The packaging company was my favorite workplace in ten years of working because it had a good working environment.
If there were any concerns, they would try their best to address them.
One fine morning I found the workers in the packaging area in the lobby. After inquiry, I found out that the heating equipment was not working. Even with all machines, it could get cold in the winter without quality heating. I immediately called the heating business and explained the issue best I could. Initially, the company had an electric furnace then they decided they needed a single heating device that could heat and cool the building. That is where the HVAC professional came in and gave them a few alternatives. They opted for the dual fuel system, a combination of a gas boiler and a ductless HVAC. The commercial HVAC supplier installed the system. However, the production and packaging areas were not connected to the alternate fuel heating due to all the machinery and work going to the units; indoor comfort would be enough. The furnace/heater tune-up was, however, done by the homeowner solutions by a certified HVAC technician. What they needed to prepare for was that, unlike the furnace, the units required heat pump service twice a year. That was, however, not a problem since they had a good relationship with the provider, and it was like they had a heating contractor on standby. The servicemen fixed the problem in a short time, and we were able to resume work. It turns out the unit malfunctioned. Luckily it was just the units in the packaging area.