Palo Alto, Calif. - Houzz Inc., the leading platform for home renovation and design, launched the Houzz Trade Program to provide industry professionals with multiple ways to profit from purchasing and recommending products in the Houzz Marketplace, from items for major remodeling projects and custom home builds, such as bathtubs and fixtures, to furniture and decor products.
“We’re incredibly excited to give our 1.5 million-strong professional community the opportunity to increase both profit and client satisfaction through the Houzz Trade Program,” said Liza Hausman, vice president of Industry Marketing for Houzz. “This program is the latest tool we’ve developed to benefit our incredible pro community, and continues to make the process of renovation and design more productive, profitable and fun for everyone involved.”
All professionals working in the home improvement industry, including designers, architects, contractors, and more, can apply to the program. The Houzz Trade Program is integrated with existing Houzz tools including ideabooks and Sketch.
Some of the benefits of the Houzz Trade Program include:
- Trade-only discounts up to 50 percent on hundreds of thousands of products including top brands, European products and Houzz exclusives
- The opportunity to earn up to 10 percent in credit when clients purchase any of the 8 million retail-priced products
- A dedicated trade support team to help facilitate and expedite orders
- Free shipping on most trade-discounted orders over $49
Some of the vendors providing discounts to Houzz pros enrolled in the Trade Program include Baldwin, Emerson, Feiss, Flos, Kraus, Missoni Home, Safavieh, and Swarovski.
Houzz has also arranged pre-approval into the Trade Program for members of several industry trade associations, including the American Society for Interior Designers (ASID), the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP).
To learn more about the Houzz Trade Program and to enroll, please visit www.houzz.com/trade-program.
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