If you want to get to know how to do something well, it’s vital to start by doing it poorly.
In other words, don’t expect to be brilliant at something the first time you do it.
Success comes from failure. When you do something wrong, it helps you figure out how to do it right. Nothing is an upgrade for experience. It doesn’t matter what line of work you are in, or even if it’s a hobby, you just have to do it, have fun with it, and hope to get better over time. As for technical precision, especially in HVAC repair, it can be costly to do something wrong. If you are learning how to hammer nails into wood, you can practice all day. But fixing the circuit boards of a smart temperature control is a peculiar matter. Heating, Ventilation, & A/C systems are usually delicate. They are also costly, so the best way to learn on this job is to watch carefully and take numerous notes. When our senior Heating, Ventilation & A/C tech is showing us how to do something, we will often whip out our smart phones and video the entire process. This way we can rewatch it later, to make sure we understand every area of the process for fixing that Heating, Ventilation & A/C systems. A mistake on our part can cost the customer, or the Heating, Ventilation & A/C corporation, hundreds or thousands of dollars, so being cautious is essential. At home and on the weekend we do have some outdated a/cs we got from the city dump that we can practice on all we want.