One of the biggest reasons we love what we do so much, is working with so many wonderful people, and getting such glowing feedback. It only makes us want to do more, to be better. Good reviews inspire us to keep on keeping on. It makes our work the joyful experience it is.
When you have a moment, if we’ve had the opportunity to work with you, we would really appreciate you giving us an online review and post it to one (or several ) of the websites linked below. Having this favorable public feedback from satisfied clients or vendors on an impartial website gives our online presence a huge boost.
On most all of the websites listed below, you will need to have, or create, an account , with the exception of charlottesvillebizlist (“click to rate” - thumbs up or down) and superpages (write a review).
Google+ is the big one. These reviews count the most, but you have to have a Google+ account to write one. Again, there are many advantages to having a Google+ account. Click here to get started. Just click on the pencil, once you have an account.
Angie’s List is another big one. You have to sign up, and there is a fee, but you’ll find that Angie’s List is a valuable source for home improvement and health care referrals. Click here to get started on writing a review.
Houzz is one of our favorites. You may have noticed our postings about Houzz if you follow us on Facebook. We’re a big fan. You do not have to sign up for Houzz, but we hope you do. It’s beautifully done website for home ideas, and besides, your review benefits Smith & Robertson a whole lot more if you have a profile. Click here to review us.
Yelp is another great site. We use it frequently when traveling to a new area and want to try out a restaurant or B&B. It is quite popular, and ratings mean a lot in home builder searches! Click here to get started, then click on the highlighted button that says “write a review”. Once the review is written, you will have to sign up to post it. LinkedIn is wonderful for connections, and very useful for recommendations. Please recommend us if you use it and we are connected.
This list is long, but believe it or not, there are plenty more out there too! We really appreciate whatever you can do. And please stay in touch with us on our social media sites!
I was attracted to timber frame because there was something old and English about the exposed frame. Not rustic, but medieval looking . . . but I had never been in one.
John & Jeannine | Esmont, VA