The thing about taking the protective plastic shell off the Heating & A/C equipment outside is where to put it.

This is the puzzle I run into every Spring when I uncover the Heating & A/C cabinet. This is the a/c portion of the Heating & A/C equipment. My pal and I live in a region where my friend and I get both extremes when it comes to winter season and Summer temperatures. I think we’re just lucky like that. And the Fall and Spring are brief and particularly just weeks long transitions from chilly to hot. So my friend and I are finally going entire mornings without the gas furnace kicking on at all. And the green has pretty much exploded all over. That’s the signal for me to call the Heating & A/C dealer. They come out each Spring to do the a/c tune up. And that’s why I’m going to spend like two hours today trying to figure out where to store the heat pump protector until the Fall. It’s sort of ironic to me that the winter season prep I do every year ends with me putting that protective shell over the Heating & A/C equipment alongside the house. It has nothing at all to do with saving on the heating bills but it’s an essential part of the winter season prep. My pal and I get lots of snow and ice all winter season long. The plastic shell I put over the heat pump keeps the weight of the snow and ice off of the fan and other delicate components. With what Heating & A/C equipment costs, I’m ecstatic to deal with this dang Heating & A/C cupboard cover today. It won’t be but 3 or 4 weeks before we’ll need the a/c and I’m cheerful to do my part to keep that Heating & A/C equipment in fantastic shape.


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By Steve