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History

Bermuda Air Conditioning Co Inc. Established 1963.

A few highlights from 1963.

Cost of Living in 1963

  • Yearly Inflation Rate USA 1.24%
  • Year End Close Dow Jones Industrial Average 762
  • Average Cost of new house $12,650.00
  • Average Income per year $5,807.00
  • Gas per Gallon 29 cents
  • Average Cost of a new car $3,233.00
  • Loaf of bread 22 cents
  • Bedroom Air Conditioner $149.95
  • Average House Price $3,160
  • New Ford Cortina $675
     

In The News

  • Kennedy Assassination.
  • Beatlemania.
  • Studebaker Ends Production
  • Pope John XXIII dies on June 3rd
  • First US State Lottery in New Hampshire.

In 1963, Harry Henderson also started repairing air conditioning and heating systems from a small building on Bermuda Rd. in Ferguson, MO. As time went on the business grew and they moved to Hanley Rd not far away. The business slowly grew and business was good. Then in 2007, the city decided it needed the property more than Bermuda did. They took the property by eminent domain and Bermuda was forced to move. They found the building on Graham Road and that is the current location.  We are proud to have been a Carrier Dealer for over 40 years.

Bermuda Heating & Cooling Accepts 40 Year Carrier Dealer Award

When not hard at work serving our customer's heating and cooling needs, the team at Bermuda Air Conditioning Co Inc. loves to frequent our friends at Paul's Market. Paul's Market is a friendly neighborhood meat market. Their hot lunch and deli are fabulous. Don't miss the BBQ.  They have a huge BBQ pit in the back that runs 24/7. Not only do they sell groceries and meats they also sell pellet BBQs for home use.  Our team was happy to help Paul's Market celebrated 50 years in our community.  Stop by, you won't be disappointed. 

Paul's Market Celebrates 50 Years
Paul's Market serves fabulous BBQ and Deli Specialties

After work, our crew loves to tinker with model helicopters.  Check out the first test flight of the ARMATTAN Quadcopter. It still needs some tweaking, but overall it flies very well. I would like to thank Bill and Charlie for everything they did to get this quad in the air.