Hiding the window component AC

When you live in a home with a window component AC, you can’t help but look at it as well as think “that sure is an eye sore.” Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of pros to having a window component AC, but for example, our weekly bills are below average each month because the window component A/C doesn’t take up too much energy to operate; When my friend and I are not home, there is no need to cool the home so my friend and I turn the window component A/C off for most of the day.

When my friend and I are house on the weekends as well as at night, my friend and I often only use the window component A/C in the living room as well as the entryway, if it is a absolutely warm day.

For the most part, having a window component A/C in a small home in a warm region is fine, but there’s nothing that I feel like I am missing from having a central heating as well as cooling system, but i like being able to control the amount of energy my friend and I use on a weekly basis. The greatest downfall of the window component A/C is the way that it looks. I am consistently trying to subtly hide the window component A/C with a curtain or a piece of art that can be really moved around. I don’t know why the window component A/C has to be so ugly, but it ruins the theme in any room. With some attention to detail as well as a little creativity, you cover that ugly window component A/C for when you’re not using it or having people over.

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