Mogic considers

With the combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots
We are promoting a new era of company management.
We hope to share part of this process with you in this corner.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane

2024.04.16

stick one's neck into trouble

Whenever I have a little free time, I help maintain the equipment, whether it's in my office or someone else's room.

We started this project by replacing the faucet with a shower head.

Unlike electrical work, it does not require a license and can be easily started, but the main drawback of the plumbing system is the small work space.

You can finally see the water hose when you poof open the lower door of the sink, take out a large amount of stuff, turn over and slowly slide in head first to the back of the sink.

I relied on the light on my phone to check the hot and cold water connections, determined the durability of the water line, and took a quick snapshot to check around the nut that secures the water valve from below, and then settled down for the first time.

After allocating a replacement faucet online, matching detailed specifications one by one, and finally determining the price, the replacement procedure is envisioned.

However, when we actually try it, we often struggle more than expected because the old water valve may have unexpected joints.

Phew, I don't know how I got into this mess, but I am trying as much as time allows to do what I can to be useful.

I'm going to look into this or that and try to do what could be done in an instant by asking an expert.

Putting your own hands on it is also a risk you are willing to take.

What if the old faucet rusted out and couldn't be removed? What if the replacement doesn't connect properly? What if the water leaks at a later date? What if the damage caused by the leak spreads to the surrounding area?

You may think that I am getting involved in something totally troublesome.

From a business standpoint, this is a matter that should be covered by hiring a specialist for unfamiliar and time-consuming work.

That's true, but it's not just about construction, but also about work and management.

Everyone thinks it looks like a hassle, so it's worth a try.

So I did it, and wow, it's a different kind of hassle, and that's hard to get rid of.