US Airconditioning Distributors, Inc.
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he Hub is 110,000 sq ft and includes 10 acres of outside storage. The Hub will also include a full service Parts & supplies store. The Hub will stock the complete line of York, Luxaire & Coleman equipment from 1 to 60 tons and will have Rapid delivery & Crane service.
New parts store opens in Peoria, AZ
20,000 Sq ft Parts store & warehouse opens in Palm Desert with a large yard for stocking of residential & commercial equipment.
12,500 sq. ft. parts store in Deer Valley, Arizona
US Airconditioning Distributors switched from its Carrier and ICP brands to York brands for all of its territories except for northern California and northern Nevada. US Airconditioning Distributors continues to be a Bryant distributor and an ICP distributor for those areas.
n June of 2007, US Airconditioning Distributors was given the opportunity to distribute York in all of its locations except for northern California.
In October of 2006, John Staples and John Scarsi had the opportunity to purchase the York distributorship in Florida. The two John's took advantage of this and formed a new corporation called Florida Air Conditioning Distributors. The original York distributorship had 3 branches with under 50,000 square feet. Within 8 months Florida Air had increased to 13 locations and over 500,000 square feet.
The Pameco branches purchased were located in several key locations in Northern California. This enabled the company to handle the new customer base in Northern California without a long startup phase. As a result of these most recent events, the company officially changed its name from SCACD, Inc. to US Airconditioning Distributors.
In 1997, US Airconditioning Distributors made another acquisition, again with the cooperation of Carrier Corporation. US Airconditioning Distributors acquired the Carrier Intermountain branch of Carrier Corporation, which was headquartered in Salt lake City, Utah. The distributorship, which included a branch in Boise, Idaho, has a large territory covering most of Utah, Idaho and parts of Montana, Oregon and Nevada. As a result of that acquisition, US Airconditioning Distributors sales increased in 1998 to over $200 million.
Purchased Payne brand distribution from Carrier Corporation
Carrier approached US Airconditioning Distributors and suggested that they look into buying the Day and Night Distributorship from Bell Industries in Southern California. After several meetings with Bell Industries executives, US Airconditioning Distributors completed the acquisition of the Day and Night brand distributorship from Bell Industries in July 1993. Additionally in 1993, Carrier approached US Airconditioning Distributors again with the opportunity to buy the Payne brand distributorship from Carrier Corporation. The distributorship, located in the City of Industry, was headquartered in the building right next door to their existing operation. In September 1993, US Airconditioning Distributors purchased the Payne brand distributorship from Carrier Corporation. As a result of these acquisitions, US Airconditioning Distributors had employment of approximately 200 people, 17 branch locations and sales of slightly under $100 million by the end of 1993.
John Staples and John Scarsi purchased Carrier Southern California, forming SCACD, Inc.