Air Conditioners are becoming increasingly popular as people continue to move into larger cities, especially in the cities of Austin and Dallas.
The Austin-area tech hub has been one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the country over the past several years, with a growing number of tech startups and tech employees moving to the city.
Air conditioners are a popular way to reduce heat stress for many people who live in Austin, including millennials.
A number of companies have begun to build their own air conditioner factories, including the likes of Air-Conditioning Technologies (AFT) and Airflow.
The Airflow factory is the largest in the world, producing more than 1,200 of the units.
AFT’s factory in Austin opened in May and now employs nearly 150 people.
AFM also opened a new air conditioning plant in the city, and its manufacturing plant is slated to be completed in 2019.
AFTC is a subsidiary of Airflow, which is owned by the same people that own the company that makes the Airflow unit.
The company’s air condition unit can cool the entire city with just a single unit, and the company has made a name for itself as a pioneer in air conditioning technology.
But what does it cost?
Some of the more expensive air condition units on the market are designed to be used in large apartment buildings, and are available for around $3,000 a month.
Some air condition devices can run for as little as $500.
AFTA sells a few models with an air conditioning capability for $1,000 to $3.50 per month, depending on the model.
That price point is well below the price range of most smaller homes and apartments.
Airconditioning manufacturers also offer cheaper units with cooling capabilities for around half that price.
That said, there are also some options that are priced above the $1K mark.
AFTF recently announced it is launching a new Airflow air condition that can cost as little $1.25 per month to run in an apartment.
Airflow’s air conditioning unit can also be installed in smaller buildings for as much as $1 per month.
AFTI has a $3 price point for the same unit.
Other manufacturers are starting to offer lower-cost air conditionering units, too.
The manufacturer of the popular Airflow Air conditioner, Airflow Thermodynamics, has released a new model, the Air Flow 2, that costs just $500 per month for a unit that can cool a single room.
AFTS’ $2.50 Air Flow 1 can be installed for around the same price as the $3 Airflow 1.
AFTH’s $1 Air Flow is the cheapest model that can be connected to a central air condition.
AFTM’s $2 Air Flow will be the cheapest unit available at the end of this month, with pricing set to go down to $1 at the beginning of March.
AFTR’s $3 unit can be fitted with an AC unit that runs for $2 per month or a single AC unit.
These lower-priced units are also available for a fraction of the price of the $4 Airflow units that have become so popular in recent years.