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I am a new landlord with a 3 unit building in Chicago. Each unit has its on gas line and meter. The 1st floor apartment's furnace is located in the basement along with 1 hot water tank. The first floor unit's gas bill is 3x the amount of the other units. The previous seller said it's because the entire building's hot water is connected to the 1st floor unit. I don't understand how that is possible and what the remedy is.
Thanks in advance.