White House launches Dual AC

Owner of Modern Furniture Ashwani Sharma launching White House’s Dual AC at Jammu.
Owner of Modern Furniture Ashwani Sharma launching White House’s Dual AC at Jammu.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Mar 30: White House today launched its dual AC.
The new AC was launched by Ashwani Sharma, Owner of the Modern Furniture in Jammu.
Speaking on the occasion, Ashwani Sharma, who was the chief guest during the function said that White House is fulfilling the needs of every household by providing them the products with wide range of appliances.
They started their business on April 25, 1996 and at present they are the market leaders in the field of electrical appliances.
While giving the more details about the new launched AC, Ashwani Sharma said that this is for the first time in India that the technology which is being used by the UAE, where the temp always remain near the 50 degrees centigrade, in the processors of their AC, so that they never trip and give better performance when the temp notches up to 50 degrees.
“We are using the same technology in our AC, which is specially designed to perform in summer and winter seasons, meanwhile, to make it more effective, we also use latest technology in our stabilizers. Which also give better power to the AC in peak summer season,” said Kamal Mahajan, owner of the White house Industries.
We are a leader in all type of electronic appliances and are manufacturing Ceiling fans, Desert Coolers, Heat convertor, Batteries, Oil cool Transformer, Automatic Voltage Transformer, Mono Block Pumps, RO Water Filters, Alkaline RO Water Filters, Mattresses and UPVC Pipes for construction of the buildings.
At White House we have more than 500 committed employees. The company provides an ideal working environment for the employees and offers tremendous opportunity to learn and grow and has always encouraged innovation.
“We have announced free home delivery for our products, while we are also providing our products at the factory rates. This offer is valid for a short period of time,” said Kewel Krishan, co-owner at the White House Industries.