Angie’s List today announced the launch of its “Work with the Best” sweepstakes.
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Americans spend more than $400 billion a year on home improvement. A good portion of those projects come through Angie’s List. We’d love to see every one of those jobs go well, but even the best company is going to have a misstep here and there. So we guarantee workmanship up to $100,000. Here's why.
By Angie Hicks
HomeAdvisor scored a partnership with Google for finding cabinet makers, closet designers and other home improvement and services firms. HomeAdvisor's Instant Booking for homeowners searching for local service pros online is the latest entry in a heated competition that includes Facebook-Pro.com, Lowe's-Porch.com,Home Depot-Red Beacon, along with freestanding entries including Amazon Home Services, Angie's List, and Houzz.
Angie's List launched LeadFeed, which capture leads from the 100 million unique visitors to its website, and sells them as prospective customers for remodelers, closets design firms, cabinetry companies and other service providers. Lead prices range from $7 to $100
Pro.com has launched Text-a-Pro, a mobile messaging service that connects homeowners with home services professionals via Facebook’s Messenger app. Homeowners can receive instant and flat-rate prices on home projects and schedule appointments within minutes.
Angie's List takes on rival services for finding contractors by offering a $100,000 guarantee on work done by remodelers and home improvement services sourced through its site. Angiehe insurance outpaces services like TaskRabbit
When it comes to custom closet solutions the good folks of Pittsburgh, PA, have more than enough companies from which to choose, according to popular home improvement and design web sites.
Angie’s List set a strategic relationship with Masonite to provide the manufacturer's line-up of exterior and interior doors to Angie’s List members, with installation available from Angie’s List installers.
Angie's List announced that William S. Oesterle plans to step down as Chief Executive Officer and member of the Board of Directors.