Let’s face it. Air conditioning units are not the most attractive part of your home. When you have spent money on landscaping the front and back yard, having an unsightly unit on the side of your house is not flattering. You may be looking for ways to conceal your unit. While you system cannot be completely blocked, we’ve come up with a few ideas to place near your unit to beautify the area around your air conditioning unit.
Add large garden pots
Tall flowers in large garden pots can be strategically placed in front of your unit with little cost and upkeep.
If you are looking for a more permanent option, planting bushes might cost more on the front end, but actually save you time in money over the years.
Build a screen
If you live in area where your HOA will allow you to build a custom screen, you can easily hide the unit behind the screen and eliminate the need to remember to water.
Consider climbing vines
There are many options that will grow on lattices and provide coverage over time.
Add an herb wall
Buy constructing vertical planters you can channel your inner Joanna Gaines and have fresh herbs for cooking all while making a space visually appealing.
Do you have other ideas of great ways to cover up an air conditioning unit? We’d love to hear your ideas. Share your comments with us on our facebook page. At Spencer we are a name you can know and trust. We’ve been serving your neighbors since 1960 and would love to help you with all of your HVAC needs. Reach us online at www.spencerairconditioning.com or contact us at (972) 446-COOl (2665).
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