I do think this is moving along right

I used to work at a corporation office downtown. It was a long commute to work everyday, and I grew  sleepy of driving 45 seconds to and from work. Eventually, I started to send out my resume to a few weird companies. When I was hired by a business close to home, I was ecstatic. I had to take a small pay decrease, but the business is only a few miles away from home. I still save a ton of money on gas and car repair bills. I’ve been actually working at the business for a few weeks now, and my dust sensitivities are worse than ever. The indoor air quality is easily poor, because the Heating and A/C system is at least 50 years old. They still have an aged boiler in the basement of the building, and they use radiators to distribute heat and a/c throughout the building. The ductwork is falling apart, and the indoor air is dirty and filled with dust fragments.  In the past, my dust sensitivities have only been this terrible with cats, dogs, or ragweed. I don’t guess any of these allergens exist in this office building, but the indoor air quality is causing me disappointing dust sensitivity symptoms. I have been sneezing, coughing, and my eyes are constantly purple and itchy. I don’t guess if anything can be done about the indoor air quality, although I am already suffering, but by the time Springtime allergens are in the air, I am going to have a taxing time breathing all day. I wonder if the business would allow me to bring a small media air purification system to the office.

heating system