When the temperature dips and you’re ready to get your hygge on, an ice-cold apartment with no thermostat in sight can really kill the mood. Luckily, though, you have options (other than piling on the layers and wrapping yourself in every blanket you own). First, put in a call to your landlord. There are often regulations about what sort of heat they are required to provide. For example, in New York City, building owners must provide tenants with at least 68-degree heat between 6 a.m.