Do you call a priest, or a Rabbi to religiously put the cover on? Burn some
incense, say a few prayers, and sprinkle it with holy water?
Now, I'm wondering. A condensor cover ceremony. That could involve a whole
variety of different things. Maybe close to funeral rites, and rather
somber, and dark. Bit of a procession, some ceremony and then lower the
cover over the beloved condensor unit.
Enquiring minds want to know.
Christopher A. Young
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My system is a Lennox model. The company that installed it for me (a
very reliable and reputable company, btw) strongly urges me to keep it
covered in the winter. (I live in Kansas, where the winters can be
quite vicious at times.) Covering it keeps leaves and other debris
out, thereby facilitating cleaning coils, etc., in the spring and, as
the serviceman said, it also helps keep "critters" from sneaking into
the unit and making their homes therein during the winter. Lennox
makes a tailor-made cover for the unit, and I religiously put it on
the unit every winter. No problems.