MINNEAPOLIS, March 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hometime, a home improvement show hosted by Dean Johnson, has been on the air for 24 seasons and in syndication for nine years. Hometime is known for helping homeowners achieve professional-looking results on their home improvement projects.
Recently, Suttle was featured with their line of SOHO Access™ structured wiring enclosures and modules along with their line of SpeedStar™ connectors and faceplates on an upcoming episode of Hometime. The episode (Stone Cottage 29: Carpet) set to air in April 2011, is the third time Suttle has been fortunate enough to appear on the program. The system that was installed distributes the home's basic voice, data, and video networks and demonstrated the versatility of Suttle's structured wiring products. These products offer a flexible and aesthetically pleasing way to organize a large number of connections in a small amount of space.
For air dates and times, visit Hometime's "station finder" at www.hometime.com and check for local station listings. To see clips of Suttle's previous appearances on Hometime visit www.suttleonline.com/video and click on the Hometime tab.
Celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2010, Suttle is widely accepted by the world's largest service providers as delivering leading residential connectivity, home networking, and configuration solutions. The Company's high quality products are backed by best-in-class customer service, a 25-year warranty on certified systems, and a free online structured wiring training program for CEDIA and BICSI credit. An ISO 9001 & TL9000 registered communications company based in Hector, MN, Suttle is a wholly owned subsidiary of Communications Systems, Inc., a publicly traded company (NASDAQ : JCS ). For more information about Suttle or its family of products visit www.suttleonline.com or call 800-852-8662.
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Hometime, hosted by Dean Johnson, is a home improvement television show broadcast on public television and in syndication. Their aim is to help homeowners achieve professional-looking results from their home improvement projects. On Hometime they feature everything from landscaping, painting, and kitchen facelifts to managing new construction and major additions to older houses.
Hometime is presently in its 24th season. Please check your local listings or use their online station finders at www.hometime.com to find the stations, airdates, and times for Hometime broadcasts in your area.
Hometime is a trademark of Hometime Video Publishing, Inc.