Somebody please turn the lights off

        Last night I went to see a show at a local superb art gallery, however the section was not too large, however it was approximately 1,000 square feet. There were low ceilings and several bright, incandescent lights, as you know, those type of lights produce a superb deal of heat. The temperature in the art gallery was way too high. The people there to enjoy the paintings were obviously uncomfortable. They were perspiring and wiping their foreheads, while trying to pretend they were not angry! The extreme heat and humidity in that small gallery made it genuinely strenuous to appreciate the beauty of the original artwork on the walls. I felt badly for the young artist, and could not help however recognize how much more pleasant the event would have been if there had been any type of a/c in that section – ideally a centralized Heating, Ventilation, and A/C unit. The cool air that such an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system provides would have completely changed the mood of the crowd. A control machine set at the typical temperature for a crowd of that size and installed by a qualified heating and a/c provider would have made all the difference in the world. If that gallery hopes to sell such fancy artwork, they should unquestionably consider investing in a current a/c. The increased comfort of their buyers will likely result in more artwork sales, and that increase in profits will more than make up for the expense of officially installing such an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system.