December 2016

3 Ways How Online Ordering From Airflow Can Save You Time and Money

Are you getting pressured by your manager to maximise sales and profits? With forecasts in the construction industry increasingly uncertain, this can prove to be a daunting task. However, there is a solution that can save you time and money so you don’t get overwhelmed and can focus your efforts on the running of your business. Online ordering from Airflow has been designed to save you time and money in the following three ways:

  • Speed up your ordering process
  • Maximise sales opportunities
  • Increase profit margins

How does online ordering from Airflow speed up your ordering process?

Online ordering from Airflow is available to all of our trade resellers. It was set up to reward you for being a loyal customer and to improve your account management. Once you have created your online ordering account, you are able to order directly from the Airflow website. It’s as easy as:

  1. Log in
  2. Select the products that you want
  3. Checkout

You don’t have to call customer services, send a fax or rely on your account manager to place your order. So your account manager can spend more time looking after your needs rather than selling to you and you can focus your time on your business rather than ensuring that your orders have been place correctly.

How does online ordering from Airflow help you maximise sales opportunities?

You are able to be more responsive through this service. You can place your order with just a few clicks rather than having to rely on other people to place the order for you. With the Quick Order Pad that comes with your online account, it’s even easier to place your order.

Furthermore, your account saves your order history. This allows you to quickly reorder your most frequently purchased products, as well as adding additional products to the order in just a few clicks. All you need to do is enter the product code and the quantity that you want for them to be added to your basket.

By placing your customer’s order in just a few clicks, the service you offer to your customers will improve. This will reduce the risk of your customer going elsewhere and losing the customer to the competition.

How does this service improve my profit margins?

Online ordering is designed to improve your experience with Airflow and one such way it does so is by offering you discounted prices on a huge range of Airflow products. These improved prices are permanent and grant you greater flexibility with the price, at which you can offer our products to your customers.

Furthermore, preferential treatment is offered thanks to your account. You are able to take advantage of the exclusive flash sales on our products throughout the year. These flash sales offer incredible reductions on our products which aren't available elsewhere.


Online ordering from Airflow is available to all our trade resellers. This was set up to reaffirm our commitment to you and to streamline your ordering process. Your quick and easy to create account enables you to take advantage of reduced pricing on a huge range of products, reorder with just a few clicks and exclusive limited time offers. You are also informed about changes to our products or the regulations before anyone else. In an increasingly competitive environment, why wouldn’t want to be ahead of the curve?

Five Top Tips to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

Air pollution is making the news due to the effects it has on human health. Over 480,000 premature deaths a year are due to air pollution in Europe with 49,000 coming from the UK. Did you know that the air in the UK is so polluted UK has the highest rate of asthma in Europe and is currently failing to meet air quality targets to reduce its carbon emissions by 20% by the year 2020?

This problem isn't limited to busy cities, as although new British homes are incredibly well built and provide excellent insulation, they are virtually airtight. This airtightness has led to indoor air being up to 50% more polluted than outdoor air.

The following tips can help you combat the issues of indoor air pollution and improve the indoor air quality in your home:

  1. Take your shoes off at the door. Believe it or not, this simple act prevents dirt and dust amongst other things being trailed around the house. General living means that the dirt can easily turn into airborne pollutants which can exacerbate allergies and even cause respiratory problems.

  2. Using wood flooring where possible. Wood floors are easier to clean than carpets and, unlike carpets, don’t trap dirt and hair which can trigger allergies and cause respiratory problems.

  3. Minimise drying your washing indoors. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are found in detergents and can irritate the lungs. By drying clothes outdoors, were possible, it provides the opportunity for the VOCs to dissipate and reduce their impact on your health.

  4. Minimise condensation in your bathroom or kitchen. Everyone likes a steamy bath or a hot shower, however this causes a lot of excess moisture to develop in the room. If this moisture isn’t controlled and swiftly removed from the room, it can lead to mould developing in the area. This will affect your health as the spores can trigger allergies and will also affect the health of the property.

  5. Ventilate effectively. There is a wide range of options available to you which ensure that excess moisture and pollutants are swiftly removed from your property (and in some cases prevented from entering). By ensuring your wet rooms (kitchens, bathrooms and toilets etc.) are properly ventilated, you ensure that excess moisture isn’t given the opportunity to develop into mould and damp which can negatively impact both the health of the fabric of the building and the health of you and your family.