I easily thought my kid was crazy when she was talking about installing her own Heating, Ventilation, and advanced A/C system in the cabin she just obtained. I was proud that she obtained her own location, but I wasn’t sure if her head was in the right location taking on an Heating, Ventilation, and advanced A/C replacement. First of all, I had to point out the fact that she was no Heating, Ventilation, and A/C technician. She never had any university besides an online Heating, Ventilation, and A/C certification. Anyway, she spoke of the online videos and tutorials she studied to set up a ductless mini split. She said it wasn’t very complicated at all and she said these Heating, Ventilation, and advanced A/C systems could be installed without an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional. I remained skeptical but I told her not to do anything separate from me being there. I just wanted to make certainshe didn’t do something stupid or get himself killed. I mean, I already thought it was foolish she was installing her own Heating, Ventilation, and advanced A/C being a non-professional, even though she was determined to make this happen. I was a little agitated when she first got started with one of the easiest tasks and that was installing the base for the outdoor condenser unit. She just had to make the ground level for the base. I told her she could consistently pour brick to make a level base, even though she just used something she bought from the store that was not expensive. She struggled to make it level, but I ended up helping her out with that. She did alright with everything else surprisingly, though I was sad at times, especially with the electrical work. She finished the replacement though, and it worked well. I think it wasn’t such a terrible plan after all, even though her Heating, Ventilation, and advanced A/C warranty is absolutely void.