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What is the best layout for a furniture assembler website?

Not too long ago, if you needed furniture assembly services, you’d go to the Yellow Pages. Then you’d find a furniture assembly company that looked or sounded like it was a good fit. For many small businesses, these directories, alongside word of mouth, were a lifeline.

Now, instead of the Yellow Pages, we have the Internet. Whenever someone wants to find furniture assembly locally, they turn to their smartphone or computer. That means that if you want a piece of the nearly 40,000 searches Google processes every second, you’ve got to be online. And, beyond that, you’ve got to be online with a good website. But what does that really mean?

70-80% of people research a business online before they visit it. Why? Because they’re looking for a business that looks credible and well-liked.

They’ll want to see photos and positive reviews. They’ll also want to see details about your furniture assembly business. This includes your hours, your contact information, and what kind of assembly and fitting services you offer.

They may even want to be able to interact with you directly over chat to ask questions. It’s smart to make yourself accessible in the right places.

As a rule, your company’s website should always feature three things: excellent usability, appealing aesthetics and informative content.

In practice, this means that you’ll want to pay particular attention to the quality of the photography or other images used, the design of the page – as well as how it looks on mobile, which is how more and more people are searching for small businesses today – and clear, concise description of the furniture assembly’s services, location, and hours.

Take a look at this web page to see how our website model works for furniture assembly companies:

South East Flatpack– a ready-made solution for furniture assembly from UENI

A screenshot of South East Flatpack's homepage
  • Images: Premium, high-quality images capture the visitor’s attention and provide visual context for the services on offer.
  • Content: Engaging written content welcomes visitors to the page, sets the scene of the business’ story/mission, and clearly and concisely informs the reader of what he or she needs to know about the business.
  • Services: A services section makes visitors aware of the services available and includes online booking functionality, allowing the user to book flat pack furniture assembly or bedroom and kitchen fittings directly.
  • Opening hours: The opening hours are clearly displayed and easy to read.

Every one of our furniture assembly business websites is built around these guiding principles – usability, aesthetics and great content.

This makes the website user-friendly and improves the overall user experience, allowing prospective customers to quickly and easily find the furniture assembly and see what kind of services they offer.

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