air conditioner cover
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Central air conditioning units aren’t the most appealing to look at and they tend to take away from the landscape of the home. There are many different ways to hide an A/C unit. The most common practice is to plant shrubs around the A/C. Shrubs can help blend an A/C unit into the natural landscape and provide it with shelter. Here are some tips to use for choosing the correct shrubs and to ensure they are planted correctly!
How to landscape around a central A/C unit
Let’s face it: Despite the comfort they provide inside, outdoor air conditioners can be an eyesore. The compressor needs adequate airflow to work correctly, so make sure there’s at least 2 to 3 feet of space between the unit and any plants or structures. If you don’t have room for a hedge, a trellis for climbing vines will provide shade and hide the compressor.