Website With Applications – O’Donnell Homes

O'Donnell homes
O’Donnell Homes was established in 1991. The company prides itself in delivering homes with 100% customer satisfaction. O’Donnell Homes builds custom homes in the South Suburbs of Chicago and Northwest Indiana. The company takes pride in their work by building homes using premium products. They build “green” homes that exceed the EPA’s 5 star energy efficient rating.

Challenge Challenge - Mountain without Flag

The company’s existing website was outdated and a new fresh looking website was needed. The company also wanted to offer viewers a look at available homes and high-end homes previously built.

Solution Solution - Mountain with Flag

The newly re-designed website gives O’Donnell Homes a new look and a cutting edge presence on the web. Viewers are presented with up to date information on the company.
Content Management
Administrators of the website are able to easily maintain the content. The website was built on a content management system platform. This enables the company to keep the website content up to date without requiring outside professional assistance. This added feature keeps maintenance costs down while giving the company the ability to provide its viewers with updated information.
The website gives the builder a fresh presence on the web. Viewers can view pictures from high end signature homes to regular homes. The content management system allows the site to be easily updated.

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