Despite how often it is required in life, I am not a patient enough man to sit in waiting rooms. When you go to the dentist, there’s a waiting room. Your family doctor? A waiting room, but some of the worst I have ever encountered have to be the waiting facilities you are expected to stay in in any branch of the traveling industry. Train stations, bus stations, airports; they’re all guilty of this in my experience. Without fail, their temperature control settings are never set to a comfortable temperature for the clients who are stuck there for hours waiting on their transport. There is little to no cooling at all, with the A/C either off or set to barely run in order to save the company a few bucks. Then, with so many people sitting around in a hot room, body odors start to grow. With the smell and the heat, the air becomes unbreathable, but if you step outside for some fresh air and the occasional relief of a cool breeze you could wind up missing your announcement and ride. Such poor indoor air quality is a breeding ground for sickness. If someone nearby so much as sniffles I know I should expect to develop a cold of my own within the next few days. I constantly attempt to leave the home at the latest I possibly can, where I can sit in the comfort of the air conditioning, but if you do not arrive unreasonably early there is no guarantee you’ll get processed in time to be permitted onboard. It’s a simple fix, simply increase the air conditioning and perhaps even install an air purification system to enhance the air quality further. I doubt they’ll be quick to make the necessary changes customer comfort any time soon.
When I was growing up I was a huge fan of figure skating, I loved the choreography, the drama, the storylines, and the power these athletes have and show. I always dreamed I’d grow up to be a one of them, alas that was not to be; see I have a honestly precious autoimmune disease that eats away at our muscle mass so I regardless of how hard I work out I will never look like one of those graceful skaters performing in the ice. I will always be a huge fan though and take advantage of watching others every chance I get. Recently I went to an arena down south with several of my friends and we were so excited for the show. I had great tickets only a few rows back and was having an amazing time with a couple of friends who came with me, however a few minutes in I started to notice this boiling hot air coming over us. At first I thought it was just because there were a ton of people at the show but then I looked up and noticed this giant vent pointing down at us. “It must have been there HVAC vent” I thought as I left my seat to find someone who could hopefully turn it down. It was uncomfortably hot and I could practically see the ice melting. I was able to find someone who actually worked at the arena and as soon as I told them they checked the thermostat to find it had been altered. They were thankful I had told them because it can be very dangerous for the skaters if too much water ends up on top of the ice.
When I was growing up I was a big fan of pro wrestling… I loved the choreography, the drama, the storylines, and the huge muscles the men had. I always dreamed I’d grow up to be one of them, however alas that was not to be; see I have a entirely rare autoimmune disease that eats away at my muscle mass so I regardless of how hard I work out I will never look like one of those jacked monsters getting into the ring. Regardless I will still always be a fan and enjoy the matches. One year I was finally able to see a match in person and even though I was excited I had a hard time keeping warm. The match was held somewhere called the Cow Palace, I guess they called it that because they would also hold rodeos there. Anyway, I had good tickets only a few rows back and was having an amazing time with a couple of friends who came with me, however a few matches in I started to notice this frigid air coming over us like a fog. At first I thought I was hallucinating, but we were in the Cow Palace which was down in TX. Soon enough others began to complain of the same thing when I looked up and noticed this giant vent pointing down at us. “It must have been an HVAC vent” I thought as I left my seat to find someone who could hopefully turn it down since it was on full blast. I was able to find a manager who told me the thermostat on the a/c unit was set by the proprietors and they couldn’t change it.
I simply love going to large sporting events and my favorite is pro wrestling. I love everything about it including the choreography, the drama, the storylines, and the men full of muscles. As a kid I used to dream of growing up to be one of them but that was not in the cards. I have a rare autoimmune disease that eats away at my muscle mass so I regardless of how much I workout I will never looked like one of those guys in the ring. I will have to settle for the life of a fan. Last month I had an opportunity to see a professional wrestling events at our local Coliseum. I was excited to see the many stars that I had watched on television for years in person. It was at this place called the Cow Palace. I believe they called it that because they would also hold rodeos there. Anyway, I had fantastic tickets only a few rows back and was having an amazing time with a couple of friends who came with me, however a few matches in I started to notice this cold air coming over us like a fog. At first I thought I was hallucinating. We were in the Cow Palace after all which was down in Texas so we felt like it should have been warmer.. I looked up and saw a giant vent pointing down at us. “It must have been their HVAC vent” I thought as I exited my seat to find someone who could hopefully turn it down. It was blasting hard. The director told me the control unit on the air conditioner was set by the landlords and he couldn’t change it.
When I was growing up I was a big fan of all things pro wrestling! I loved the choreography, the drama, the storylines, and the big guys full of muscles. I dreamed I’d grow up to be one of them. However, that was not to be. I have a rare autoimmune disease that eats away at my muscle mass so I regardless of how hard I workout I will never looked like one of those jacked monsters getting into the ring. I will however, always be considered a superfan of the sport. An opportunity to attend one of the pro wrestling matches at our local Coliseum and I couldn’t pass it up. I was so excited to actually see some of my favorite performers in person. I bought the tickets as soon as they went on sale and got some really good seats down close to the ring. I live in the southern part of the country so I expected the Coliseum to be air conditioned, but, not to have it freezing cold. When we got to our seats and settled in to enjoy the event I couldn’t help but notice that the HVAC system was blowing directly on us. My friend started to complain that he was really cold and I try to say that it should get better once more people arrive. After all, body heat plays a big role when it comes to the temperature of a room and they probably had the temperature set lower to compensate for the thousands of people that would be at the arena. However, as the event began it just seem to get colder so I left my seat to try to find someone to turn the system down. The supervisor told me the temperature control on the air conditioner was set by the property owners and he couldn’t change it.
When I was growing up I was a big fan of all things pro wrestling. I loved the choreography, the drama, the storylines, and the big men full of muscles. I always dreamed I’d grow up to be one of them. Alas that was not to be; see I have a very rare autoimmune disease that eats away at my muscle mass so I regardless of how hard I work out I will never looked like one of those jacked monsters getting into the ring. I will always be in the mode of fan unfortunately. This one experience I had when I went to see a professional wrestling card was much more chilling than most. It was at this place called the Cow Palace. I think they called it that because they would also hold rodeos there. Anyway, I had good tickets only a few rows back and was having an amazing time with a couple of friends who came with me, but a few matches in I started to notice this cold air coming over us like a fog. At first I thought I was hallucinating. We were in the Cow Palace after all which was down in Texas, but sure enough others began to complain of the same thing. I looked up and noticed this giant vent pointing down at us. “It must have been there HVAC vent” I thought as I exited my seat to find someone who could hopefully turn it down. It was blasting hard. The manager told me the thermostat on the air conditioner was set by the building owners and we couldn’t change it.
When the we were younger, we would spend hours on end outside playing especially during the winter. When you live in a region that has long snowy winters, you learn to appreciate things like sledding, skiing, and even ice fishing. We lived on seventeen acres of land and there was a lot of steep hills to play on and a pond for skating. We would also build tunnels and forts under the snow. Our front yard was a battleground for snowball fights with snowmen as sentries. One of my most comforting memories as a child was coming inside, frozen from being outside so long, and stipping off all of amy wet clothing. I would then rn and sit on top of the vent for the HVAC system and enjoy the warmth of the hot air washing over me. My brothers and I would fight over the vent in the kitchen because we wanted to be closer to the hot chocolate and snacks. After I had warmed up completely I would then place my boots, hat, and gloves on the heating vent to help them dry. This meant that they too were toasty warm when I went to put them on next, and who doesn’t appreciate that feeling? As an adult, I looked for a home with the same type of heating and cooling system. I have such fond memories and I want my kids to have the opportunity to make those memories too. My HVAC system is top of the line and I even had an extra vent put in the kitchen so they kids don’t have to argue over who gets the one closer to the hot chocolate.
My heating system is about four years old, so I didn’t suppose scheduling professional HVAC repair was necessary. The furnace only runs for only a few months a year, so I expected it to operate reliably without me paying for a supplier to make adjustments. I am conscientious about filter changes and always takes the time to wash the air vents. This past fall, however, when the outside temperature dropped, my furnace was had a few complications. I bumped up the control unit, assuming the furnace would start right up plus run perfectly. Instead, it made a horrible grinding sound, produced me little heat, and spewed dust throughout the house. I hoped that this was simply a symptom of the initial start up plus it would job out the troubles after running for a while. Unfortunately, my concerns for my furnace worsened when I got my monthly energy bill, it was ungodly high. I finally called for furnace repair, only to find that every supplier in my area was super stressed handling heating method malfunctions. I had to wait over a month for an HVAC appointment with a local HVAC company, plus by that point, the furnace was barely now working at all. The Heating plus A/C supplier checked the heating method plus informed me that the inner now working were totally jammed with dust. The buildup blocked airflow, causing my furnace to overwork and run for longer cycles. Because of this, the furnace had entirely overheated, resulting in a hairline crack in the heat exchanger. Since a heat exchanger is more valuable than a total replacement, I needed a whole new furnace. Because I hadn’t kept up with servicing my HVAC unit annually, the warranty on my furnace was no longer applicable.
After completing my Master’s degree in Book Sciences, I knew I had to hurry along plus find a job in my desired field if I was ever going to escape the mounting debt from my long education. Unfortunately, this whole scenario was inconveniently timed for me due to the drastic economic recession. Basically everyone was hurting from it, and no matter which exact job one was specialized for, you had to be gleeful with any single position you could get, for me, this meant becoming a hired server at one of the local dinner hot-spots. It was legitimately tiring for me plus I felt over my head. The hardest part however was just dealing with the continual air quality fluctuations; Our dining section was both indoors plus outdoors. Inside was well supplied with AC plus it is always comfy, but sometimes there were times when it was actually sizzling outside and the Heating plus Air Conditioning system felt even a little overbearing. There is something wild about the contrast between the control component setting of 68 inside plus the outside temperature of 98 degrees that actually takes a toll on your body. I think that the a/c inside also tends to totally dry out the air. I think that is official business with climate control systems, but I have heard guests complain about the Heating plus Air Conditioning system settings the moment they set foot inside the establishment. It’s not that the settings of the control component are actually too out there or extreme, however the immediate change when entering makes the a/c system quite overwhelming occasionally.
After completing my degree in Borders Sciences and Management, which took myself and others many extra years to do, I knew I had to hurry and find a good task working in my field if I was ever going to manage to escape the mounting debt I had built up around myself. However, this whole scenario was inconveniently timed just along with a drastic economic recession and essentially all the young people were most hurt. No matter what line of work you were in, one had to be ecstatic with any single job you could get. Now, for me, this meant becoming a server. The hardest thing for me was dealing with the constant air quality fluctuations. Somehow our dining section is both indoors and outdoors, so inside you can count on the air conditioning system and it is generally pretty comfy. Occasionally, when it is really far too overheated outside the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system might even be a little overbearing. However, something about the contrast between the indoor control device setting of 72 degrees and the outside temperature of 90+ degrees really takes a toll. Of course, the air conditioning system inside also manages to dry out the air. I think this is usual with weather conditions control systems, although I have recommended to the owner/boss that if she were to incorporate a humidifier into the HVAC system everybody would be happier. I have heard many guests complain about the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system within seconds of stepping foot inside. It’s not that the settings are undoubtedly too extreme, simply that the immediate change felt upon entering makes the whole air conditioning system a bit overwhelming sometimes.