Failure to do so would lead to stuffiness and other poor air quality issues in the house.
When the company we work for started growing, everyone was excited. We have a great boss and he assured us we would also benefit from the growth. I’ve been working for him for about 5 years, and he was one of the few people who didn’t slash salaries during COVID. Our boss also agreed we work from home until it was safe to return to the office which was great. See, at that time, we were located in a small office and didn’t mind it before the pandemic. But, after COVID, being so close would become an issue healthwise. Fast forward to late 2021, it was time to return to work and our boss informed us we were moving to a new building. It was an old renovated place that he’d bought with so much space. But, that first week back at the office was hard because the air was stuffy. We had to complain about the stuffy air in the building to our boss and he promised to have it checked out. It turns out when you renovate a space, it’s also important to upgrade the commercial HVAC system. Failure to do so would lead to stuffiness and other poor air quality issues in the house. An HVAC team came to the building and worked on reconfiguring the duct runs to suit the new set up. This was one way to ensure the building was no longer stuffy, and also check that the commercial HVAC was in excellent working condition. They also have to do extensive duct cleaning and sealing to guarantee better air quality in the bigger space.