prior to the aforementioned. I have had many HVAC techs come into my condo with no problems found inside my unit. They have all said it is coming from the roof stack both units share causing a down draft or something in above unit's portion of the stack. The Unit Owner above is wanting to put in new boiler and water heater. The Board said, "it has to be approved by Board" - Nothing in ANY documents, contacts, bylaws, etc say this. The Board is only meeting "virtually" due to Corona Virus and am unable to communicate to them. The Property Manager is giving me no answers. What recourse do I have? I have had now 3-4 days of no hot water, with this happening often. I have sent emails to Property Mgr regarding this issue (no hot water) so she has a record of this. The upstairs unit was a rental unit owned by a company. Advice, Pls. Live in New Hampshire. Thank You.
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