I am so cheerful that my kids made it through the entire Springtime semester in Tampa without any issues! Over the last few years, my pal and I have dealt with the pandemic and Heating and Air Conditioning issues inside Hillsborough County schools; I can breathe a sigh of relief because I didn’t have to homeschool them for this Springtime semester, last year, I kept them apartment for almost a month because their school had a broken down Heating and Air Conditioning unit, and it took the school weeks before they had the Heating and Air Conditioning machine up and running… When I contacted the school, I was told that the delay was due to supply chain issues and there was nothing they could do to speed up the repairs, the school air conditioning is truly as seasoned as the building, so I understood that parts were tough to come by.
And especially after the pandemic, where a/c and indoor air quality became the focus for several schools, I can only know how much demand that created for the Heating and Air Conditioning industry.
I am just cheerful that the school provided us the chance of keeping the kids at home, which I felt was the best chance for them. I wouldn’t want my kids to lay inside a sizzling classroom, especially not in Tampa where the weather can hover between 85 and 90 on any given afternoon in the Springtime, however having a/c in schools is pressing to the comfort of the students. If my kids are hot, they can become irritable which would lead to them being unproductive. So, instead of sending them to school, I decided to spare the teacher that headache, but as I mentioned, my pal and I had no incidents this year, and I hope that the school’s air conditioning will continue to labor officially for the coming years.