AC death in the office

I task in a big downtown office building that is respectfully quite comfortable.  The building is equipped with a commercial rooftop heating and cooling plan that is powerful enough to handle any weather extreme.  In our local area, all of us deal with sub zero Winter time uneven temperatures and summertime heat that climbs into the nineties. The commercial Heating, Ventilation and A/C plan operates year round and legitimately maintains an ideal and consistent temperature throughout the numerous offices.  The plan further circulates and filters contaminants out the air, creating a genuinely clean, fresh and healthy environment. Because of the effectiveness of this current Heating, Ventilation and A/C system, we’ve all gotten rather spoiled. I don’t worry about dressing for the challenges of the weather.  Other than when I walk from our car to the building, the snow, wind, rain, humidity and other temperature problems don’t bother me at all. Unfortunately, the Heating, Ventilation and A/C plan malfunctioned in early July. For many days, the cooling system made an unpleasant squeaking sound. All of us all noticed a significant amount of dust floating around in the air and settling on surfaces.  Several of our coworkers complained of headaches and blamed the a/c. Eventually, the cooling plan completely quit. Although the office director instantly called for repair, there was a wait of 2 days for an appointment. An Heating, Ventilation and A/C corporation then inspected the unit, and figured out that many parts needed to be replaced. It took more than three days for the parts to come in.  Because of a long weekend, all of us ended up going without a/c in the office for over a week. The entire building was excruciatingly sizzling and sticky, and everyone was annoyed.