I’d like to do it on my own because it’s such a simple repair, and I don’t want to waste their time on something so simple
This week’s honey-do list is fairly straightforward: repair the slow leak in the water tank outside. My guy isn’t really demanding, so when he asks me to do something, it’s usually because it has to be done right away. This apartment is fairly new, and the majority of the equipment works perfectly well, but every now and then there is a rotten egg that must be discarded and replaced. I’ll start with my writing, which takes about two and a half hours, and then I’ll work on the hot water heating system leak and get it fixed. It’s a very slow leak around the connection where the chilly water inlet meets the tank. I need to loosen the water heating unit connection and apply some Teflon tape to it, which should get the Heating and Air Conditioning unit back up and running without any leaks. I suppose I can do it without emptying the tank, and it should only take me a few minutes. If I am unable to complete the task, I may contact the local company that installed it to see if they can dispatch a Heating and Air Conditioning technician to assist me. I’d like to do it on my own because it’s such a simple repair, and I don’t want to waste their time on something so simple. My friend and I bought a propane boiler from them, and it works perfectly except for a slow leak that leaks a shot glass of water once a week. In conclusion, tackling the slow leak in the water tank outside is a manageable task that I aim to handle myself, but if needed, I’ll reach out to the local company for assistance on this minor repair.