My five-year interior decor job exposed me to many more careers than I’d expected when I started. From having contact with plumbers and woodwork professionals to knowing almost every AC technician at the local cooling corporation, I have been everywhere, but it makes my work easier. I have done several garage home offices, but most are simple interior design works. The most challenging, however, needed me to find the clients a quality HVAC unit for the space. The space was separate from the main house, where they used a furnace and an electric heat pump for air conditioning, and they would need more than the window. Since I knew nothing about HVAC installation, I had to call the a/c worker from the local indoor comfort business. The cooling specialist recommended installing a ductless mini-split system because the space was small. I had no reason to disagree since it fit our budget, and from everything explained to me, it would be enough. My client wanted to keep them with one wall of storage cabinets. That left the space above the door an excellent place to install the unit. The a/c professional agreed with my suggestion and got to the installation. My work was done once I was sure we had the right equipment and installed a digital thermostat to help with indoor comfort, and the interiors were done. The rest of the air conditioner tune-up work would be on the client. The only thing I was sure about doing was to book them for an air conditioner service where they’d be taught how to care for the unit.