Last month Infratech welcomed a new Director of Sales, David Arnold, to our headquarters in Southern California. Over the past year we have worked side-by-side with David on a consulting basis to implement customer surveys, create instructional materials, formulate strategies for training our customer segments and to refine our company values and train our staff accordingly.
Remodeling a room or building a new space takes a lot of time, energy, and thought. Technology will never replace the creative process of design, but fortunately it can make it a whole lot easier. We’ve rounded up three of our favorite iPhone apps for architects and designers, whether you’ve misplaced your surface level or are trying to communicate a color scheme to clients.
At Infratech, we collaborate with leading architects, interior designers and engineers to provide low-profile, energy-efficient heating systems that blend seamlessly into a property’s décor. With their classic, understated style, our versatile black W-series heaters have long been best sellers among our clients. Now, in response to customer demand, we are pleased to announce the latest addition to our line of heating systems – the Infratech Slimline Shadow single element heater.
Joan Grabel’s unique, eco-conscious landscape designs have made her a favorite on HGTV and throughout Southern California. As the owner of award-winning Los Angeles-based landscaping firm Park Slope Design, Grabel uses her background as a visual artist to create appealing outdoor spaces that emphasize natural resources, energy efficient features, and drought tolerant plants.
Thanksgiving decorating – like dinner – is all about celebrating the bounty of the harvest season while still reflecting the holiday’s simple message. Simple pleasures like sweet, crisp apples, brightly-colored Indian corn, and changing leaves all signify that the crisp air of autumn will soon be replaced by the winter chill. Whether you’re hosting Thanksgiving outdoors or simply looking to welcome your guests with some seasonal color, décor should be simple yet stunning. Best of all, these easy-to-make DIY outdoor decorating projects will help hosts top their tables, trim their windowsills and deck their doors without cutting too much into precious culinary prep time.