Residents at the Estancia Del Sol Apartments know how hot it's been for the past few days, they have no air conditioning.
One resident sent us the picture of the temperature.
"The heat in my apartment is 90 degrees right now, I have a picture to show you, it's 90 degrees," she said.
So how hot can it get inside? "We moved in a week ago, it is at least 100 degrees at night," she said.
How does she feel about the situation?
"Excuse my language, I get pissed every day, I ask the managers ever day and they do nothing," she said.
The owners have threatened tenants with eviction if they speak out.
"They have threatened to evict us if we talk to the news media," she said.
But that did not stop Roger Cunningham from speaking up.
"It was 101 degrees in my apartment, my bedroom," said Roger Cunningham.
The interview was apparently too much for the staff at the complex, they called us into the rental office and tossed us off the property.
Inside the office though the staff are enjoying a comfortable 74.5 degrees. Quite a difference from what the residents who pay rent have to endure.