1. We will follow the policy at CONSUMABLES /BULBS ETC

2. Our attorney advised us it is not a good idea to change the terms of the rental agreement for tenant to pay 
    for filters etc as explained below
    "It’s probably in the landlord’s best interest to pay for new filters, as that will extend the life of the AC.

    "It’s also normal maintenance, which is the landlord’s responsibility unless the lease specifically states otherwise. While theoretically        it is possible to add a provision to a lease to shift repair responsibilities to tenants in exchange for a reduction in rent (1) special              lease language must be added, (2) code enforcement will still generally cite a landlord who fails to repair habitability items even if a        lease contains this language, (3) frequently tenants won’t repair (or won’t repair well), creating a bigger problem in the future for their      landlord."