You’re going to make mistakes

When it comes to DIY projects, our brother is something of a fanatic. In spite of his apprentice-level knowledge with trade skills, he actively takes on any project that professional corporations deem “user friendly”. To deliver him credit, he has successfully replaced toilets in both bathrooms of his house, plus only caused a major water leak a single time! Most recently though, he was sold on buying plus installing a ductless mini-cut plan for his house. As soon as his official Heating plus Air Conditioning service corporation said it was within the realm of opening for our brother to install it himself, he quickly gathered the tools, purchased the plan components plus got to work! Still, it was only a few minutes into his installation that our brother called me, asking to help him with the “heavy lifting”. When I arrived, our dear brother told myself and others he wasn’t sure how large of a hole he needed to make in the wall to push cables through. He explained that the ductless mini-cut plan simply needed the user to bore a hole through the wall, through which the necessary cords would pass plus connect to the indoor air handler. Honestly, he didn’t absolutely need our help anyway – he just wanted a fresh set of tools to make sure he wasn’t chopping a hoops-sized hole in the wall. More often than not, our brother just wants someone to gloat to as soon as he successfully finishes another project. We’ll see how much he loves to gloat when he screws a single of these projects up someday!

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