So many homeowners also just aren’t able to find trustworthy contractors. Our partners are fully checked out before they are added to our list
(PRWEB) June 13, 2012
For months, the developers behind RemodelingCentral have been creating a dedicated database for those looking to makeover their homes. After a successful soft launch, RemodelingCentral is about to celebrate its grand opening. The launch will show off a myriad of home services, how-to guides, daily updated remodeling blog, and several ways to save on remodeling projects. The remodeling site has garnered plenty of attention since the beginning, particularly from homeowners who wanted dedicated and detailed guides to DIY projects as well as a home valuation tool that would allow them to see the return on different makeover projects.
“It’s been a really long time coming, but we wanted to get everything right. We wanted our articles to be complete and go deeper into all of the issues that face homeowners today. That’s why we have so many how-to articles but also just informative articles on the process behind remodeling each different part of the home. It’s going to make a huge difference for homeowners to have this kind of information,” said Paul Drago, creator and co-founder of RemodelingCentral.com.
Over the last few weeks, many changes have occurred for the new home makeover site. For one, a home valuation tool was added, so that visitors could get information on the actual value of their home and then receive a detailed, matched list of projects that would benefit their home’s value. That tool alone drew in quite a bit of traffic during its soft launch.
“We knew the home valuation tool was going to be a great thing for visitors who were checking us out for the first time, but the traffic has just grown exponentially from there, in part to the great efforts by our research and writing team. They really have created some of the most detailed guides,” Drago said.
In addition, RemodelingCentral.com has recently partnered up with national service providers and local home contractors, giving homeowners connections to projects that go above and beyond. By providing both local and national, Drago stated that the site can help homeowners who have special projects or who simply want to hire a single, licensed professional to work on a project with them.
“So many homeowners also just aren’t able to find trustworthy contractors. Our partners are fully checked out before they are added to our list,” said Drago.
RemodelingCentral.com’s will launch the finished site sometime within the next two weeks. However, the content will only continue to grow, as new articles are added to the database every day and more ideas are in the works. Drago even has stated that article ideas, questions, and home renovation advice requests are also welcome.