One building I do maintenance in is a 6 story building with standard AC and baseboard heat. The baseboards are wired 4-6 heaters in series per thermostat. That sounds ok before they build offices and walls after, which means some heat is controlled by other locations, ie, a cold cubicle turns on a heater in a walled office. We are currently working to add thermostats and give heaters discrete control. Problem is, I know we are wasting monumental amounts of energy cause the AC runs year round. I walk into a cubicle at 75 degrees, and there is someone in flip flops with a space heater on, which we make several trips resetting breakers cause these whiny babies won't put on their clothes and act like it's friggin' DECEMBER PEOPLE! The AC stats open VAVs that are blowing on large areas. Does anyone have an idea what we can do to try and get this AC off when it's single digits? These people won't listen to their own safety commitee and get rid of the space heaters, which they are glad to go run and buy, but ***** when we tell them to go buy a fan if they are too hot.