Weblinx, Incorporated

Developers and Construction Web Design

Weblinx, Inc. creates original Internet brands for land developers, construction companies and home builders. We help you present your benefits and capabilities with professionalism that sells, compels and engages with a successful construction web design.

Visionary website designers will establish your memorable image. Specialized writing can express your genuine company voice. We can also optimize your website to make sure ideal prospects will find you through the search engines. Contact Weblinx to take full advantage of the web’s power to strengthen your business.

Builders and Developers Web Design Examples

  • commercial developer web design

    Carlino Commercial Development

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    Carlino Commercial Development draws on the credibility and relationships forged with tenants, banks, brokers, funds and other developers over the last 30 years.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress CMS

  • Home Builder Web Design

    Tim Greyer Builders

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    Since 1996 Tim Greyer Builders, Inc. has been constructing custom (Design Your Own Home) and semi-custom residential homes in Oswego, Yorkville, Sandwich, Sugar Grove, Plainfield, Naperville, and Aurora IL.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, Animation

  • Construction Company Web Design

    Mustang Construction

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    Since 1976, Mustang Construction, Inc. has been specializing in the development and management of projects.

    Features: Responsive Web Design

  • Builder Web Design

    RKF Design Group

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    RKF Design Group provides custom home building to the Naperville Illinois area.

    Features: Responsive Web Design, WordPress CMS

Developer Websites

Even though construction firms and developers are in the brick-and-mortar business - literally - they still have to be sharp when it comes to web design and Internet marketing. We've seen it firsthand lots of times: customers are much more likely to evaluate construction companies by going to their websites than they are visiting actual buildings that have been completed.

With that in mind, a great construction website has to include and accomplish a lot of different things. Here are four of the most important:

#1: Construction Specialties or Capabilities

Most construction companies have specialties, or at least types of projects they can and can't accept. So it shouldn't be surprising that putting this kind of data on the website, and a way that is easy to find and understand, should be a top priority. Make it clear to potential customers what you build and why they should work with you.

#2: Photos of Finished Projects

If customers won't always go to your finished construction projects, why not bring the projects to them? With good photos (showing interiors and exteriors, before-and-after, etc.) you can show off the kind of quality and craftsmanship decision-makers pay attention to.

#3: Case Studies and Testimonials

With construction work, it's not just about the finished result - how you got there, and whether you got there on time and within budget, also comes into play. For that reason, including case studies and testimonials on your website could have a powerful marketing impact.

#4: Prominent Contact Information

Do you have separate contact numbers for new proposals, existing projects, or different geographic areas? If so, display that information prominently in your website to cut down on confusion and phone tag.

A great construction website is only a phone call away. Reach the creative team at Weblinx directly by dialing 630-551-0334 x1.

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