Removing debris from the HVAC unit

The best thing about my beach house is undoubtedly the backyard. It’s accented by a pool, grill, and even a volleyball court. While I do enjoy spending most of my time out there, when having company over, I wasn’t too happy about them seeing my sizable, boxy HVAC unit. It just doesn’t look the least bit desirable. I understand that it needed some area to breathe, so I got a lattice that fits my style and overall beach beach house aesthetics to cover the outdoor unit. I made sure to speak with the manufacturer so that he could suggest a good size for the enclosure. This is a cool, little design that I find works well as it prevents the sizzling air blowing out of it from being trapped since the covering has holes. This was also an ideal solution because it prevents the unit from overheating. I really do not want to be paying my good money for any upgrades. Speaking of money, my mother keeps nagging and telling me that I could be saving even more money if I just planted some greenery in front of the unit. Since she’s been telling me how to do things all of our life, so I decided that just this once I’d do what I wanted to do. Besides, I’m more of an artsy-fartsy kind of girl, and my decision offered our backyard a modern touch. When putting the cover on, I had to ensure that it was easy to remove. I did not want to be denied service from my heating, ventilation, and A/C expert or make him or her have an unnecessarily difficult time performing any maintenance or repairs to my outdoor air handler unit.

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