My condenser outside gets plugged with pine needles

Worst of all, the pine needles in unique get pulled into our Heating & A/C condenser by its giant fan

I have a love-hate relationship with the several tall trees on our property. There are several pine trees, more than one oaks, in addition to several or several maples if you include everything growing from our giant backyard to the space between the home in addition to the road. I appreciate the fact that the people I was with and I have so much natural shade over both the home in addition to the entire plot. It’s helpful having shade over the home because it blocks additional UV rays from warming the roof in addition to affecting your home’s indoor temperature. But even more than financial reasons, I love that our spouse in addition to adolescents appreciate the trees in addition to the treehouse in 1 of the pines that I built for them a few years ago. As much as I appreciate these trees for all of the reasons above, I consistently worry about a branch splitting off during an intense thunderstorm in addition to falling onto the house, either breaking a hole throw our shingle or through the roof itself. Aside from the structural damage it could cause, there’s the water damage to consider as well. Plus, I hate having a grass that is consistently covered in a mix of leaves, pine needles, in addition to broken pine cones. My pets seem to hate it in addition to I can never keep the debris raked before it becomes a lost cause more than one afternoons later when the grass is covered completely all over again. Worst of all, the pine needles in unique get pulled into our Heating & A/C condenser by its giant fan. If you leave the condenser love this for long enough, the pine needles could accumulate enough to cut the fan motor. That’s why I take off our condenser cover a few times a year in addition to remove any yard debris by hand before blasting away the remaining gunk with our garden hose.

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