Caland Updates Website With All New Content Including Portfolio and Testimonials

Caland Updates Website With All New Content Including Portfolio and Testimonials

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Caland Construction Group can now show new visitors to their website why they are regarded the best builder in Cape Town thanks to new before and after photos, user reviews and more.

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa – June 23, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Home improvements are an amazing way to add equity to any home, but only when the build quality of the finished product matches or improves upon the original building. For basic maintenance many feel they can handle the job themselves, but for more ambitious projects most feel the need to bring in contractors. Caland Construction Group specializes in renovations and alterations of the highest quality, and has updated their website with examples of their previous work to help new clients understand what they are really capable of.

The new before and after gallery shows just what a dramatic difference that Caland’s Cape Town renovations can make, transforming spaces from exhausted interiors and exteriors to beautifully designed and quintessentially modern areas that add equity, and importantly, make a home feel like new.

The site also has a section for references, reviews and testimonials in which clients speak frankly and in their own words about the quality of service they have received, including photographic evidence of the improvements to which they are referring. The new sections should give new potential clients all the evidence they need to make the right decision.

A spokesperson for Caland Construction Group explained, “Anyone looking for builders in Cape Town need look no further than Caland Construction Group. Often when choosing a renovation company, users will scour the net to find customer reviews and evidence of the work done to help them make their decision. By centralizing that content onto our own site we make it easier for our clients to trust us and move forward together to create amazing new spaces. We are thrilled that the call for support among our existing customers was answered so strongly, with photos and endorsements flooding in. We thank them for taking the time, and hope that new clients are excited about the possibilities for our working together on their homes.”

About Caland:
Caland Construction Group has been established for 15 years as a top construction company in Cape Town. Experts in home renovations, building alterations, construction all types of building work in Cape Town and the surrounding areas. Their site is used by homeowners planning to renovate their kitchens or homes, including general renovations, building alterations, construction work, or seeking reliable and recommended builders.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.caland.co.za/

Contact Info:
Name: Claude Steyn
Email: caland1@telkomsa.net
Phone: +27 837724133
Organization: Caland Group

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