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Home Renovation

A texting service to grow your home renovation company.

It’s hard keeping up with all of your projects, teams, quotes, and customers. But Text Request makes it easy. Let us show you how.

It takes a lot of communication to make your business run - but you can’t connect with customers quickly and reliably through emails or phone calls. That’s a problem.

Then you have to manage crews, handle estimates, schedule appointments, and make sure customers are happy. It's not easy!

Text Request makes communicating a breeze, so you can focus on growing your business and giving people their best homes. Check out some of our texting solutions for home renovation companies below.

Team Management

Crews text in to a shared dashboard when they arrive and leave locations. Touch base with the office for updates, questions, and more without tying up phone lines.

Easy Estimates

Stop sending employees all over town to give estimates. Use picture messaging for customers to show you the space they want fixed or remodeled, or to share inspiration and ideas.

Lead Generation

Potential customers are searching for your business online, but they don't want to call you. Get more leads through text by merging Text Request with your Google business listing, ads, and website.

Appointment Reminders

Text to setup appointments, confirm that customers will be home, and send updates if your crew is going to be early or late. Avoid cancellations, reschedules, and hassle.

Customer Payments

Text pictures of invoices to customers, or send them links to pay online. Send payment reminders and confirmations to make sure customers have a great experience from start to finish.

Online Reviews

Create message templates to ask happy customers for reviews on Google, Facebook, or wherever people are most likely to find you. Schedule messages in advance, and watch your online reviews soar.

What Our Customers Say

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