I own a karate studio that is located in the basement of a food market. I pay rent to the grocery store owner and I get to use the space. The basement is both great and terrible to use. It is nice that I don’t need to worry about utilities. I don’t have to pay a water bill or anything for HVAC; the building covers it all. But since I rely on the building to deal with it, the utilities are never really that great. I don’t have as many lights as I would like and the bathrooms are totally unpleasant. Also, the HVAC is nothing to write home about. There is simply no AC for my karate facility, which is okay since the studio is in the basement. The basement is naturally chilled so AC installation would just be silly. The heating system is actually needed though because of that fact. The heater for my studio is in an old boiler system. The boiler system heats my studio and In my opinion the grocery store. I useful to think the boiler system is at pretty good shape. Now, not necessarily doing so well. The other day I came towards work and noticed there was water all over my floors. I traced the tank back to the supply closet the place that the boiler system was located. The boiler had a cracked pipe that’s allowing water to spray all over. So I had no heating and then a huge mess. I called the store manager and he sent some guys to clean up the water and patch up the heater. But what within the heating system? I hardly think a patch counts as a heater repair.