The following day there were about six HVAC technicians in the office cause a ruckus.
I work for a very large IT company and we have about three hundred employees that work in the office. Recently, a terrible storm came through our town and really cause a lot of devastation. Many people had damage to their homes and other property. It was hard to drive around town and see everything after the storm had passed through. A read a news article that about 10,000 people were without power for over two weeks. I was not able to go to work during that two week period because my office was one of the building that lost power. I finally got an email from my boss saying that the coast was clear and we could return to work, I knew it was not going to be easy going back after having two weeks off. However, I did not expect it to be so bad. Apparently our HVAC system was completely not working, I walked into the office and a wave of warm air hit me like a ton of bricks. I asked my boss if someone should call a local HVAC company, but it looks like we are going to have to replace the whole heating and cooling system. The following day there were about six HVAC technicians in the office cause a ruckus. It was so loud and hard to concentrate on my work that I asked if I could work from home. Luckily, my boss agreed that everyone was allowed to work from home until the HVAC system was replaced. I am happy I can work in silence and with a working heating and cooling system.