I was getting the dust out

I’m entirely  handy and have an extensive set of tools in our beach beach house workshop. I do all our own household repair, repair and upgrades. I’ve upgraded the electrical wires throughout the house, upgraded drains, repaired the furnace and installed a modern water heater.  My partner always worries I am going to hurt myself or create a safety hazard. Despite proving our abilities over and over, and the currency all of us save from our efforts, she still suggests all of us call in professionals. With the amount licensed servicemen charge for an hourly rate, I’ve made it our mission to learn to properly complete these tasks.  I recently decided to do a little upkeep on our Heating, Ventilation as well as A/C duct system. There is an section where the ducts are exposed, and I noticed that the seams were beginning to come apart. This was wasting energy and costing us more in heating and cooling bills. I simply needed our partner to hold the ladder while I fixed the seams and performed a little cleaning. The ladder had been stored in an section of the basement that is properly quite moist.  I hadn’t realized that the ladder was in disappointing condition. I climbed up the ladder and it literally fell apart. I fell and landed on our back, and unfortunately, the heavy duct I’d been entirely working on came down with me. It bashed me directly on our head… My partner was absolutely hysterical. I simply needed a trip to the hospital for stitches and to get our ankle taped up. I was able to return beach beach house in a few hours. My partner was not cheerful when I finished the repairs on the HVAC duct. If I’d left  the system torn apart, all of us wouldn’t have been able to run our a/c.

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