There is a nail salon right around the corner from my house. I have gone there many times, and I don’t mind it because it is so close to home. Also, I have only been there in the winter. When I was there during the cooler months., I enjoyed the fact that they propped open their front door. I thought they did this to enjoy the cooling air from outside, and also to bring fresh air to help with good indoor air quality. Then, I went back the other day. This was the first time I have gone there in the summer. I was shocked to see that they had the door propped open again! It was 96 degrees outside, and they were not using the air conditioning! I asked them if the a/c was broken, and they said no, they just choose to work without it. Maybe some of those people are accustomed to working without the cooling equipment running, but if they are going to stay in business here in the southeastern US, they had better start using the air conditioner in June! Plus, they use a lot of chemicals in nail salons. Those chemicals give off a powerful smell, and if they are going to have good indoor air quality, they are going to need to have the HVAC system filtering out some of those toxins. I, for one, will not go back to that salon until they wise up and turn on the air conditioner. It will help keep the humidity down, filter the air, and most importantly keep customers and employees from getting overheated. Cooling is vital in this neck of the woods!