We are thrilled to finally have a new look online that matches the superior products and services that we provide every day. - Paul Atkinson, CEO
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) July 13, 2014
Southend Reclaimed, the leader in reclaimed wood and brick, recently launched a new website design to better serve their customers and showcase Southend’s products and services. The new site design presents much more in-depth information on Southend’s purpose and process, and features a dynamic new gallery that allows users to search by product or by room.
“We are thrilled to finally have a new look online that matches the superior products and services that we provide every day,” states Paul Atkinson, CEO of Southend Reclaimed. “The new user-friendly gallery really shows off the beauty and uniqueness of our reclaimed products.”
The newly designed site can be found at http://www.southendreclaimed.com and includes new features such as a page dedicated to architects and builders as well as a new blog that will be regularly updated with industry news, case studies and more.
In addition to the new features, the site continues to provide information on their full line of products, answers to frequently asked questions, and company history. For information on buying and selling reclaimed products, the Contact Us form provides a convenient way to communicate with Southend Reclaimed. “It’s so exciting to roll out a new design that will make it so much easier for our customers to learn more about what we do and then reach out to us for all of their reclaimed needs,” states Atkinson.
Southend Reclaimed, based in Cornelius, NC, is one of the largest suppliers of reclaimed wood and brick in the United States. Continually harvested from abandoned textile mills and barns since 2001, Southend’s extensive inventory is unmatched. From antique wide plank flooring to hand hewn timber frames and trusses, Southend is committed to connecting our customers with the most exceptional reclaimed materials available.
Contact Southend Reclaimed today to discover The Art of Bringing History Home.