Mountain Log Homes of Frisco wins Best of Houzz award
Ryan Summerlin February 26, 2014
An annual survey and analysis of the 16 million monthly users on Houzz.com revealed Mountain Log Homes of Frisco as a top-rated building, remodeling and design business. Mountain Log Homes was awarded “Best of Houzz,” chosen by the users of the home design website.
The 26-year-old design/build firm received recognition for its log and timber-frame custom homes, as well as its interior design and decorating subsidiary. Best of Houzz is awarded in Customer Satisfaction and Design categories. Customer Satisfaction awards are determined by the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2013. Design award winners had the most popular work among the users, known as “Houzzers” who can save professional images to their own idea books. Winners receive a “Best of Houzz 2014” badge for their profiles, helping homeowners identify popular and top-rated home professionals.
“Houzz has been a tremendous asset in working with clients, with over a million inspiration photos to view, it has improved the communication with new clients who previously didn’t know how to express their desires. A picture really is worth a thousand words,” said Karen Wray, design coordinator for Mountain Log Homes & Interiors, in a prepared statement.
Follow Mountain Log Homes on Houzz at www.houzz.com/pro/quadcowboy/mountain-log-homes-of-co-inc.
— Kelsey Fowler
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