Denver, CO (PRWEB) June 10, 2006
A new Web site is being launched that promises to be of great value to its members.
The site, now accepting pre-launch members, is focused on helping visitors and members save money on just about anything to do with their house. The site, aptly named, is called Money Saving House. com.
Founder of the site, Scott Callender, says that the site will offer valuable money saving information on wide range of topics related to a house or home, including –
Do-it-yourself home repair instructions, money saving tips and information related to home insurance, the value of home organization, reviews and comparisons of household appliances, tips on home decorating and gardening, where to find bargains on real estate and rentals, how to cut your utilities bills down to size, and much more.
Mr. Callender believes this Web site has something to offer where others don’t, “we realize that people need to spend money on their house and things they want in them but instead of following the model of other Web sites telling you how to penny pinch your money, we are offering a place where you can get valuable information to make informed decisions about your purchases as well as money saving tips.
When asked about if this was really about on-line sales, Mr. Callender responded confidently by saying, “Members and visitors are already telling us that they are coming to MoneySavingHouse.com because the site has timely and quality information on saving money. They follow this up by telling us that they like the fact that they can go to one website, read all the information listed and then if they need to purchase something all they have to do is make one click instead of spending time searching for sites that offer the best price. So no, the site is not about “on-line sales”, rather the site offers quality information and tips on saving money around the house and if a member wants to purchase something they are interested in, they can at a discount.”
Since the site is still in “pre-launch” mode, we weren’t able to fully examine it as we would like, however, from our interview with Mr. Callender, and looking through the “pre-launch” site (http://www.moneysavinghouse.com), it is a site that looks promising.
As a final comment in our interview, Mr. Callender told us that during the pre-launch phase, membership to the site is free and that anyone who signs up will have immediate access to a 130 page home repair and improvement guide called 101 Home Improvements.
Moneysavinghouse.com will be launched on July 25, 2006.