Thermal R&D Exhaust Launches New Website

Thermal R&D Exhaust Launches New Website

Thermal R&D Exhaust's new website features a user-friendly responsive design and fingertip navigation on mobile devices. Customers can easily view photos and product information, including horsepower graphs depicting increased horsepower after installation.

ThermalRD-screenshot.jpgThermal R&D Exhaust has launched a new website at thermalrd.com.

Based in Lancaster, Calif., Thermal R&D Exhaust started in 1983. In 2012, Bloom and Wilkerson Enterprises joined Thermal R&D Exhaust founder Chuck Asher and his team, expanding the company’s size, product offerings and capabilities. Today, the company manufactures performance exhaust systems using high-quality T304 stainless steel for the aftermarket industry, including for enthusiasts at all levels seeking to improve their vehicle’s performance.

Thermal R&D Exhaust’s new website features a user-friendly responsive design and fingertip navigation on mobile devices. Customers can easily view photos and product information, including horsepower graphs depicting increased horsepower after installation. Plus, the new website features an e-commerce platform for customers who wish to buy direct from the manufacturer.

Thermal R&D Exhaust President Matt Wilkerson said, “Our focus is on not just providing high-quality products, but on service during and after the sale. By adding the functionality for customers to make secure online purchases direct from our website, it demonstrates our commitment to giving our customers choices when it comes to buying our products. We also believe this will ultimately be a boost to our distribution partners by creating exposure and demand for the new products we are launching.”

Thermal R&D Exhaust product also can be purchased from local dealers, or through one of the company’s online retailers.

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