An even greater Heating, Ventilation, and A/C challenge is faced by the owners of strip joints.
The challenges faced by bars and nightclubs just to stay in corporation were formidable even before the Covid-19 pandemic. Aside from several “dive bars” that appeal to the solitary drinker looking for an escape from the stresses of life, bars must maintain an image as the place to be and supply a comfortable and safe environment for their customers, if food is served, the staff is taxed with maintaining standards of cleanliness and hygiene that are frequently checked by public health agencies. One incident can destroy a reputation absolutely abruptly, then now, establishments that survived are faced with how to comply with social distancing, mask-wearing, and capacity restrictions all aimed at stopping the spread of the virus. A bar’s Heating, Ventilation, and A/C system plays an crucial position in keeping customers comfortable enough so they stay to order that next round. If smoking is allowed, the aroma of the tobacco must be directed upward to ceiling vents that will keep it from imposing on non-smokers. If food is sold, the heat from the kitchen will stress any air conditioner trying to keep bar customers cool on a tepid summer time night. An even greater Heating, Ventilation, and A/C challenge is faced by the owners of strip joints. These sites hire beautiful scantily clad independent companys to entertain and amuse attendees of bachelor and bachelorette parties plus other solitary shoppers. Social distancing has genuinely changed the concept of the “table dance” but I’ve often wondered how the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems in such sites keep the less dressed comfortable plus those wearing sport coats and suits. I told my wife that my research into this matter required that I carry several dollar bills, although I don’t think she fell for my story.