Imagine Henry or Henrietta homeowner is trying to figure out how much remodeling their kitchen will cost.
They’re going to do what you I would do and that’s to go online and begin searching for ways to do estimates.
They’re going to do what you I would do and that’s to go online and begin searching for ways to do estimates. During one of their first searches, they discover that you have to know the square footage of the area to be remodeled.
So they measure and come up with a total square footage of 1000 feet. Their plan is to gut the kitchen. open up the dining room and the family room creating 1000 sqaure foot area that would then need to be drywalled.
So then they try to figure out how much drywall would they need for a 1000 square feet area. And that’s when they Google how much would it cost to drywall 1000 square feet.
If you are a marketing savvy local remodeling company, you may very well want to be the source that provides them the answer.
After you show them how to calculate the cost and give them the answer you might want to also give them some advice and offer to give them a free in-home estimate.
And that my friend is a search engine locally optimized organically generated lead. And the owner of that marketing savvy local remodeling company also knows the value of every lead for each of the remodeling service they offer. Bathroom remodeling lead might be worth $100, a kitchen remodeling lead might be worth $100, a whole house remodeling lead might be worth $250 and an outdoor kitchen might be worth $500 a lead.
So he could take that same tactic to create content specific to those services that he offers, help people estimated costs who are considering those products or services for their houses.
Back to the original questions…the answer is; 35 sheets of drywall. Each sheet is 8 feet by 4 feet or 32 square feet each. So if you simply multiply the two you get 1,120 square feet.
If you go to Lowes or Home Depot go to the drywalll panel section you’ll see that price ranges from $6.41 new $15.12 depending on the type of drywall you get. So the cost for the drywall would be as low as $224.35 or as high as $529.20.
And then the advice from the local remodeling companies to Henry or Henrietta homeowner…”It takes more than just drywall to remodel a kitchen”. And then explains that they are an expert for whatever remodeling services the website visitor is interested in.
I would then say, “We are professional contractors who specialize in remodeling or changing structures of existing spaces, not building new homes or additions. And we know that when we have to deal with the previous builder’s work, jobs can get very complicated, more so than new construction.
We specialize in both kitchens and bathrooms, and they have a lot in common. Kitchens and bathroom remodeling requires a lot of fixtures, which require careful planning and installation. Sinks, faucets, tubs and toilets all need water hookups and drainage. And they both use similar materials, like tile and stone for countertops and flooring
As remodeling professionals, we can help you create designs and then translate the architectural plans into reality. As the general contractor for your remodeling project, we are responsible for hiring and supervising subcontractors and providing materials when necessary. We have a thorough knowledge of Dallas Metroplex area’s building codes and construction-related legal issues We are also very current in bathroom design and product trends.
As the general contractor for your remodeling project, we are responsible for hiring and supervising subcontractors and providing materials when necessary. We have a thorough knowledge of the local building codes and construction-related legal issues We are also very current in bathroom design and product trends.”
Then go for close…with powerful and frictionless calls to action.
Offers many options as possible; Chat. Call. Email. A Webform.
And make when they call… your phone is answered 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. And if they fill out a web form, send them an immediate auto-reply and call them back!