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Contractor Web Design

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Web Design

The Right Place for Contractor Website Design Services

We make websites for contractors that work right on all major browsers and screen sizes. Make a big impact and add credibility to your business with a powerful new website. After working with hundreds of contractors, we’ve learned a thing or two about the specific features and elements most important in building a high converting contractor website.

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Our Principles

Our Three Foundational Web Design Principles Result in Optimum Conversion

These principles guide our decision-making throughout every web design project to ensure top website performance and user experience.

Form Follows Function

We aim to achieve every client’s specific business objectives.

Every part of the design should balance functionality and aesthetics to help the website visitor perform the desired action and meet these objectives.

Content-First Design

The way your message is presented will shape your website visitor’s experience on your website.

Starting with content enables the Designer to optimally present key information and encourage specific user actions.

Facilitate Decision Making

The more choices you present your users with, the longer it will take them to reach a decision.

To prevent this, we simplify navigation menus, call-to-actions, offers, and other items to improve user experience.

Mobile-First has Taken Off. Get Your Website On Board

Mobile-first websites for contractors need to be optimized with sticky (fixed position) menus and clear Call-to-Action buttons. Your website also needs to load fast on mobile devices and be easy to navigate. Reap the SEO benefits of a great-looking and properly optimized mobile-first website to start converting more mobile visitors with our web design services.

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How We Work

Our Process for Guaranteed Success

Our robust design & development process is designed to create an experience that communicates directly with your target audiences and gets them engaged with your website.

01

Onboarding & Kickoff

Further clarification of the project via a conference call with key stakeholders.

We’ll run you through our process, the tools we use, and develop a project timeline.

02

Discovery

We’ll conduct a deep dive into your company, industry, target audience, and key business objectives.

We work in a collaborative approach with your key stakeholders, creating alignment with respect to the goals and vision for your brand.

03

Content Creation

Our copywriters create engaging content that reinforces your brand’s story, values, and mission.

By creating content first, the design will be tailored fit to deliver that content thoughtfully, coherently, and elegantly.

04

Visual Design

With the content ready, the Designer takes their cue. Using Figma, we’ll prepare design mockups and gather your feedback along the way.

Additionally, our Developer works with the Designer to discover the best solutions.

05

Development

With the design mockups approved, the Developer will bring the Designer’s vision to life using current best practices, clean code, and scalable frameworks.

It’s this design & development teamwork that allows us to craft your dream website.

06

Testing & Quality Assurance

We test critical functionalities and ensure compatibility across the most commonly used devices and browsers.

Our QA tests include validation testing, browser and device testing, and input testing.

07

Website Launch

We help you transfer the completed website from our development environment to the hosting platform of your choice.

We can even help you with your domain, CDN, SMTP, SSL, and website security software.

08

Support

Once your website is live, we’re there to help in every way, shape, and form.

Performing routine maintenance, content updates, bug fixes, and other troubleshooting. We’re your team, and we’ll stick with you over the course of the new website’s lifecycle

6 Reasons Why Your Contracting Company Needs a Quality Website

Are you a contractor without a website for your company?

If the answer is no, what’s holding you back? Trust us, we’ve heard all the excuses why some start-up contractors do not have a business website: “My business’s audience doesn’t search the Internet.” or “I don’t have time and resources to run a website.” But in today’s day and age, these excuses just do not work anymore.

Your business’s target audience is searching Google for local home services and contracting companies. Without an SEO-optimized website, you’re hiding your home improvement business and making it near impossible for potential clients to choose you! And if your business isn’t appearing as an option, then what remodeling contractors are instead?

If by chance still need some persuading, we have explained six reasons why your company needs a website specifically designed for contractors:

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A website design mockup

1) Customers Are More Trusting of Contractors with Websites

Not having an SEO-optimized business website means you’re limiting the total amount of customers that would be able to locate your home improvement business. In fact, 30% of people choose not to work with a company that does not have a website. Do you really want to lose this 30% of the clients you should be converting? Probably not. We help you reach your entire audience.

A good way to think about this is to picture in your mind a physical store location. If you had to select one of two storefronts, would you rather choose the type of store that has the inviting presence as well as window displays that feature their items for sale, or would you choose the dark and uninviting type of store right next door (that also happens to have its front door locked)? The solution is pretty apparent. Just like you would make your physical store inviting, websites needs to be as well. Clients want reputable contractors to have a professional online presence, and that begins with owning a website. One final thought. If customers aren’t finding your website, they certainly will land on someone else’s.

2) A Website Acts as a 24-Hour Sales Rep for a Contractor or Construction Company

Most contractors can’t operate all day, every day. In the event your prospective shoppers can’t fall asleep and go looking for a contractor at two in the morning, you need to provide a method for them to contact your company without reaching you by phone. Your site may act as a 24-hour employee for your company — always on the ready to answer questions shoppers have, display descriptions about your services, and make it simple for them to reach out or book a call. A web page makes your contractor business simple to reach, which as a result will help you convert better sales leads.

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A website design mockup

3) Consumers Are Looking for Your Company On the Internet

Google gets around 5.6 billion searches per day. It is one of the very first websites people go to search for a nearby business or contractors. In fact, someone may be searching for some type of home service or contracting company within range at this very moment — what are they going to see? Nearly all shoppers seek more information about a nearby contractor on the internet compared to any other place.

Word of mouth can only get you so far. If a client mentions the great job your company completed to their colleague, that colleague is subsequently going to try type your company’s name online to find more information. Although a few customers may still have an obsolete physical book of the yellow pages, that is highly unlikely. The first choice nowadays is to go on the Internet and search for a nearby contractor. As a small business, you want to own an SEO optimized site to optimize your online presence and marketing footprint on the search engine results list. If people are searching for your remodeling business, you need to provide whatever it is that they want so invest in a high quality contractor web design.

4) Your Company’s Website Helps With Advertising And Marketing Your Services

A report from the Local Search Association showed that 63% of shoppers utilize a local company’s web page to find and engage with them. Building a professional website with strong SEO (Search Engine Optimization) fundamentals will give your target customers the information they want. Improving your website to show up on the top of search results lists on search engine websites like Google will immediately put your company right in front of your prospective client. Avoid giving the future customer an opportunity to use a different contractor only because you don’t have a professional website for marketing your remodeling business.

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A website design mockup

5) Clients Want to Start a Connection with Your Brand

When making a large purchase or deciding on a contractor to undergo a large home improvement job, the consumer will want to employ someone they feel a connection with. Your website is the ideal advertising method to build a relationship with prospective clients more in-depth and communicate with them what makes your remodeling business so special.

With a website, you can have the foundation for putting a brilliant digital marketing strategy in place that allows your company to advertise content regarding the company history, employee profiles, and in-depth descriptions of your service offering (and price quotes, if relevant). You can also publish blogs or articles that answer common questions or topics, start a content marketing campaign, show the glowing homeowner testimonials you’ve seen, and have a gallery of professional photos of your successful jobs and services. A professional web design allows you to paint a picture for your prospective customer and give them a deep understanding of the caliber of contractors they’d be trusting.

6) As a Contractor, Getting Your Business Website in the Local Pack Is Essential for Marketing

Have you clicked on the image at the top of a Google search that shows different local business listings on a map? This is referred to as the local pack. As a contractor or owner of a local home service business, the goal must be to get a place in the local pack simply because it receives 44% of the overall clicks on the search engine results page. This is one of the most cost efficient advertising methods for contractors.

While Google does consider your proximity to the shopper, the business physical address, as well as the primary category, the search algorithm also takes other elements into consideration like your business website. If you have a professionally designed website with helpful backlinks, high domain authority, and a high click-through rate, you increase your opportunity of obtaining a place in the local pack. Lead generation, SEO, and marketing is a great way to help your remodeling business get more leads.

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We Offer Contractor Website Design in All Contractor Service Industries

The first step in marketing your contracting business is a custom website design. When homeowners find contractors on social media, yard signs, van signs, etc. they’ll look them up to learn more. So make it a great first impression with an impactful website that presents your remodeling business as an authority in your industry.

Construction

Get an edge in the competitive construction industry with an authoritative contractor website design to wow your customers & benefit from SEO.

Remodeling & Home Improvement

Boost your marketing by creating trust and credibility with homeowners and property managers visiting your remodeling website.

Roofing & Much More

We build websites & marketing strategies for any type of contractor, from residential roofing to commercial construction, we help local & national companies.

Scalebloom Web Development F.A.Q.

What do Contractor Websites Cost?

Simple websites with less than 10 pages usually cost between $2000 to $3000. Medium sized websites with 10-30 pages usually cost between $3000-$8000. You can always contact us for a free consultation.

Do You Help With The Website After It’s Done?

Yes, our website management plans help you get the most out of your website. Whether it’s hosting, content updates, content additions, content marketing, SEO, digital marketing services, or more, our team has you covered.

Or if you want to maintain it yourself, we’ll help by giving you a ‘Website Owner’s Manual’ that teaches you how to do it yourself.

How Long is the Process of Web Development?

Small web design projects of under 5 pages are typically completed in 3-5 weeks. Most medium-sized websites are completed in 5-12 weeks. And enterprise-level websites can take 12-24 weeks.

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