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Belgard iPhone app now available

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Contractors now have access to hardscape information while on a job.

| March 16, 2012

ATLANTA – Belgard Hardscapes has launched the Belgard mobile app, making outdoor living, patio, walls and driveway products and design information available while on the job.

“We pride ourselves on being an innovative leader in the hardscapes category – in product development, in building solutions, and now in digital design resources,” said Ken O’Neill, vice president of marketing for Belgard Hardscapes.

“Whether it’s a contractor on the job site evaluating paver sizes with their customer, or a homeowner in their own backyard just starting to consider ideas on how to create the perfect outdoor living space, users of the new Belgard mobile app can quickly and easily access videos, photography and product details to help them in their task.”

The Belgard mobile app is a complement to the traditional printed pieces and business tools Belgard already offers its authorized contractors and dealers. With a mobile device in hand, contractors now can show their customers visuals of products available in their specific region, explore color swatches for design discussions and share information critical in purchasing decisions such as warranty details or maintenance tips.

Additionally, more than a dozen videos featured in the app offer tools and resources for contractors and consumers, from the Belgard University Toolkit tutorial to inspirational outdoor living scenes from designer show homes and remodeling projects.

 

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