Log Homes of America, Inc. Earns Houzz ‘Best of 2014 – Client Satisfaction’ Badge

March 5, 2014. Jefferson, NC – Houzz, which has been referred to as “the Wikipedia of interior and exterior design sites,” is a website and online community that is quickly becoming the leading platform for both new and existing home design.  According to Houzz, it “connects millions of homeowners, home design enthusiasts and home improvement professionals across the country and around the world.” 

After joining the Houzz community in 2013, Log Homes of America was recently awarded a Customer Satisfaction Badge, which Houzz determines based on the number and quality of client reviews received.

“We have seen the advantages and convenience of social media grow in a short time, not to mention the increase of our client base who utilize these tools,” says Log Homes of America President Joel Robinson.  “Houzz has become a site where we can share our various projects with the community, house (no pun intended) our customer reviews, and much more.”

Log Homes of America (LHA) is classified on Houzz as a ‘Pro’ (as opposed to a home owner or other such user).  The Best of Houzz badges are only awarded to 4% of professionals on the site.  Since joining, Log Homes of America has uploaded twelve different projects and nearly 150 photos to the site.  The amount of users who have shared or added LHA photos to their ‘ideabooks’ is staggering.

“While we are also highly active in other social networking sites such as Facebook, Pinterest and others, Houzz has garnered more activity from users viewing and adding our photos to their Ideabooks, ” says National Sales Manager Jeremy Bertrand.  “On top of all the activity, our recent Client Satisfaction badge is a testament to our 25 years of just that – client satisfaction.  This badge will allow us to be found easier by clients looking for a professional who stands out from others.”

To learn more about Log Homes of America on Houzz, go to www.houzz.com/pro/loghomesofamerica, call us at 800-564-8496 or visit www.loghomesofamerica.com.