The dance studio’s heating device

I manage a dance studio that offers dance instructions to children as well as young adults with special needs. It is a fulfilling job to be able to teach the special student the cool ways their bodies can move. I teach Ballet, tap, as well as jazz. Some of the students have a form of autism that makes it distracting to be around loud noises. Last Sunday day I opened up our dance studio, and as I turned our cooling unit on, I realized it was making loud noises. I tried turning the temperature control down lower, thinking that would eliminate the abrupt noise. Twenty minutes later the cooling unit  was still making a loud  noise. I knew our dancers would be negatively affected by this distracting. I didn’t want to cancel dance, so I decided to turn the cooling system off. I called a Heating as well as A/C professional, as well as made an appointment with him to inspect our heating and cooling system. He planned to come out after our first class on Monday. The air quality was a little on the hot side, but we got through the day without air conditioning. I apologized to the parents, as well as told them about the cooling problem. Everyone was undoubtedly understanding. The Heating as well as A/C professional showed up on time as well as looked at the cooling unit. The Heating as well as A/C professional soon found the problem, as well as fixed it right then and there. The a/c was soon blowing cool air throughout the studio. The dance students let out a sigh of relief, and the air quality cooled down. Air conditioning is crucial, especially in a dance studio.

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