New Desert Aire Website Goes Live
Consulting and dynamic resources now available
MILWAUKEE — Desert Aire announced the launch of its new website at www.desert-aire.com. The new Desert Aire website provides consulting/specifying engineers, mechanical contracting professionals, and building owner/operators with a dynamic resource for selecting dehumidification solutions and dedicated outdoor air systems for indoor environments.
Keith Coursin, president, said many of the new website’s features are natural extensions of Desert Aire’s belief that it’s important to listen to customers, and to help them provide quality indoor environments to their building users. “Our overarching goal is to serve our customers. We have tools on every web page that visitors can use to request more information, to ask a question, and to search our resource library,” Coursin said.
Paul Stewart, director - sales, marketing and service, said the new website will also be a great two-way communication tool between customers and Desert Aire’s national network of manufacturer’s representatives. “Not only will customers be able to use the website to learn more about our solutions, they will be able to discuss applications including sizing information in real-time with our Manufacturer’s reps,” Stewart said.
Coursin added, “We want to engage customers and website visitors. In the months ahead we will continue to add content and resources that reflect our ongoing commitment to providing solutions to the HVAC and indoor air quality community.”
Desert Aire Corp. is a Milwaukee-based manufacturer of commercial and industrial humidity and climate control systems. Desert Aire systems provide healthy and comfortable indoor environments while saving energy in a variety of settings including indoor pool facilities, grow rooms, commercial greenhouses, indoor water parks, ice rinks, schools and universities, recreation and fitness centers, office and retail buildings, and water treatment plants.
For more information, visit www.desert-aire.com.
Publication date: 2/1/2017