With a new website packed with social media hook-ups, Triple A Air Conditioning (www.dfwairconditioning.com) said it can now get closer to its customers and provide quick response to their questions about air conditioning and furnace repairs and installations.
There’s a lot riding on a website that’s working for a business. It has to convey brand and professionalism, communicate the right message, and engage visitors. Every detail plays a role, from the logo to the text to the design and functionality.
Rinnai Corp. announced that it has enhanced its online presence with the launch of a digital resource center and blog called “Think Tankless.” Rinnai said that Think Tankless provides it with a new way to share tankless-related information with potential customers, while enabling site visitors to post comments and questions.
In an effort to better communicate its position as a leader in the high volume low speed (HVLS) fan industry, MacroAir announced that it has transformed its company brand identity and launched a new website.
Victaulic has announced the launch of its redesigned website, which the company said features optimized search functions, customer profile options, and ease of access to product information, and will showcase Victaulic projects around the world.
WaterFurnace International Inc. announced WeDoGeo.com, the company’s new online selection software site. The new platform was designed to aid applied commercial manufacturers’ representatives by combining technical equipment selection, equipment pricing, construction submittals, and order entry in a single online portal.
North American Technician Excellence (NATE) has redesigned its industry website, www.natex.org, to provide easier access to information about certification, valuable tools, and industry resources, said the organization.