CAMARILLO, CA – June 06, 2016 – H.W. Holmes, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of their brand new website. The site, located at http://www.hwholmesinc.com, is intended to better link Southern California commercial property owners, landlords, tenants, developers, designers, and architects to the high-quality construction services the company offers in Ventura, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara counties.
“The launch of our new website is an exciting time for us,” said Hoyt W. Holmes, company owner. “We’ve served the Southern California region for over 25 years and built our business and reputation onword-of-mouth and referrals alone. This website gives us an opportunity to not just grow our business and expand our portfolio, but to also broaden our brand recognition to become the region’s top choice for retail and restaurant construction, office tenant improvements, and other commercial buildout or remodeling projects.”
The website, built by Los Angeles-based web designer Jimmy Antepara, features content detailing the different types of general contracting and commercial construction services provided by H.W. Holmes, Inc. Their success places emphasis on relationship-building, personal interaction and a customer-centric approach along with high-quality craftsmanship, project management, and cost control measures, allowing them to stay on-budget without compromising quality.
A photo slideshow and gallery showcases past projects completed by the Southern California builder. Featured projects include the Giant Bicycle shop in Thousand Oaks, CA, the Pizza Rev in Ventura, CA, the Newbury Park Bicycle Shop in Newbury Park, CA, and the 76 Gas Station in Camarillo, CA. Client testimonials can also be viewed.
ABOUT H.W. HOLMES, INC.
H.W. Holmes, Inc. is a commercial builder and construction management company serving the Ventura, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara areas. Since 1991, the company has worked with area commercial property owners, building managers, tenants, architects, designers, and development companies on projects ranging from office tenant improvements to retail, restaurant and commercial construction, remodeling, and buildouts.