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12th December 2005
HOME IMPROVEMENT BOUGHT CLOSER TO HOME
Website gives consumers a step-by-step guide to buying home
Ever wished there was just one website that could answer all
your home improvement questions? There is eBuilders Ltd’s
busiest website www.almostimpartialguide.co.uk offers
an online guide to the do's and don'ts of buying home improvement
This user-friendly website is packed with practical information
and advice to help guide the consumer through every aspect
of the decision making process. With a range of useful tips
and details of suppliers around the UK included, the site even
takes the leg-work out of sourcing products.
Barry Dunlop, the founder of eBuilders Ltd, said: “The site
has been written by people with the inside information, people
who have real world experience of the home improvement business
every day, rather than journalists or professional writers.
“What’s more there is a facility for consumers to ask questions
online so, even if a consumer can’t find the information they
are looking for, there’s an opportunity to pick the brains
of someone who has the answer!”
This one-stop guide to home improvement currently features
‘insiders’ guides to Conservatories, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Garage
Conversions, Driveways and Bedrooms and will soon also feature
loft conversions, hot tubs and spas and loans and mortgages.
9th November 2005
COMPREHENSIVE KITCHEN INFORMATION ON TAP
Website offers step-by-step guide to planning, design and supply
The first step for any householders thinking of renovating
their kitchen is to click onto www.almostimpartialguide.co.uk/kitchens.htm –
user-friendly website packed with practical information on
every aspect of bathroom planning, design and supply.
With advice on fixtures and fittings, flooring, walls, storage
and lighting plus a range of useful tips, the website acts
as a step-by-step manual that guides the browser through the
process of decision making. And with details of suppliers around
the UK included, the site even takes the leg-work out of sourcing
What’s more there is a facility to ask questions online so,
even if a consumer can’t find the information they are looking
for, there’s an opportunity to pick the brains of someone who
has the answer!
www.almostimpartialguide.co.uk/kitchens.htm is owned and developed
by leading innovator in internet marketing for the home improvement
industry, eBuilders Ltd.
Barry Dunlop, the founder of eBuilders Ltd, said: “Because
consumers will only buy a new kitchen one or twice in their
life they need all the help they can get. Especially when the
ever changing trends and the home improvement programmes on
television offers so much choice.
“This site makes it easy by guiding the user through the process
of decision making and purchasing with a step-by-step manual
that is easy to follow and filled with tips.”
1st September 2005
A NEW BATHROOM COULD BE JUST AROUND THE CORNER
Unique website targets consumers looking for the best local
For consumers looking to find the best bathroom supplier in
their immediate locality the launch of www.local-bathrooms.co.uk will be a welcome online search tool.
Leading innovator in internet marketing for the home improvement
industry, eBuilders Ltd, has developed www.local-bathrooms.co.uk in response to an increasing number of consumers searching
online for more local information on bathrooms using search
terms such as ‘bathrooms Brighton’ as opposed to just ‘bathrooms’.
The website allows consumers to search for bathroom suppliers
by town or county rather than by country which means they can
find the best local suppliers where they live.
The site also has a variety of unique features including one
which allows customers to recommend or provide a testimonial
for a company which other consumers can refer to in their own
search for a bathroom supplier. Other features include a section
on fixtures and fittings and top tips on storage, design and
Barry Dunlop, the founder of eBuilders Ltd, said: “In terms
of home improvement online, searches for bathroom suppliers
are a popular choice. However some consumers have expressed
frustration that there isn’t a more localised way of searching
online for the ideal bathroom supplier. So we developed this
site to give our customers a more accurate search tool and
a guarantee that they will get a reputable company and value
eBuilders Ltd has over 25 home improvement websites all of
which are designed specifically to make shopping for the home
as pain-free as possible.
20th June 2005
NEW WEBSITE BRINGS KITCHENS CLOSER TO HOME
Kitchen suppliers get free listing for one year on unique new
Leading innovator in internet marketing for the home improvement
industry, eBuilders Ltd, has launched a groundbreaking new
website www.local-kitchens.co.uk and up until 31 July 2005
is offering kitchen suppliers a free listing on the site for
one year. [20 June]
The website has been developed in response to an increasing
number of consumers searching online for information on kitchens
on a more local level by doing website searches using terms
such as “kitchens Brighton” as opposed to just “kitchens”.
www.local-kitchens.co.uk allows consumers to search for suppliers
by town or county rather than by country which means they can
find the best local suppliers where they live.
The site has a variety of unique features including one which
allows customers to recommend or provide a testimonial for
a company which other consumers can refer to in their own search
for a kitchen supplier.
Barry Dunlop, the founder of eBuilders Ltd, said: “In terms
of home improvement, kitchens are one of the most popular searches
online. Through feedback from our other websites we noticed
that consumers were getting frustrated that there wasn’t a
more localised way of searching for the ideal kitchen supplier.
So we have developed this site to give our customers a more
accurate search tool.
“Our websites are designed to help the supplier too. As the
first port of call for people considering home improvements,
a presence on the sites can be a very valuable marketing tool
eBuilders Ltd has over 25 websites within its portfolio, all
of which are designed specifically to help owners of home improvement
companies get more leads and more sales using the internet
and this new website will take this concept to a much more
HOME IMPROVEMENT ON YOUR DOORSTEP
Two groundbreaking websites by Ebuilders
Ltd offer local service
Leading innovator in internet marketing
for the home improvement industry,
Ebuilders Ltd has gone live with two
groundbreaking websites www.local-conservatories.co.uk and www.localwindows.co.uk. [April
The new websites have been developed
in response to an increasing number
of consumers interested in home improvement
doing more targeted local website searches,
using terms such as “windows Brighton”
as opposed to just “windows”.
www.localwindows.co.uk allow consumers
to search for suppliers by town rather
than country or county which means
they can find the best local suppliers
to where they live.
Both sites have a variety of unique
features including one allowing users
to input a town that is not presently
displayed and another allowing customers
to recommend or provide a testimonial
for a company which other consumers
can refer to in their own search for
Barry Dunlop, the creator of Ebuilders
Ltd and the new websites, said: “A
lot of times when people are looking
for something online they want to do
it on a local level so we have developed
these sites to give our customers a
more accurate search tool.
“Our websites are designed to help
the supplier too. As the first
port of call for people considering
improvements, a presence on the
sites can be a very valuable marketing
tool for suppliers.”
Ebuilders Ltd has over 25 websites
within its portfolio, all of which
are designed specifically to help owners
of conservatory and windows companies
get more leads and more sales using
the internet and the two new websites
can take this concept to a much more
11th January 2005
CONSERVATORY INSTALLATIONS OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCED
Three companies acknowledged for best conservatory installations in 2004
The world’s leading conservatory website, www.conservatoriesonline.com, has announced the winners of its Conservatory Installation of the Year Awards.
The overall winner of Best Conservatory Installation 2004 was London-based Skyview Conservatories Ltd for an individually designed Victorian-style conservatory using “Idigbo”, a versatile hardwood obtained from sustainable plantation sources in the Ivory Coast, West Africa. The attention to detail and high standard of work, from the brass furniture fittings to the under-floor heating made for a winning installation.
Special Design Award 2004 went to Midlands-based Heritage Conservatories Ltd for a beautiful hardwood conservatory. Painted with white Sikkens paint, the installation included a small orangery-style porch connecting it to the lounge. The conservatory also featured “leaded fanlights”–to match the existing property –and equal site lines, which gave a very pleasing overall aesthetic appearance.
A US company with workshops in Fakenham, Norfolk picked up the title for Best International Installation (non-UK). Town & Country built a stunning orangery in a little-used courtyard to create a formal dining area and improve traffic flow in the U-shaped house. The company also took into account the owner’s requests to preserve the natural light from the courtyard space whilst at the same time safeguarding the wall art and antiques they planned to have on show.
www.conservatoriesonline.com gives potential buyers information on everything they need to know about every aspect of conservatories and has become recognised as the world’s foremost conservatory site.
Barry Dunlop, managing director of site owner eBuilders, said: “Our site aims to encourage excellence in our conservatory suppliers. These awards acknowledge the achievements of those companies that have demonstrated high-quality and first-class standards on a particular installation challenge in 2004.”
More information about the winning companies can be found on their websites: www.skyviewwindows.com, www.heritageconservatories.com and www.townandcountryUS.com.
5th January 2005
CONSERVATORIES ARE NOT JUST FOR SUMMER
eBuilders adds climate control and décor to its online conservatory portfolio
According to leading home improvement specialist eBuilders, conservatories have become a crucial home space for use all year round and not just in summer. Due to a rise in conservatory customers enquiring about climate control and décor, eBuilders has upgraded its website www.conservatories-interiors.com with three new sections dedicated to heating, replica foliage and fans. [January 7]
The Rustington-based company, which is the brains behind over 30 home improvement websites, has added www.conservatory-interiors.com/heaters.htm, www.conservatory-interiors.com/trees.htm and www.conservatory-interiors.com/ceiling_fans.htm to its popular portfolio.
eBuilders managing director Barry Dunlop said: “The three most asked about areas on all of our conservatory-related sites were on heating, replica foliage and ceiling fans. The new sections on our website will therefore provide these customers with the information they need on each of these items and will then put them in touch with relevant professionals to deliver the goods.”
www.conservatories-interiors.com is designed specifically to make it easy for consumers to choose the right products for their conservatory and also to match customers’details with reliable and professional suppliers to suit their needs.
12th December 2004
MARKET LEADER TACKLES CONSERVATORY FLOOR DISASTERS
eBuilders adds unique floor solutions to its leading online conservatory portfolio
Due to customer demand, leading home improvement specialist, eBuilders, has upgraded its groundbreaking website www.conservatoriesonline.com by launching a new section dedicated to the pioneering development of engineered hardwood flooring for conservatories. [December 13]
The Rustington-based company, which is the brains behind over 30 home improvement websites, has launched www.conservatoriesonline.com/intq.htm due to the rise in consumers who have purchased unsuitable flooring for their conservatories.
For many conservatory owners nothing quite matches the look and feel of a timber floor, but standard timber floors are not considered a viable option for conservatories because of the potential heat build up in a conservatory, which leads to the timber twisting and warping. However, many consumers have fallen into the trap of purchasing standard timber flooring with disastrous consequences.
The pioneering development of engineered hardwood flooring is the best solution for a timber effect conservatory floor and eBuilders has dedicated an entire section of its website to it for consumers to find out more. www.conservatoriesonline.com/intq.htm is designed specifically to make it easy for consumers to choose the right flooring for their conservatory and also take customers’details and matches them with reliable and professional suppliers to suit their needs.
eBuilders managing director Barry Dunlop said: “A lot of visitors to another of our websites www.ask-questions.com highlighted problems they were experiencing with the floor in their new conservatory with shrinkage and deterioration. This is what happens when a regular timber floor is used in a conservatory environment. Customers were asking our advice on what to do and the only option is to replace it with an engineered hardwood floor.
“So we designed www.conservatoriesonline.com/intq.htm to provide customers with information on engineered timber and puts them in touch with professionals that match their requirements. Basically we do the most important bit and that is choosing a company people can trust.”
The benefits of engineered hardwood flooring are:
- Hygienic, easy clean, and non-allergenic
- Children friendly –no retention of grime or dirt
- The best choice in timbers –sourced from every corner of the globe
- 25 year manufacturer’s guarantee
- Professional installations by specially trained expert installers
- Comfort and practicability –warm in winter, cool in summer
25th November 2004
NEW BOOK RELEASED; NINE DEADLY VENOMS BY ALEX GORDON
Published by Ebuilders Ltd
Alex Gordon has released his newly published book Nine Deadly Venoms.
Part self-help guide, part autobiographical, the book is a far cry from the typical autobiography. In a brilliantly told metaphysical adventure, the author shares his encounters with Lilith, a matriarchal age warrior priestess. It is Lilith who reveals to him the ‘nine deadly venoms’which human kind must overcome in order to lead a truly fulfilled life. The venoms she describes are: karma, parental genetics, childhood conditioning, fear, language, gravity, time, tribalistic conditioning and human breath.
This book will make readers think hard about today’s society and more importantly about themselves. It is about truth, reality and freedom and is above all designed to enlighten, inspire and entertain. Light bulbs will flick on in the readers head as they realise why they have experienced the life they have. More importantly they will discover they can take control of their destiny and have a happier, more content life once they have conquered the nine deadly venoms.
About his new book Alex Gordon said: “The purpose of this book is to reach people whom I may never see, and to give them signposts towards ways in which they might deal with difficult problems of all kinds. It is a landmark book, which in a sense, calls upon all good people to rise up against evil-doers so that we might move forward into a brave new world of peace and wisdom.
“The book also heralds a new Matriarchal Age, and honours Lilith, the long-ignored personage of truth and light...and justice.”
Nine Deadly Venoms is a self-help book with a difference as the following exert from the book highlights:
“Power is simply knowing really useful things and either un-learning or not bothering to know things that do not work. That is the first thing to know, and all the rest is a journey of discovery into the real world of true feelings. Power over your life, your body and your future will stop you crying, and it will ease your fears. If you have lost someone dear to you, then such power will give you the courage to close the gap between what you know and what you don’t know. In that which we don’t know lies great beauty and mystery, I promise.”
Nine Deadly Venoms is published by eBuilders Ltd and is available to buy from www.Amazon.co.uk and online at www.ninedeadlyvenoms.com.
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11th November 2004
NEW WEBSITES GIVE EXTERNAL HOME IMROVEMENT A BOOST
eBuilders launch two new home improvement websites for external work
Leading home improvement specialist, eBuilders, today [11 November] launches two websites dedicated to the home improvement industry. The company, which is the brains behind over 30 home improvement websites, adds driveways http://www.driveways-uk.co.uk and garages http://www.garage-doors-security-shutters.co.uk to its portfolio of sites.
The two new sites have been designed specifically to make it easy for consumers interested in updating their driveways and garages. They are comprehensive websites containing everything a consumer needs to know from driveway design to garage security. They also takes a customers details and match them with reliable and professional suppliers to suit their needs.
eBuilders managing director, Barry Dunlop, said: “A lot of people think of home improvements as being internal decoration only, they forget that altering the external building can significantly increase the value of a property as well.”
“Our new website provides customers with all the information they need to know about driveways and garages and then puts them in touch with reliable professionals that match their requirements. Basically we do the most important bit and that is choosing a company people can trust.”
http://www.driveways-uk.co.uk and http://www.garage-doors-security-shutters.co.uk is easy to navigate and is a one-stop knowledge bank containing everything a consumer needs to make an informed decision on garages and driveways.
28th September 2004
BLOWING HOT AND COLD
eBuilders launches additional site for specialist air conditioning suppliers
Leading home improvement specialist, eBuilders, has today [27 September] launched http://www.conservatoriesonline.com/air_conditioning.htm, a comprehensive guide to specialist air conditioning suppliers across the UK. Designed specifically to benefit consumers who have invested in a conservatory, the site is a one-stop-shop containing all they need to know about air conditioning a conservatory.
A specialist air conditioning supplier can help transform a conservatory from a rarely used, sunroom, to a cool, welcoming retreat in the spring and summer and a warm, cosy area in the autumn and winter.
eBuilders managing director, Barry Dunlop, said: “If consumers have invested in a conservatory, it's essential to create a room that is perfect for relaxing with friends and family regardless of the season. All too often the weather dictates when a conservatory is used, which very often makes it under-used both in summer and winter. Owning a conservatory is one thing, using it to its full potential is an entirely different matter.
“Until now, there have been few options available to combat this problem in conservatories but our recommended air conditioning suppliers have a solution. We ensure all our suppliers offer customers a free consultation, allowing them to discover the difference the product can make and also the different options available.”
Suppliers on the eBuilders website offer air conditioning units that are both stylish and attractive and that add to and improve any conservatory. With technology moving forward at a phenomenal rate, the running costs are minimal and the maintenance needed is almost non-existent.
http://www.conservatoriesonline.com/air_conditioning.htm is easy to navigate and is a one-stop knowledge bank containing everything a consumer needs to make an informed decision on air conditioning, from the types available to a detailed look at how they work.
26 August 2004
HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS UNCOVERED
eBuilders website offers sound advice on home improvement loans
Your home –whether a flat, house, or mansion –is likely to be the single biggest investment you ever make. To maintain and improve the value of that investment often calls for additional financial outlay, for which unless you are fortunate enough to have substantial savings, you will probably have to borrow money.
Leading home improvement specialist, eBuilders, hopes to take the pain out of this borrowing process with the launch of a new section on its ground-breaking website www.conservatoriesonline.com dedicated to offering independent advice on home improvement loans.
eBuilders managing director, Barry Dunlop, said: “Whether installing double glazing, adding a conservatory or converting the loft, most people will probably have to borrow money to fund larger home improvements. But borrowing money can be a scary prospect for most people which is why we decided to develop new content that offers consumers sound and completely independent advice on home improvement loans.”
“We want people who are thinking of investing in larger home improvements to understand the borrowing options available to them and we hopefully answer questions that can be difficult to ask.”
The new section www.conservatoriesonline.com/home_improvement_loans.htm is easy to navigate and is a one-stop knowledge bank containing everything a consumer needs to make an informed decision on home improvement loans, from the pros and cons and types of loans available, to a loan repayment calculator and jargon buster.
19 July 2004
BEDROOM AND KITCHEN NEEDS MET AT THE CLICK OF A BUTTON
eBuilders launches bedrooms and kitchens portal
As a result of the recent property boom, the home improvement market has also seen an upsurge. Website specialist, eBuilders, is capitalising on this upsurge with the launch of its new bedrooms and kitchens portal http://www.bedrooms-kitchens.co.uk designed to make it easy for home owners to find the best local supplier to meet their needs.
The website is simple to navigate and is a one-stop-shop where users can search for the most suitable bedroom and kitchen supplier for them. At the click of a button the user selects their region in the UK and they are transported to a comprehensive directory of suppliers in that area. To enable users to make an informed decision, eBuilders awards suppliers with a star rating and a description of what each company offers.
eBuilders, managing director, Barry Dunlop said: “The reason we have added www.bedrooms-kitchens.co.uk to our extensive repertoire of websites is because from our own experience the bedroom and kitchen are the most common areas of the house chosen for home improvement.”
“The site is designed to make it easy for people to find the most suitable bedroom and kitchen supplier in their area, and most importantly one that they can trust to do a good job.”
8 June 2004
ENJOY YOUR GARDEN – WHATEVER THE WEATHER
eBuilders launches new Garden Awning website
Imagine how wonderful it would be to spend more time enjoying your garden and creating the perfect environment for outdoor entertaining all year round. Leading home improvement website specialist, eBuilders, has made this possible with the launch of its new garden awning website http://www.garden-awnings.co.uk.
The website is simple to navigate and is a one-stop-shop with everything a consumer could need to know about garden awnings, from choosing the most appropriate type of awning through to an array of complementary accessories.
“Garden awnings is an area of home improvement that is quite often overlooked, but that actually offer huge advantages to people who like to spend time enjoying their garden whatever the weather.” said eBuilders managing director Barry Dunlop.
“Recent market research has shown that people who had an awning installed actually use their garden a lot more. Our website not only highlights the benefits of garden awnings but provides independent advice and information at the click of a button for people thinking of investing in one.”
Ten reasons to invest in a garden awning:
1. No rushing indoors during summer showers or canceling outdoor plans
2. Protection for families against the dangers of the sun
3. Adjoining rooms are kept shaded and cool
4. Offers privacy from spying neighbours
5. An area to entertain friends and have al fresco dinners
6. Protects furnishings and fabrics from fading in the sun
7. Adds extra living space without the need for planning permission or disruptive building work
8. Adds sophistication and novelty value to any garden
9. Easy to operate remote control technology that works outdoors and indoors
10. Will turn neighbours and friends green with envy.
6 May 2004
APRIL SHOWERS SEND UK HOME IMPROVEMENT CRAZY
Consumer interest in home improvement hits all time high with 50% increase
Whether it was the April showers or the recent upsurge in the housing market, consumer interest in home improvement doubled this April compared to the same month in 2003, according to a report by leading home improvement website specialist, eBuilders.
Barry Dunlop, who heads up eBuilders, said: “April was a record breaking month for all 25 of our home improvement websites, but www.ask-questions.com was the most successful, with a 50 per cent increase in users of its online forum.”
www.ask-questions.com is a website where consumers can seek answers to all types of home improvement questions. The site offers tips and suggestions for making the most of the home, from conservatories to bathrooms, kitchens to double-glazing and it also including links to many leading home improvement suppliers.
Conservatories was the number one topic of interest on the website with 40 per cent of consumers asking conservatory relatated questions. Interestingly the most popular question in terms of page views was with regards to “Superstore DIY Conservatories”. The second most popular topic was “DIY gas installation” in the Kitchens section.
Barry Dunlop, said: “It is clear that whilst this market continues to grow, consumers are not jumping in with two feet, first they want questions answered so they can make informed buying decisions.”
He continued: “The feedback we get confirms that the site is serving a very useful purpose including comments such as ‘I’ve spent months exploring various conservatories. I wish I’d found this site early on, I would have focused in on what I wanted much quicker’.”
www.ask-questions.com is just one of 25 eBuilders websites. The company also offers a series of Almostimpartialguides for conservatories, kitchens, bathrooms, and replacement windows. As well as giving ‘warts and all’ information the sites also offers practical information on a wide range of topics including how to decide on style and material, coping with problem sites, whether to go for DIY or supply and fit and how to find suppliers.
11 March 2004
BEST TIME OF YEAR TO INVEST IN A CONSERVATORY IS NOW
Website with ‘warts and all’insight into getting that dream conservatory
How does relaxing this summer in the comfort of a brand new conservatory sound? If it sounds appealing then there really is no better time of year to invest in a conservatory than now. People thinking of taking the plunge in time for this summer can now find everything they need to know about the subject by logging on to the revolutionary website, www.almostimpartialguide.co.uk.
As well as giving ‘warts and all’information about conservatories, the site also offers practical information on a wide range of topics including how to decide on style and material, coping with problem sites, whether to go for DIY or supply and fit and how to find suppliers.
There is a ‘gallery’showing different styles of conservatory and even a question and answer section in which browsers can ask the experts for opinions on their particular concerns and problems.
Designed and hosted by eBuilders, which produces websites for home improvement companies, the conservatory site is just one of a series of Almostimpartialguides. AlmostImpartialGuides to kitchens, bathrooms, and replacement windows are also available.
Barry Dunlop, who heads up eBuilders, said the sites meet the needs of the growing number of customers shopping via the internet.
“Our site gives people access to a vast range of suppliers’websites and allows them to compare rival products at leisure,”he said. “More than that, though, it explains all the ins and outs of the subject so they know the pitfalls and can make informed buying decisions.”
“The feedback we get confirms that the site is serving a very useful purpose,”said Barry Dunlop. “We’ve had comments such as ‘I’ve spent months exploring various conservatories. I wish I’d found this site early on, I would have focused in on what I wanted much quicker’.”
25 February 2004
UNIQUE WEBSITE GIVES DULL CONSERVATORIES A FACELIFT
One-stop-shop of conservatory suppliers and interior design specialists
Ever dreamt of owning a designer conservatory in which to while away those summer afternoons? Or is your current conservatory in desperate need of a face-lift? Leading home improvement website specialist, eBuilders, has made this easy to achieve with the launch of its new conservatory interior design website http://www.conservatory-interiors.com.
The website hosts one of the most comprehensive directory of conservatory accessories suppliers and interiors design specialists available. It is simple to navigate and is a one-stop-shop with everything a consumer could need to create the dream conservatory, whether they are revamping their old conservatory or building a brand new one.
“Conservatory-interiors.com is user-friendly and packed with practical information and advice about every aspect of conservatories from furniture to air conditioning,”said eBuilders managing director Barry Dunlop. “We want our customers to have everything they need to build the perfect conservatory at their finger tips.”
To ensure that the websites directory represents a comprehensive cross-section of industry specialists, and as an introductory offer, eBuilders is inviting suppliers and interior designers who specialise in conservatories to take advantage of a free year-long listing on the website.
“This is a great opportunity for conservatory accessories suppliers and interior designers to get their names across to potential customers at absolutely no cost,”said Mr Dunlop. “When the site is fully launched the annual charge will be £60 + VAT.”
The free listing on the appropriate regional page is completely without obligation and includes a hyperlink to the designers website or email.
22 January 2004
FREE WEBSITE OFFER FOR ARCHITECTS AND SURVEYORS
New conservatory site provides effective marketing platform
Architects and surveyors who specialise in conservatories are invited to take advantage of a free year-long listing on a website aimed at consumers who are interested in adding a conservatory to their properties.
The website, http://www.conservatory-surveyors.com, is from the eBuilders stable which includes the ground-breaking www.conservatoriesonline.com, acknowledged as the world’s leading conservatory website. Like its sister sites, www.conservatory-surveyors.com is expected to maintain high positions on all the major search engines, making it a highly effective marketing platform.
“This is a great opportunity for professional practices to get their names across to potential customers at absolutely no cost,” said eBuilders managing director Barry Dunlop.
The free listing on the appropriate regional page is completely without obligation and includes a hyperlink to the architect’s website or email. However, Barry Dunlop is confident that the website’s performance will encourage people to renew after a year.
As well as a Conservatory Surveyors Directory, the site will contain practical information on planning permission and building regulations affecting conservatories.
Architects and surveyors who want to submit their business details for inclusion on the site can do so by completing the short form found by logging on to http://www.conservatory-surveyors.com/submit_details.htm
5 January 2004
INAUGURAL CONSERVATORY INSTALLATIONS OF THE YEAR ANNOUNCED
Family firm, national chain and overseas specialist take top accolades
The world’s leading conservatory website, www.conservatoriesonline.com, has announced the winners of its inaugural Conservatory Installation of the Year Awards.
The overall winner of Best Conservatory Installation 2003 was family firm West Yorkshire Windows for a PVCu ‘P-shaped’ Victorian-style conservatory built with a wood-grain finish that was carefully selected to match the property’s existing windows. The attention to detail, standard of work, plus the beautifully-landscaped garden, made for a winning installation. www.westyorkshirewindows.com
Best Large Conservatory Installation went to Anglian Home Improvements. The company built a 32ft ‘L-shaped’ extension on the back of a bed-and-breakfast in Maidstone, giving the owners and their guests a vast and stylish new living area. www.anglianhome.co.uk
A US company that aims to re-create ‘the distinctive elegance and rich detail of the classic 19th century glasshouse’ picked up the title for Best International Installation (non-UK). Tanglewood Conservatories built a stunning garden room passageway, featuring an indoor fountain and bevelled glass transom windows, between the customer’s main house and a new addition. www.tanglewoodconservatories.com
The unique www.conservatoriesonline.com, which gives potential buyers information on everything they need to know about every aspect of conservatories, has become recognised as the world’s top conservatory site.
Barry Dunlop, managing director of site owner eBuilders, said: “We are proud to provide first-rate, expert information on all aspects of conservatories. Similarly we aim to encourage excellence in suppliers and these awards are designed to acknowledge the achievements of those companies that have demonstrated high quality and first-class standards in meeting particular challenges during 2003.”
Suppliers who would like to advertise on the site or take advantage of a free listing should email firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions for the monthly ‘Featured Conservatory Installations’, from which the annual winners are chosen, are also invited – check out the website (www.conservatoriesonline.com/featured_installations_2003.htm) for details.
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Top tip: Take a lesson from the real world, if you set up a store and spend everything on fixed assets and nothing on advertising, would you expect such a business to succeed? Of course not. So why do so many people pour all their cash into their web site and leave nothing over to promote it, when it should be the other way around.
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