Hiding the window unit AC

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

When my relaxing friend and I are house on the weekends and at evening, my relaxing friend and I often only use the window unit A/C in the living room and the living room, if it is a really hot day.

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

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