It’s a bit surprising to learn that the very first modern electrical air conditioning unit was invented in Buffalo, New York. What need did they have for cold AC up in the tundra? Still, that’s where the first air conditioner was created in 1902 by Willis Carrier. It was not the cheapest air conditioner.
The Evolving Air Conditioner
You would think the first private home to have air conditioning might be in Naples, Fort Myers, or Sarasota, Florida – but, no, it was the home of Charles Gates in chilly Minneapolis in 1914. He didn’t have the cheapest air conditioner either.
Post War High Tech AC
But, air conditioning was by no means cheap in those days – it was a luxury – and in fact, in 1945, an engineer named Robert Sherman invented the portable, window A/C unit that cooled, heated, dehumidified, and more. Where was this? In icy Massachusetts of all unlikely places.
The Cheapest Air Conditioner of All
Air conditioners have improved greatly over time and these days, every home comes equipped with one. So, which is the cheapest? Is it Carrier? Trane? Rheem? Bryant? Is it another brand?
Actually, we’d have to go back before 1902 to discover the cheapest air conditioner. Cleopatra certainly knew, as she had slave labor fanning her with giant palm fronds while she ate peeled grapes. So, since the cheapest air conditioner only works for the Queen of the Nile, we suggest you fill out our handy free evaluation form. Then, a friendly Tech-Rep can come to your home and perform a professional evaluation for the perfect air conditioning equipment to save you money. We’ll make sure that you have an affordable system that cools your home just right.
Call or contact us online TODAY, because we all know it’s hard to survive in Southwest Florida with palm frond fans (even if they are the cheapest air conditioner).