We are building a beautiful outdoor gazebo, and once built our far view to the right will be the attached picture. I would like to hide both pumps, and as much of the pipes as possible. Obviously I would like to maintain comfortable access to it all. The filter is 45" tall to the tip, so that will be tough to hide.
1) An L shaped hedge going around all of the equipment. 45 inch tall, ugly gigantic hedges. Plus having to trim and maintain.
2) Some sort of hand-built wooden box that i could pop up over everything to service, or with 2 front-opening doors. The roof would slope downward for water drain, and I would have to make 3 cutouts for the 3 pipes that stick out - 1 in the front for the irrigation line to the valve, and 2 on the left--intake and return line. Again, it would have to be 45 inches tall which would make it a very big and bulky box. Or, I could make it lower, say 25 or 30 inches, and I could cut a hole on the roof so the filter stuck out of it.
3) Perhaps put up wooden panels used to grow vines, for example, around the perimeter; again, 45 inches tall.
Any other suggestions or thoughts please?