Dot Comment Revamps Website With Increased HVAC Inventory

July 9, 2007
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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - announced that it has revamped its website with increased HVAC inventory and a new design. According to the company, it undertook weeks of user testing to ensure that its customers found the Website as easy to use as possible. is one of the largest retailers of Honeywell HVAC controls and Honeywell thermostats.

Julian Arhire of said, “Our intention is to serve our customers in the best way that we possibly can, ensuring that we have one of the largest inventories of Honeywell HVAC controls and thermostats. Thus far we have had great feedback from our thousands of customers throughout the world, and we will continue to improve and evolve in line with their demands."

As a Honeywell authorized distributor of flame safeguard controls, the company has in stock various models of burner sequence controllers, UV / IR flame detectors, flame signal amplifiers, Modutrol motors, pressure switches, pressure and limit controllers, ignition transformers, gas solenoid valves, gas safety shut-off valves and actuators.

Arhire said, "Through selling Honeywell HVAC controls directly to consumers, as well as to businesses, we increase the sheer volumes that we are able to buy. This means that our unit price is reduced and that both our consumer and business customers benefit."

Publication date: 07/09/2007

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