And, unless you're the owner/partner, be prepared to be bitched
at when they see it. Use it to make a point. Thermometer
readings are always good evidence, as is aking the boss to stop
by when it's hottest there and cooler elsewhere.
| Try this for a day or two; just put a piece of newspaper over
| air vent - the suction will hold it. It probably will make you
| No One wrote:
| > I work in a large sized office room and I have a question.
| > heating season, usually, it gets hotter than hell in here,
but on days
| > when it does feel comfortable to me, everyone else is cold.
| > is roughly 100 feet by 50 feet. Everywhere else in the room
| > "air flow" with the outside surroundings, so I don't think
| > get as hot as I do. There are six ceiling vents that the
| > from. I am located in the only corner where there is no
| > vent above me is off, but it still gets way too damned hot,
| > vents are on. There are two return air vents, one is by me
and one is
| > in the other corner of the room. If I block my return air
vent will it
| > help me out by cooling my area down? It seems like the heat
| > else just gets sucked to my area and will not let up! Is
this ok to
| > try or could it cause a major problem? Thanks.