Tuesday, February 12, 2013
I have been having problems with my health lately and have been sent by our doctor to different medical practitioners to find out why.
Last week on Friday the tenants in our block got this letter from the apartment block's office:
"As many of you know, the air/heat exchanger is not functioning at all. In June of last year some quotes were obtained, however as the expense of the replacement unit is over $50,000.00 and even though we do have the money, the Board still needed to approve the expenditure."
We had been noticing that we felt better when we went out of the building. We knew that the air-exchanger had some problems, but we didn't know that the machine was totally not working. Since we got this letter last week, we have our balcony window open from the time we get up to the time we go to bed. We feel much better. Prior to this letter, we periodically opened up the balcony window to get fresh air.
I am wondering why these Board members can put off putting in the air exchanger when it so important to bring in fresh air to the building. The fresh air comes into the hallways. Each apartment has their own balcony door to freshen up their own air.
In 2 weeks time, the doctors will have the test results back from the previous examinations done by medical practitioners to find out my problems, I am wondering since we got this letter from our block's office, if stale air has been most of my problems.