65 million strong community of homeowners and home professionals tab reclaimed lumber specialists for superior service.
Bloomberg Businessweek called Houzz “an online antidote to the housing bust.” Architectural Digest wrote about how the app would encourage imagination. TechCrunch wrote that the idea behind the community was well-executed. Accolades aside, Houzz has become the premier website and online community for architecture; interior design and decorating; landscape design and home improvement.
Antique Beams & Boards of Delta, Ohio has won a “Best of Houzz” award for “Service” on Houzz. Antique Beams & Boards, the leading provider of quality reclaimed wood products, was chosen by the millions of homeowners that comprise the Houzz community and from among more than 2.7 million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals.
Best of Houzz badges are awarded annually in three categories: Design, Customer Service and Photography. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including an industry professional’s overall rating on Houzz and client reviews submitted in 2021. Look for the “Best of Houzz 2022” badge on the Antique Beams & Boards website. These badges help the more than 65 million homeowners and home design enthusiasts on Houzz to identify popular and toprated home professionals and projects.
“We are beyond delighted to have won such a prestigious award that represents all of the hard work we put into this company day-in and day-out,” Antique Beams & Boards’ owner Matt Gleckler said. “Our team prides itself on high-quality, accessible service for any of our customers, regardless of their location.”
Have you used Houzz before? The online community offers a home design photo database with millions of images of home interiors and exteriors. Homeowners browse photos by room, style and location, and bookmark photos in personal collections the site calls ideabooks. Users can click on an image to learn more about the designer, ask a question, and learn about products tagged in the photos.
Houzz also has a directory of home improvement professionals who use the site to reach homeowners. The platform can be used for consumers to search through professionals for hire, view their previous projects, and ultimately hire them.
Whether it’s a 140-year-old hand hewn beam, or heavily weathered barn siding, Antique Beams & Boards has become a leading provider of quality reclaimed wood products in a rapidly growing industry. The company has been continuously supplying wood for unique small residential and large commercial projects.
The global reclaimed lumber market size was estimated to reach $51 billion in 2021. Gleckler and his team play an important part in the life cycle of salvaging, reconditioning, and selling reclaimed wood beams and timbers to builders and homeowners, including many in the Houzz community.
See more of Antique Beams & Boards’ work on Houzz at www.houzz.com/pro/antiquebeamsandboards.