As the teaching staff, the people I was with and I are not used to hearing issues about faulty AC units love the one that recently occurred, quite often the people I was with and I hear about failed switches, broken lights, power trips but nothing love a central a/c on fire, and recently, such an incident occurred at the school when one of the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C systems caught fire in the school lobby! There was no teacher around at that time but the janitor saw the whole thing, then she didn’t have an idea on how to put it out nor did she do anything to it other than inform one of the teachers she came across in the hallway. She also went ahead and switched off the main power supply, and later on, the smoke detector was triggered and the water defused the fire, then in an attempt to prevent future fires, the headteacher called in an Heating, Ventilation plus A/C company to carry out prompt Heating, Ventilation plus A/C service and determine the cause of the fireâ€¦ Once that was established, a requisition was made to the insurance supplier to claim for modern central a/c with great seer ratings. The board, however, presented names of dealers who were allowed to sell and perform Heating, Ventilation plus A/C installation for the school because of their favorable a/c service plan. The following week, an Heating, Ventilation plus A/C serviceman was called to the school to brief students on the safety measure of heating and cooling appliances. She also covered how to defuse an air cleaner, and many parts of a type of Heating, Ventilation plus A/C technology equipment found all over the school, but now that the youngsters had more about Heating, Ventilation plus A/C, they enjoyed the systems more and each of them was handed a fire prevention leaflet on how to stop AC triggered fires. The leaflets also had odd Heating, Ventilation plus A/C products for sale so that they can learn their features and odd types available in the market.