Painter’s Website Demo
It is difficult to stand out as a small contractor on the web. Lead generators and listings like Yellow Pages, Angie’s List and Porch.com offer free listings but your company is one of dozens. There is no better way to stand out of the crowd than owning your own web presence with your own website. If a potential customer does find you on a listing most likely they will do a Google search for you to see if you are
Having your own website will allow you to get your own web traffic instead of depending on the several listing companies and hoping they rank you higher than your competitors or paying for a top listing. Additionally you can gain credibility with your current customers, referrals,
and prospects by directing them to a well designed professional website.
I want to make it easy for small painting contractors to have their own website without having to learn coding or how to deploy it on their own without breaking their bank. Some of the features are:
Because they are customized each site will vary on the actual cost to build. Typically the development will
cost between $700 and $1500. Some other potential costs for having your own website are:
- Domain Registration – Typically around $15 / year this is purchased from a domain registrar like Hover.com
- Website Hosting – I can host your website for $20 / month or if you want to have your own I can help set it up and deploy the site for you.
- Custom email – This is completely optional but if you want your an email address tied to your company domain (ie email@example.com) I can help you
set that up.
- CRM – Another option I can assist with is Customer Management software can help you organize your customers and job scheduling to increase your productivity.
I worked in the paint industry for 15 years serving contractors and understand how difficult it can be. My step-father was a painter and I remember the boom and bust of how contracts came and went. For over 5 years now I have built and integrated web technologies and designed websites. I wanted to combine my knowledge of the paint industry and web design to make it easy for small contractors to look as professional in the internet as their work on the job site.