Pergolas R Us, A Pergola and Carport Specialist In Melbourne, Announce Launch Of Revamped Website For Their Customers

August 29, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Pergolas R Us, an established pergolas and carports company in Melbourne have recently redeveloped and relaunched their website. The new design was developed to bring a fresh, clean and updated look as well as provide a better user experience for their customers.

Much attention has been given to improving the layout and ease of navigation to allow their customers to find the information they're looking for more easily. This was partly accomplished by highlighting their available services more clearly as well as making it easier for their customers to contact them. A more prominent enquiry form has been added at the top to help those who are interested to submit their details for a free estimate.

Pergolas R Us were established all the way back in 1993 when they were first called WM Goodie Landscapes And Carpentry. Since then they have grown into a hugely successful business by extending their services into pergolas, verandahs, carports (www.pergolasrus.com.au/carports/), decking and more recently; garages.

Pergolas R Us are a family run business, owned by Matt Goodie. Since their early beginnings, they have helped transform over 5000 back yards into beautiful outdoor living spaces and are able to provide all the necessary advice on building permits and designs that fully complement their customer's property.

Looking through their newly designed website, viewers get a sense of quality in their service and ability to design and install a large variety of designs ranging from periodic to modern. Scrolling through their home page, you are presented with a gallery of recent projects which provides an opportunity for those who are interested to gauge their level of experience and ability.

The navigation allows the user to drill down into the various available services from pergolas to carports and more. The reader is presented with even more examples of projects which are easily accessed by viewing the gallery images.

"Our talented workforce has an incredible amount of experience and we're proud of the expertise we've developed since opening our doors to Melbourne. We go to great lengths to ensure we understand our customer's requirements and provide them all the advice they need so that when we've completed the project, they are happy with the end result. Customer satisfaction means a great deal to us!" says Matt Goodie, owner of Pergolas R Us.

Matt Goodie also states: "We felt our website needed an update to better reflect our values and standard of workmanship. We pride ourselves on being the leading pergolas company in Melbourne who are highly reputable, experienced and strive to provide the very best experience we can to our customers."

Due diligence must always be given before embarking on hiring a local builder. A great way to do this is to look into other people's experience with the business. For those who are interested in pursuing this route, can navigate to the testimonials page of the website and read through the feedback from customers who have used Pergolas R Us.

For those who would like to find out more about the services Pergolas R Us offer, can visit www.pergolasrus.com.au and contact Matt Goodie with their enquiries. Alternatively, their Facebook page is a great source of information.

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For more information about Pergolas R Us, contact the company here:

Pergolas R Us
Matt Goodie
1300 724 118
info@pergolasrus.com.au

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