I hope someone can help me. I just had a new high efficiency York Affinity furnace installed with a York 3S 13 seer AC unit. The furnace was installed on the first floor (as I have no basement) with two 2 1/2" PVC pipes coming out the side wall of my house for intake and outtake. My problem is that the pipes are about 10 feet off the ground between the first and second floor and stick out like a sore thumb on the side of the house. The two PVC pipes exit the top of the furnace and run 8 feet straight out (in the ceiling) and then exit the side of the house. The first pipe has a PVC 90% elbow joint attached to it pointing down and the second pipe has a PVC 90% elbow pointing up with a 12" straight piece of PVC pipe and the ends with another PVC 90% elbow pointing out away from the house. If it helps the pipes are 8" apart horizontally where they exit the side of the house before the PVC elbows are attached. I have contacted my installer but he says all I can do is paint the PVC to make it blend into the house better but I am looking for a more aesthetically pleasing solution. Is there a vent kit I can but and install for these pipes or is there any other solution someone could suggest. I have read through many of your threads and can tell that there is a wealth of knowledge and experience in this forum. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!