Emperor Staingoud, Winschoten

Emperor Staingoud, Winschoten Hoogma Webdesign Beerta

We have been able to deliver two websites for the sympathetic entrepreneurs behind Keizer StainGoud in Winschoten Daan and Marjolein. One of these is for the masonry, pointing and carpentry company Keizer Staingoud. The website shows the various services and options that the company offers, and has, among other things, a portfolio and a services module, a contact page, an extra page web form for requesting a quote, and of course the, in this case very important, reference to the socials.

Word of mouth and many social posts
Keizer StainGoud is a company that knows how to tackle things. About ten employees serve a large, diverse customer base, created by good reviews (word-of-mouth) and by sharing numerous project photos of the work on social media, such as Facebook.

Do you have masonry work in Groningen, Friesland or Drenthe? that you want to have professionally carried out? This can be indoors or outdoors, new construction or renovation. Then take a look at the website and Facebook page of Keizer Staingoud and be pleasantly surprised.

More information on: https://www.keizerstaingoud.nl/

Would you like to see more? Go to the page Portfolio.

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