WordPress Home Builder Website Design
You likely work with clients that have a very clear view of what they want their homes to look like, and you have a very clear view of what needs to happen in order for their homes to be safe, reliable, and beautiful. It's the same type of relationship with us! We put extensive attention into making your website function properly and look the way you want it to look - but the vision is all yours!
Make sure you have all the essentials for a strong home builder website design:
- Easy to navigate
People are inherently impatient, and when there's a presentation at work, bills due, kids to cart around, sometimes planning for their home can fall on the back burner. When they do get around to planning, make sure your website is organized such that information is easy to find. Your future clients will appreciate not having to search all around your website for a phone number.
Your clients want a home of their own that is unique to them. Give them confidence that you can provide that creativity for them through your website!
We'll need to make sure the backend of your website is running quickly and efficiently to avoid stalls in loading or error messages. These are strong deterrents for potential clients.
Characteristics of a Well Developed Home Builder Website
- Social Media
- SEO (Search Engine Optimized)
- Custom Photo Gallery
- Custom Google Map Integration
In our experience with home builder websites, your services are best presented to your clients as proof of your successful execution of plans. Proving to your clients that you follow through as promised encourages them to trust you with their goals for their home.
Construct the Industry Standards
Consider positively influencing your online first impression with a few options to enhance your website:
Include a CRM autoresponder in your contact form to ensure all your current or potential clients are always responded to in a timely manner. Autoresponder software is versatile and can be used for e-newsletters such as MailChimp as well as a predetermined email response to any contact form submissions.
If you're part of a network with other contractors, make sure you mention it! Your website could turn in to somewhat of a one-stop-shop for your clients.
Your website needs to be updated relatively frequently to avoid blacklisting by Google. Blogs are an easy way to achieve this - write about new projects (with the permission of the client), new techniques or products in the industry, and any other interesting updates you can include to keep your online presence active.
Work On Building a One-of-a-Kind Image for Your Business
We want to help you build a beautiful website so you can continue building wonderful homes. Trust us with your 24/7, 365 day a year employee!