MEDFORD, Wis.— Weather Shield Windows & Doors has been recognized by Houzz, the leading platform for home renovation and design, with a 2016 Best of Houzz award, a homeowner-to-homeowner guide to the top home builders, architects, interior designers, residential remodeling professionals and product manufacturers on Houzz. The annual survey and analysis of the community of over 35 million monthly users revealed the top-rated home remodeling professionals and most popular home designs on the platform.
“Houzz is growing in popularity and influence in the home design and remodeling space, and is an important marketing vehicle for Weather Shield,” said Chris Schield, vice president of marketing for the company. “We plan to continue to increase our activity on Houzz and other social media platforms in 2016 as we build our brand recognition with homeowners and specifiers, and support our dealers.”
The Best of Houzz is awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. Design award winners’ work was the most popular among the more than 35 million monthly users on Houzz. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including the number and quality of recent client reviews. Architecture and interior design photographers whose images were most popular are recognized with the Photography award.
“Anyone building, remodeling or decorating looks to Houzz for the most talented, competent and service-oriented professionals,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of industry marketing for Houzz. “We’re delighted to join our community of homeowners and design enthusiasts in recognizing our ‘Best of Houzz’ professionals around the world.”
A “Best of Houzz 2016” badge appears on winners’ profiles, as a sign of their commitment to excellence. These badges help homeowners identify popular and top-rated manufacturers as well as home professionals in every metro area on Houzz.
Weather Shield’s award-winning work can be viewed in this “Best of” ideabook. Click here to see the most popular designs on Houzz.
Source: Weather Shield