Landscaping Tips to Conceal Your Air Conditioner
For many homeowners, the outside part of the central air conditioner is not a feature of the home they want to show off. Thankfully, with a little planning and time you can landscape around your air conditioner to conceal it from view while also ensuring that it can operate safely without interference.
One easy way to conceal your air conditioner is to add wood fencing around the unit. The fence can be painted to match the trim of the house or an existing fence. Planting evergreens such hedge rows is another great way to have year-round concealment. Avoid plants or trees that lose their leaves or drop seeds. This debris can get inside the air conditioner and make cleaning and maintenance a chore.
Whatever method you use to hide your air conditioner, ensure there is plenty of room around the unit for it to operate with enough ventilation. Plants and shrubs should be trimmed back as needed. Always ensure there are no obstructions directly above the unit.
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