Bathroom ceiling leak at labor leads to ductwork complications

I really love where I work.

It’s low key, I don’t have many coworkers and there is no drama.

I know that a drama free place of employment is what contributes to the overall success of a dealer… The sizable picture of a supplier is formulated through the attitudes and labor performance from employees. This is genuinely not the case at where I work, everyone, works hard, gets rewarded for what they do and no one complains about their work. The other afternoon my two coworkers called out of work, so it was just me in the office. I heard a really odd noise coming from the bathroom in the back room. I thought someone had snuck into the office and was trying to petrify me, when I turned the light on in the back room I saw a puddle of water. I looked up and the ceiling was leaking! I called the landlord of our office building and he sent a roofing supplier over. The roofing supplier was able to service the leak but when they took some of the ceiling tiles off they saw that the water had run into the ductwork! Therefore my landlord also had to call the local HVAC dealer. The HVAC supplier showed up within a half hour. I showed them the leak and they did an inspection on the ductwork. The HVAC serviceman said that my pal and I were blessed that the metal sheet ductwork was sealed so tightly. If the ductwork wasn’t sealed as tight, the water would have seeped into the ductwork, causing severe complications that could lead to mold and immediate replacement and cleaning of the ductwork.

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