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No Hassle Home Renovations Email Marketing Strategy
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By: Scott Bradley Email Article
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You are small home renovations builder with a largely local clientele. Your customers include existing home, units and townhouse owners looking to renovate their homes. To date your customers are mainly word of mouth or by advertising in the local paper. But times are tough and your future bookings are looking lean. This strategy identifies how to turn yourself into the builder of choice when it comes to home renovations and get the phone ringing!

Who is your customer?

You are small home renovations builder with a largely local clientele. Your customers include existing home, units and townhouse owners looking to renovate their homes. The target customer profile is therefore anybody who is seeking to renovate either part or the whole of their house.

What is the best thing you can do for that customer?

Renovations are dirty and messy, noisy and difficult to live with. They usually end up disrupting the home owners established routine and this is the main reason why most people choose to put off renovations until absolutely necessary. To become a preferred contractor you need to ensure that you make the entire renovating experience clean, quick, organized and hassle-free for the client. Affordability is also important so that more people are willing to dip into their savings for what may be more beautification rather than essential.

How are you going to do it?

Become the go-to-guy for "No-Hassles" home renovations. Create a package that offers your clients flexibility and quality work without breaking the bank balance.

Consider offering the following services:

Work during hours that suit the customer

Employ dust minimization techniques – screening etc.

Use low hazard chemicals

Keep the site clean.

Where possible, complete one area before moving to another so as to minimize disruption.

Where possible, use environmentally friendly materials.

When using noisy machines, warn the owners in advance to give them time to leave the house if they want to, and if necessary ensure that neighbors are also informed.

Always try to include a guaranteed completion date in the contract.

Anything else you can think of.

Create a database of all your old customers and invite them to subscribe to your periodical newsletter on home renovation and maintenance tips.

Ensure your website notes your "No-Hassles" renovation package and include pictures and details of past projects as well as testimonials from happy clients.

Increase you database by targeting areas with older homes in your town / city and send a direct mail about your "No-hassles" service. Invite them to go to your website and register if they would like to receive your newsletter on home renovations or information about special offers and rebates on contractual fees.

Use your website and newsletter to invite no obligations queries and to offer free quotes and initial estimations basis client’s needs.

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Scott Bradley is a successful business man in a wide variety of internet services. His organization Echo Digital, provides affordable services to small to medium business to assist them to grow their business. Affordable Web Design, Web Hosting and Internet Marketing

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