Companies that install air conditioners in trailers include Camping World, American RV Company, Arlington RV Supercenter and Caledonia RV Center. Camping World installs all of the products it sells, including the Coleman-Mach 8 Cub air conditioner, the Dometic commercial-grade model, and the Penguin II high-capacity air conditioner. Camping World RV centers are located across the lower 48 United States. The company offers special prices and promotions for Sam's Club members.
American RV Company serves customers around Los Angeles, California. As of October, 2015, the company charged $225 to install trailer air conditioners, not including the price of parts. It specializes in servicing appliances by Coleman, Atwood and Dometic. Arlington RV Supercenter, which is located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, specializes in trailer air conditioning. The company is staffed by certified and master certified factory-trained RV technicians.
Caledonia RV Center, in Caledonia, New York, employs factory-trained RVDA-RVIA master certified technicians and provides air conditioning installation for pop-up campers, travel trailers, fifth-wheel trailers and motor homes. The facility's repair bays can accommodate vehicles of all sizes, and the technicians can repair any type of air conditioner, including basement air conditioners.
Affordable RV Service & Repair, which is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, services and installs Dometic, Coleman, and Atwood air conditioners. This company accommodates fifth-wheel trailers, motor homes, RVs, tent trailers, car haulers and horse trailers. It installs replacement parts from its inventory, and also installs parts provided by customers. Other services include free parts research and pricing and free upgrade estimates. Occasionally, ARVRepair.com lists special deals, such as discounted air conditioning replacement installation and reduced prices on air conditioning models.