INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Sept. 8, 2004 – Installers can learn the techniques of central vacuum system installation any time of the day or night from virtually any location with instructional guides from Beam Industries.
Beam offers installers an on-line installation guide that explains each of the seven steps to successfully install a central vacuum system, as well as the tools required for the job.
“Our on-line guide gives installers an opportunity to review each of the steps in the process 24 hours a day, seven days a week, “ adds Hartley. “The training course even can be accessed from the job site through a land-based or wireless laptop computer, PDA or internet-connected cell phone.”
To access the installation guideline, simply log on to http://www.beamvac.com/usa/installation/ and click on each of the seven steps identified at the top of the page. The site also allows installers to download a printable installation manual.
Additionally, custom installation firms can apply to become Beam Central Vacuum System dealers plus obtain detailed product information about Beam Central Vacuum Systems on line. The site also includes valuable information dealers can share with consumers about how the use of a Beam Central Vacuum System can improve indoor air quality.
Beam also has produced a comprehensive video that guides installers and homeowners through the entire process of selecting and installing a central vacuum system from planning the system to installing central vacuum system tubing and wall inlets to the final hookup of the central vacuum system power unit.
“The video provides installers with a great tool to reassure their customers that a central vacuum system can be installed neatly in almost any existing home,” adds Larry Hartley, Beam’s director of marketing.
Headquartered in Webster City, Iowa, Beam Industries is a division of Electrolux Home Care Products, Ltd., and is the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of central vacuum systems. Beam products are sold in more than 45 countries around the world.