Air conditioned storage sheds get more expensive with new king air conditioners

  • September 8, 2021

King Air Conditioning said it would start charging customers for air conditioned storage buildings that store air conditioning.

The move comes after King Air conditioned more than 5 million air conditioner units across the country.

King also said it is adding additional storage for air conditioning units.

King said the changes will start this fall.

King Air conditioners typically have an installed air conditioning capacity of more than 30,000 square feet.

King has installed more than 2.4 million air conditioning systems in the United States, up more than 3 million units since its air conditioning business began operating in 2016.

King is a big buyer of air conditioning equipment, and has invested in a new air conditioning system in the King Center for the Performing Arts.

The King Center will replace King Center’s current air conditioning unit, and the new system will be larger, with an estimated capacity of 100,000 to 110,000 sq. ft., the company said.

King added that its new system includes “safer and more efficient” air conditioning technologies that will allow the King Air to achieve the same level of air quality and comfort that it enjoys at its other facilities.

King had about 5.3 million airconditioner units installed globally in 2017, up from about 3.4 in 2016, according to the company.

King expects that number to rise this year to 5.5 million units, with more to come.

The company said it will be able to keep the price of its air conditioning units at the same price they are today, but it will not provide a sales price for them.

King says that air conditioning customers can expect to pay $4.49 for a unit in King Center or $4 per square foot in King AirConditioner.

King will start charging for air condition, heat and water, and lighting.

King’s air conditioning storage units can be bought for as little as $2,000.

King’s King Air Condenser will be available at some of its King Center locations in January 2019.