Air Conditioning Systems Market Size To 2020: Church in Missouri loses expensive air conditioning system to theft

The police sirens in Saint Louis, Missouri went pretty loud this week when a theft of an air conditioning system cost a church about $25,000. For Market Research Report on “Air Conditioning Systems Market” Visit – Star Bethel Baptist Church had a new A/C unit installed a few months ago, but discovered over the weekend that the chains on the unit were cut and that two units were gone. The team at Star Bethel Church in North St. Louis says they bolted, chained and fenced in the air conditioning units on the side of their building at North Jefferson and Palm, but even that didn't stop crooks from taking the units and all of the wiring in the middle of the night. Reportedly, it seemed like they used bolt cutters to get the AC unit out, according to the church administration at Star Bethel. Furthermore, they emphasized that the single unit cost so much money because it was meant to support large masses at the church. It was noted that it would take them quite a while to recover the amount unless the thief was found with the AC intact. As difficult as insurance companies are to deal with hopefully a holy house wont face as much trouble as most customers do. So far, police don't have any leads on who may have stolen the air conditioners. Church officials say they are going to take even more security steps this time around and hope that investment pays off. Woods says they have filed a claim with their insurance company and are hoping that because they had taken steps to prevent the theft, they will be reimbursed and have new units by the spring. Air Conditioning Systems Market Size Source: Grand View Research