Custom Door Maker Receives 100 Rave Reviews from the Houzz Community
Doors for Builders received 100 five-star reviews from clients on the popular social media site.
As posted online by Chicago Tribune
CHICAGO, January 26, 2016 — Doors for Builders achieved a five-star rating from 100 reviewers on houzz.com. About 35 million homeowners and home professionals use houzz.com to find and evaluate home remodeling and design through photos and reviews.
To place Doors for Builders recognition in perspective, Houzz statistics show only 31 home professionals out of four million on the home remodeling website have received 100 or more reviews. It is even tougher to reach the top five-star rating from 100 homeowners, contractors, architects, and interior designers.
“Greg [Greg Wozniak, founder and president of Doors for Builders] and Doors for Builders have my loyalty for life,” wrote Jordan Rosenberg at Jordan Rosenberg Architects and Associates in Ridgewood, N.J., on Houzz.
In September 2015, Doors for Builders was awarded two exclusive honors by houzz.com: the Influencer badge for professionals whose advice and knowledgeable posts are most appreciated by the Houzz community and the Recommended badge for top-rated professionals.
“Achieving this recognition from Houzz is a great honor for Doors for Builders,” says Greg Wozniak, founder and president of Doors for Builders in Elk Grove Village, Ill. “The reviews from our customers — home building professionals and clients — reinforces our business model of providing high quality doors at reasonable cost combined with great customer service.”
Since its inception, houzz.com has created a visual community for homeowners and home professionals to browse and save photos of home projects in an online platform combining the best features of Twitter and Instagram. Homeowners search for the right design and construction professionals for their projects. Architects, and design and construction professionals post photos of selected home projects and also look for home improvement professionals to collaborate with across the country and around the world.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2016, Doors for Builders has posted double digit growth every year since its start. The luxury, wooden door maker in Elk Grove Village, Ill., sells about 80 percent of its doors to building contractors, interior designers, and architects and about 20 percent directly to homeowners.