Glad everyone cleared that up!
Must say, I was trying to figure out why/how someone was determining the temp of the water in the toilet.
And since they poster didn't say "when washing hands" it wasn't even clear HOW the temp was being determined. All better now!!!
Gee... we have the same issues... our sink water is warm only so many days a week, but I haven't been able to link it to the temp in the office. Might have to monitor that and see if there is a connection there.
In my office, I wish the temp was set at about 74 in the summer and about 76/78 in the winter. I'm often wearing a jacket in the office, sitting on my hands trying to warm them a bit so I can move them easier, and going outside on breaks just to warm up. I believe the outgoing airflow for the AC is right over my desk, which is bad enough, but then my co-worker sitting across the aisle from me has her own private sauna/heat waves going on internally and so turns on her fan on her desk, which blows across her, hits her computer, and ultimately blows across my keyboard/desk area too. She is trying to be considerate, so I can't fuss at her... it's not her fault that they designed these cubicles like they did and that she can either have the fan blowing straight past her out of her cubicle (and thus straight into mine) or blowing across her from behind, which then has the natural air flow of hitting the pc, turning, and blowing across to me. She will turn it off if I ask, so I try not to ask unless i absolutely have to, as she's just as miserable being hot as I am freezing.
What I believe is occurring... is that the temp control (and registers) are in limited areas. Our building is built into a hill, so part of it is underground, while parts are not and have windows and such. My cubicle is underground, but the temp monitor is out in the front of the floor, where there are windows, and thus is warmer. The ground keeps our section cooler, and we wouldn't need the AC on, while those in the front of the same floor have windows and heat, so need to combat it with the AC. This is repeated on the second floor and then the top floor has no underground section, all exterior walls with windows, and between heat rising and windows allowing heat, they are warm most of the time and thus run their AC the most. I believe that the temp is set for the BUILDING, and not by floor, and thus, my cubicle temp is determined by those sitting in offices on the top floor with windows and heat. Luckily, I can run off to the 2nd floor to visit co-workers and warm up periodically, but I dread coming back to my desk afterwards, because I know I'll freeze. Today, as an example, I'm sitting with jeans, long sleeved shirt, and wishing for a jacket. Have sat on my hands at least twice during this typing. I'm wearing close-toed shoes to further conserve my heat. Yet when I go outside today, I may wish to have short sleeves. Oh well....