Lorton Group, the manufacturer of innovative healthcare solutions and curtain systems, recently announced expanding the company’s website. Among other noticeable changes, one significant addition is that the Lorton Group product installation guide is now available directly on the website. Visitors to the site can click on the ‘Support’ tab to find the guide, available in downloadable .pdf format. The company was quoted as saying that additional product documentation will be added in the coming weeks for all newly introduced products.
Users can consult the downloadable installation guide when the need arises without constantly needing an internet connection, which makes it particularly helpful. It can also be printed for future reference in hospitals. The installation guide explains the process of installing the curtain tracks and the curtains. There are notes added to remind the user about the prerequisite settings for the installation, like a drop roof and the warning to check local fire codes to determine the amount of wood allowed in the structure. It also includes detailed labeled diagrams to visually assist users in installing the curtain track and curtains.
The process is broken up into five easy-to-read and understandable steps, and each step has a dedicated diagram to visually illustrate the process. The guide also has Lorton Group’s contact information, including the phone number and the customer service email address, to assist users in case they need any further assistance or guidance. This installation guide is the company’s effort to make the installation and use of its products more convenient for even novice users.
Readers can learn more about the Lorton Group's products and the industries they serve by visiting the updated Lorton Group website at https://www.lortongroup.com/.
A company representative further highlighted the importance of an easy-to-navigate and read guide by saying: "Over the past couple of months, we’ve been working hard on drafting guides for every one of our products. The goal of these guides was to make them as easy to understand for everyone. This would mean anyone could install and use our products without second-guessing themselves. If you have purchased one of our products, we strongly advise that you download the corresponding guide from the Support section of our website. Also, we welcome any and all feedback regarding our guides so that they can be improved.”
Explaining the new content included on the "Support" page of the website, he added: “New customers visiting the Lorton Group’s website searching for cubicle and shower curtains will now be offered an even better customer experience. Not only can you see the curtain systems we produce but you can also find detailed specifications of the products. Our website will help our buyers make an informed decision about their next purchase from the Lorton Group. Furthermore, we can always be contacted with questions, feedback, and assistance."
About Lorton Group
Lorton Group was established in 2010. The company specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of textile products like traditional hospital cubicle curtains, shower curtains, as well as patient-lift curtain systems, and non-ceiling mounted cubicle curtain systems. The brand also provides services and goods to public and private hospitals, military-operated facilities, VA hospitals, nursing homes, university campuses, and medical offices, as well as to other contractors and distributors.
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