I can imagine this being especially challenging during the hottest months of the year, so I told her that she should speak to her landlord about this air conditioner rule
My acquaintance began a commercial meal prepping company last year and it’s been quite the hit! She makes all sorts of healthful, yet delicious meals, plus her prices are pretty affordable all things considered. I am also a chef and I have been thinking about opening a food truck. She gave me a tour of her place of work to see my reaction to it. One of the biggest annoyances about her work space is that the a/c is controlled by a very cheap landlord. The landlord makes her turn off the a/c when she leaves for the afternoon, and this is a grievance of hers because it gets kind of hot overnight. Because she is storing food there, she feels it is counterintuitive to turn the air conditioner off for any amount of time, so that nothing spoils. Luckily, she has powerful refrigerators and freezers so nothing has spoiled yet, but it would still be helpful for other dry goods that are left on the counter if the a/c stayed on. The other thing that is annoying about the a/c being off is that when she arrives the next day, She has to wait for the air conditioner to make the room comfortable again. That means that she is hot and perspiring as she tries to get everything ready. I can imagine this being especially challenging during the hottest months of the year, so I told her that she should speak to her landlord about this air conditioner rule. It doesn’t make a lick of sense to shut down a commercial a/c every single evening. There are better ways to try and save money.