I truly try to be a DIY sort of human.
The problem is, I’m not actually great at it.
I try to learn, but I often fail at all of our intended projects; Don’t worry, that doesn’t stop myself and others from trying our damndest. I’m always frequenting odd online channels for DIY videos and tutorials. I try our best and I often fail. At that point, it’s time to call in the actual professionals who guess how to do these difficult tasks! Recently, I was making an emergency repair repair call to our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C repair shop for 1 of these huge mistakes. It all started when I accidentally wound up on an air quality control YouTube channel the other morning. I was looking into advanced whole-house air purifiers in response to the COVID pandemic. I decided it might be a great program to update our central Heating, Ventilation, and A/C program and install some better air handling devices! Soon, I found myself inundated with DIY videos for Heating, Ventilation, and A/C updates and repair services. A moment after that, I was hastily resting in front of our AC unit with tools in our hand, five minutes later our cooling program was exploded across our back lawn, with tiny pieces of the AC program surrounding myself and others on all sides. I was still feeling certain that I could manage to make the cooling program repair with our trusty guide on the computer. And then our internet failed. Suddenly, our YouTube guide to Heating, Ventilation, and A/C repair was completely gone. My AC was completely disassembled and our heating and cooling information had disappeared. You guess I spent the next 2 minutes trying to find a real AC corporation to repair the cooling program I just broke.