Websites for Tile Installers are offered by our dedicated team at Thrive.
Websites for tile installers are offered by our experienced team at Thrive Web Designs. We have the pleasure of working with tile installers nationwide in establishing professional websites, online marketing campaigns and more. We understand the value of a professional website that looks great, but is also developed to help generate new leads for your business.
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Each website we design & develop for our tile installer clients are very unique. Our team will work with you closely to help determine your websites goals and specifications. Whether you’re a tile installer looking for a client/company portal developed to help track projects, or just a simple but professional website to help drive new traffic and business through the doors, we’re here to help.
Website Features We Recommend for Tile Installers Include:
- Mobile-friendly – All websites need to be mobile-friendly and look great on all smartphones. 80%+ people will view your website from a phone first, so mobile design and usability is a big deal.
- Call to actions – These are things you want your viewer to see quickly and perform an action with. Examples include a clickable phone number, contact us button, as well as other buttons or clickable images on the home page that guide people deeper into your website.
- Using real before and after photos – Being a tile installer means you probably deal a lot with remodeling, where there are older tile and floor installs you can include in your gallery along with some newer/after photos.
- Detailed services pages – From tile tear-out, to installation and grouting, e sure to include a detailed page per project, as this will not only help educate your client, but also help with your website’s SEO as well.
- Include contact forms – Include contact forms on all of your main services pages, as well as your home page. Users want fast results, so don’t make them dig to find what they’re looking for, in this case, filling out a contact form.