Restoration Website Design
Create a website that actually generates water damage leads
No fluff. Just conversions.
So many web designers focus on the wrong things. Yes, it is important for the website to look professional but it’s way more important that the website actually makes you money.
Here, at RepairSprout, most of our focus goes into planning and creating a website that doesn’t just look nice but generates leads as well.
Because we are a niche-specific agency, working only with restoration contractors, we have a deep understanding of how restoration websites need to look like in order to generate water damage restoration leads.
What Makes a Website Convert?
Why do some websites generate so many leads with limited traffic while other websites with a lot of traffic struggle to generate a single lead?
There are a few things that a high converting water damage website needs to have taken care of.
1. Mobile-Friendly Design
Did you know that 61% of Google users are more likely to call a local business if they have a mobile-friendly website? Why is this the case?
You see, over 80% of internet traffic comes from mobile devices. This means that most buyer journeys start from a mobile device.
A person interested in a water damage restoration service, when not using word of mouth, turns to Google to find local service providers. What do you think this person will do if they access a website that’s NOT mobile-friendly in this case?
We’ll give you a hint, it definitely doesn’t have anything to do with calling you and making you money.
Due to these reasons, we always focus on making mobile-friendly restoration websites.
2. Speed and Security
Do you like waiting?
Of course not! And guess what, neither do your potential customers. Most website visitors will click off a website if it takes more than 3 seconds for it to load. That’s not a lot of time. This is why we apply the latest speed optimization practices that are Core Web Vitals compliant.
Not only will you visitors thank you for caring about your restoration website’s load time but so will the search engines. Since 2018, website speed is a ranking factor on Google.
3. Content and Reviews
The biggest factor in a high converting restoration website is the content – text, images, reviews, and testimonials. Or in other words, the structure of your website.
We will come up with an effective content marketing strategy for your restoration website. The result of this strategy will be a website that will sell your services for you, around the clock, like a salesperson who never takes a break.
This salesperson will also never mess up with the “script”, complain, or ask for a raise.
4. Call to Action
We will make sure that the content we create doesn’t only convince people that they need your service but also gets to take action NOW, without waiting.
This is done by adding a Call to Action after every paragraph. The CTAs will make your website much more engaging and your call log will show it.
Just in case you're not 100% sure.
Websites shouldn’t be used just for an “online presence”. Instead, they should be utilized as lead-generating machines. To increase the lead volume you’re getting and grow your business online, you absolutely need a high converting website.
Even if you were at the top of your game in social media marketing or Pay Per Click advertising (Google Ads), you’d still be left off with poor conversion rates if the landing pages you’re sending traffic to are slow, ugly, and not properly optimized for generating phone calls.
Learn more about PPC on our restoration PPC page.
You also can not rank at the top of local search results on Google with a poor website. Search engine optimization (SEO) requires, among various other elements, a well-performing, content-rich website with a great user experience.
With all of this said, it’s safe to conclude that your restoration company’s website is the most critical element of your restoration marketing campaigns.
Our pricing is always custom and unique to each customer. Each client has their own set of requirements for their digital marketing campaigns and our pricing is adjusted accordingly.
The answer to this question also depends on the client’s requirements. Note that we’re not just “creating a website” but also putting the time into planning the layout, creating content, and applying certain optimization techniques that will make your website perform well in the search results.
Yes. Along with our restoration web design service, we offer basic SEO as a free add-on. Note that, if you do not order our full restoration SEO service, this will be a one-and-off project.
When you do order our local SEO service, we will not only apply the most important SEO practices to your website but we will also continuously monitor and improve the results we get, month after month.
All of the websites we design for water damage companies are WordPress websites. We use WordPress because it’s not only easy to build a restoration website with it from scratch, it’s also incredibly simple for the client to manage it.
We only work in YOUR niche.
Think about it. Picking a web design company that works with all industries is like picking an attorney to help you with taxes but that attorney also aids clients who need help with divorce and criminal cases.
Jack of all trades, master of none.
Don’t pick jacks. Your restoration business doesn’t deserve that. Pick masters instead.
We understand what clients from the water damage restoration industry exactly need because we only work with them, nobody else.