Hansen Buildings, an online retailer specializing in pole building kits, recently overhauled their website to make it easier for customers to plan and visualize projects before ordering their kit. Hansen Buildings' website now provides one of the most interactive user experiences in the industry.
Users who are unsure what type of building best suits their needs can now browse the buildings photo gallery to get creative ideas for homes, barns, shops, sheds, and more. When users see a specific project that they like, they can click the 'I Want One Like This' button to request a quote.
Site visitors who want to learn more about specific aspects of pole buildings, such as insulation or relevant building codes, can browse the Pole Building Learning Center page. The updated site also has a "Paint Your Building" feature that allows users to change the colors of the roof, trim, walls, and wainscot in a simulation of their pole building.
Online visitors who already know what kind of structure they need can use the new Hansen Buildings website to quickly get a cost estimate. The site's Pole Barn Prices page contains price estimates based on different combinations of width, length, and height, and users can get a more exact price for their specific project by clicking the 'Customize My Building Kit' button. The new integrated quote system, which asks users to submit some basic information about their building project, allows Hansen Buildings to deliver a fast response.
Other changes to the Hansen Buildings' website include a mobile-friendly responsive design, which allows the web pages to expand or contract to fit any screen size, and drop down menus at the top of the page for easier navigation. The convenient integrated quote system is also optimized for mobile use.
While their site has a new look, Hansen Buildings has retained the hundreds of informative blog posts featured on their old site. The blog archives include the Ask the Pole Barn Guru series, in which Hansen Buildings' technical director Mike Momb answers pole building questions posed by real customers.