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What can be done to hide AC refrigerant lines?

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Mary says:
April 11, 2011 at 5:31 pm

Just had two AC units installed about ten feet away from the entrance point to the house, and the cabling looks awful–wide black cables with thinner copper tubing resting on top and secured with tape. no straight line.

What can be done to hide these cables, get rid of the tape securing the copper tubing and gettting a better visual effect when looking at these two units??
asked in Cooling System by darekrudy (21,730 points)
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Hi Mary,
AC lines and insulation don’t have much appeal, they simply serve their purpose. AC condenser installations are usually performed along the side or back of the house to hide them from a direct view, apparently there was no other way in your case.

I’m not sure if I can help you… could you take a couple of pictures of the entire installation and forward it to me so I can have a better feel of surroundings. Thanks
answered by darekrudy (21,730 points)