The building manager said it was allowed, which would be the best thing to do to get some a/c.
The neighborhood where I chose to live after university was quite charming. It was by the beach, plus I never had to deal with the brutal winter storms back home ever again. It felt wonderful to always be in the sunshine wearing shorts plus sandals rather than winter boots plus heavy clothes. But, here life was a bit more expensive since many people had the same method to live in this town. Since I only worked part-time, I rented a small home that wasn’t that good. All of us always had issues that the landlord took forever to handle, including the a/c. Imagine being in the middle of the summer time plus the a/c in the whole home fails. The building manager always told me his hands were tied, plus the responsibility to service the faulty a/c was in the landlord’s perview. He always took too long to bring in an Heating plus Air Conditioning worker to service my air conditioner, which left us feeling so uncomfortably hot. One day, I asked the building’s manager if every one of us could install mini-split ACs. I knew it was best to ask before making any major changes to an home I didn’t own. The building manager said it was allowed, which would be the best thing to do to get some a/c. He was un-biased plus said the landlord prioritized a different project plus would take long to service the faulty a/c. He didn’t have to tell myself and others twice. I went ahead to make an order for a small mini-split AC that would keep our small space cool plus relaxing all summer.