We know that not every HVAC system looks as good as a Trane. Sometimes you have to hide a unit that looks bad or is just in the way. Cleverly hiding your HVAC unit with the following tips can make your home look more beautiful and increase its curb appeal. Just be sure that whatever you choose, your covering is far enough away from your unit so it doesn’t compromise air flow or efficiency.
If you’re looking for a modern design, look no further than this geometric screen from Dream Products. Available in green/white or brown/white, this screen adds a pop of design to any closed off unit.
This greenery screen is a great way to hide your unit with a touch of nature. The faux ivy netting mimics a hedge, so nobody will know what you’re hiding. It’s also really easy to clean—just spray it down with your hose. Keep in mind that you’ll need to build a fence to attach it to first.
For those looking for a cottage feel, this charming wicker screen will do the trick. This Target find is made from steel and resin, so it’s extra durable to stand up to all kinds of weather. It’s also powder-coated to resist rust, mildew and fading. Additionally, the structure is flexible and can be arranged in a variety of ways to suit your liking. You will need to assemble it, but it’s freestanding so you don’t need to attach it to another structure.
If you are more the simple type, this wood screen from Bonanza is a straightforward covering that will be sure to add some texture to your yard. It’s easy to assemble and it is hinged, so it’s easy to set up. It also comes in four different colors: brown, natural, white and grey.
If you’re not sure the best way to conceal your HVAC unit, contact a Trane Specialist at Long AC today. We can provide advice on best practices, and perform a maintenance check to ensure your system is running smoothly behind the screens. Contact us today at 844.386.7040 or at https://longac.com/contact/.