Airflow Developments has relaunched its website, which has been redesigned and made more responsive. It can now be navigated on smartphones, tablets and PCs.
Developed with ease of use in mind, the website boasts compatibility on tablets, smartphones and laptops. Airflow aspired to improve the navigability of the site, to ensure that its users could gain access to relevant product pages, stockist functions and search tools by making fewer clicks.
The company believes that selecting suitable ventilation solutions is key for domestic and commercial applications. Its website supports this, offering specification guidance, technical support and selection software to assist its users where necessary.
The site also offers full access to BIM product downloads, 3D drawing files and specification sheets. Comprehensive information on relevant regulations, such as ErP, has also been included.
The website incorporates a new blog page, which allows Airflow’s team to discuss current industry issues and topics, such as the benefits of good indoor air quality.
As the new, responsive website can be opened and used on portable devices, users can access specialist information and advice for effective ventilation wherever they are, at whatever time.
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