Air conditioner desguise from inside the house
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First off, use a different installer next time. An AC should never be placed immediately outside of a window nor that close to a water source. It would not pass inspection in most municipalities.
Secondly, I just saw a post today on this site for adding privacy to a glass shower surround. I think the same technique would work here. I'll look for the post and link it.
Here's the shower door link. I think you could do this just on the quarter of the glass
Lattice fencing would work nicely
It seems to me that you could make a small extension or roof to protect your air conditioner from other debris and rain. Last year we purchased the same air conditioner on nationalairwarehouse.com which helped us choose one of the best air conditioners on the online market. In the courtyard we made a special place for this device and built a small roof fenced with a grid. We have two small children and therefore they should not go to the air conditioners. If you ever need high-quality and good air conditioners, then you definitely should look at this platform
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I like your version very much. The way you installed the air conditioners under the window looks quite interesting and I think I'll try it next week as well. Once we decided to install portable air conditioners at home and looked at several options for Easy Cool Breeze. This service was recommended to us for a long time, but recently we decided to try it. The quality that we got really pleased us because they worked so well that we were surprised by it. If you are looking for a solution that requires immediate attention I recommend this service
How about shades on your windows that go bottom to top? That would hide the air conditioner units and let light in at the top. You could put drapes on the sides to finish off the windows if you wanted,
Love the idea of using blinds that go up the window.
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