In a world where many people want to get their air conditioning system working, some companies offer the best in the business, others are selling the cheapest and others are struggling to stay afloat.
But one of the biggest challenges for the average customer is the fact that there are so many different brands of air conditioning systems.
The more popular one, the more expensive it is, according to a recent report from Consumer Reports.
So it’s no surprise that the company wanted to make sure its readers know which air conditioning companies are making the most money.
Consumer Reports reviewed the industry for air conditioning products and then found the top three brands on its list.
In fact, the top-ranked companies on Consumer Reports’ list are Protech, which made $1.26 billion last year, and Kiewit, which came in at $1 billion.
While those companies may be on top of the air conditioning business, the report also noted that many people are choosing cheaper, less efficient systems for their homes and offices.
The best air conditioning brands in the U.S.
According to the Consumer Reports survey, there are six different air conditioning options in the United States: Kiewt, Kiew, Protech and ProTech Plus.
All are $50,000 to $100,000 in price, with Kiew offering the cheapest options.
That makes the top 10 cheapest air conditioning units in the country.
That also makes the 10 cheapest home air conditioning and ventilating systems in the entire country.
The top five brands in Consumer Reports are Kiew and Protech.
Kiew makes the best air conditioners at $50 per month, but the company has been struggling to keep up with its competitors.
Protech also makes some of the best-selling air conditioner models in the world, but Consumer Reports found that the Kiew Protech Plus only made $2.49 per month in revenue last year.
The cheapest model, the Protech Protech Series II, made $4.49, Consumer Reports said.
So the top five companies make more money in the air condition business than anyone else.
But that doesn’t mean they’re the most efficient, or the cheapest.
Kefret is the cheapest air condition system in the US, with a price tag of $14.99.
But Kiew doesn’t even make a dime.
The cheapest air conditioned unit at $34.95 makes up only 2.5 percent of the entire air conditioning market, according the Consumer Report report.
The average unit costs $70, according Consumer Reports, so you’d need to spend $1,000 per month just to keep the Kefrets air condition.
Consumer reports also found that people are spending more on air conditioning than they did 10 years ago.
Consumer Reports reported that the average person spends $13.62 per month on air conditioning, down 10 percent from $17.76 in 2010.
But that doesn%t mean the people buying air conditionings have the money to live on for another year.
Consumers are still paying more than they ever have before for air conditionators, according in ConsumerReports.
Consumers spend $15.29 per month for air conditioned homes, which is up 23 percent from the $10.78 per month they spent in 2010, the Consumer report said.
According the report, consumers spend $20.14 on air conditioned gas-fired vehicles, which represents 17.3 percent of their total spending.
In 2010, they spent $15,077.38 on gas-powered vehicles, up 24.2 percent from 2011.
The consumer spending trend is continuing into the future.
Consumer reports found that consumers spent $14,878 on air-conditioning in the 2020s.
Consumer spending has increased 10 percent annually since 2009, the consumer report said, but it is not expected to continue increasing much further in the next 10 years.
Consumer ratings are not a bad indicator of a company’s success.
Consumer ratings for a particular product can be misleading, because the ratings don’t reflect how well the product performs, Consumer reports said.
Consumer rating agencies also aren’t independent, so they don’t take into account the many factors a company is facing in the marketplace, including cost, size of the company, and the overall quality of the products it sells.
Consumer groups such as Consumers Union, the American Petroleum Institute and the American Retail Federation are advocating for a more independent review of ratings.
Consumer groups are also trying to pressure companies to do more to promote and protect consumers.
In May, the U: Consumers for a Fair Economy released a report called Consumers’ Choice, which calls on companies to set a goal to promote a more ethical and sustainable way to sell air conditioning.
Consumer advocates are also pushing for the establishment of a national consumer advocacy group.
The Consumer Reports study found that consumer groups spent $18 million on air and venting in 2016.
That was up 7.4 percent from last year and up 25 percent from 2014.