In today’s competitive market, reviews are the name of the game. And for Raleigh contractor and builder websites, there isn’t a better way of showcasing both your creative handiwork and glowing reputation than with a case study.
Simply put, case studies are happy stories. They detail the before, during and after of a project, showcasing the customer’s satisfaction and your ability to deliver timely, and on-point construction and design. And while you could just have your satisfied client write you a Google review, a case study gives you the opportunity to explain the project in more detail, offering more insight into how you provide customer service.
Here are additional reasons why your website should include case studies:
Case Studies Provide Evidence of Satisfied Customers.
As mentioned above, case studies are happy stories. Providing case studies on your builder website shows potential clients that you have a positive reputation within the building community and have completed exemplary work. The reviewed project is a testimonial to your customer service, craftsmanship, and ability to deliver projects on time. Your case studies can also include direct quotes from your customer, giving you and the project more credibility.
Case Studies Provide a Resource for Future Sales.
When dealing with prospective clients who have specific problems and needs, case studies make it easier to show how you handled a similar project beforehand. You will be able to show your prospect not only how you handled the unique set of needs but also how the client was happy with the final result, thus leading to a (hopefully) signed contract.
Case studies make excellent marketing resources. They can act as a positive review and a sales tool -all in one. Check out our web design portfolio for more ideas on how case studies can benefit you and your company!