Instead of keeping official hobbies care about normal people do—be it painting, cooking, or practicing an instrument—I spend my free time reading to maintenance everything around the apartment myself. I have learned basic wiring techniques for installing new lighting fixtures plus even repaired various p-traps in my 2 bathrooms. I even took up soldering Last month in hopes of repairing a single of my laptop monitors at some point in the near future. But when it comes to my heating plus cooling system, with all of the expensive parts plus components toiling in tandem, I am afraid of touching anything myself. Obviously I change my air filter alone however I was curious if it was safe for me to flush my condensate drip line without supervision from an Heating plus Air Conditioning worker. So when I was getting routine maintenance this week, I asked my worker to show me whatever type of maintenance I can do myself with my heating plus cooling system. Not only did she show me how to properly flush my drip line, but she also taught me how to take apart the lid on my condenser unit outside plus spray it wash with water to dislodge pine needles plus yard debris from the fan blades. When I asked him if I could wash my evaporator coil myself, she advocated against it. The area is seriously fragile plus prone to mangle if you use the wrong cleaning solution plus corrode the delicate metal fins that make up the component. My worker uses this spray cleaner that is designed recognizably for cleaning dehumidifier plus air conditioner evaporator coils. She showed me how she goes about sanitizing these components for mold plus mildew plus provided to wash the coil on my portable dehumidifier in the process. I can’t learn enough DIY to satisfy my endless curiosity.