How Design Hero helped
Nick just completed my new business website and I couldn’t be happier. A professional custom-built page at a great price. Nick is very hands-on and always available for any questions or concerns. The site was literally only launched for a few hours and already having enquiries. Will defo be using design hero again for any future online work.
Graham asked Design Hero for help to design a professional website for his cleaning business in Greenock.
The design brief was minimalist, clean and professional.
Of course I added my usual marketing spin to the website to help Graham’s cleaning business all his services online, and boost customer conversions in the form of email and phone leads.
The homepage for the site gets straight to the point. The cleaning website immediately directs the user to immediately submit an enquiry using the sleek online contact form
Graham’s cleaning services are nicely displayed on his website using minimalist thumbnails and allow the user to easily find the right service that they need on his cleaning website.
Each cleaning service that MacClean offers is given a service page on the cleaner’s website. Each service page is designed to help customers convert.
The quality of Graham’s cleaning business service is shown in these fantastic “before and after” images which use a nifty slider to show the difference MacClean makes.
The professional cleaning website also puts Graham’s excellent reviews front and center, helping build trust with potential customers.
Of course the main purpose of any website is to drive growth and deliver leads. MacClean’s new cleaning website drives users to the contact page where an online enquiry form gathers leads from potential customers.
As well as a dedicated online contact form, this professional cleaning website also features sticky contact buttons and contact details in the header and footer to help users convert at all times.
Graham’s superior level of professional cleaning services are promoted on the website with an about page dedicated to MacClean