Care to give me some feedback on my new NiceJob website?


#1

Hello, I’ve decided to use NiceJob to launch my new site. My first site was built by me and was definitely lacking. This site is called the convert site. Any feedback much appreciated. As always I thank you all for the endless valuable info that is provided daily.
www.expertpowerwash.com


#2

I like it. As with most sites I visit, I found a few grammatical errors. I’ve heard good stuff about the app called Grammarly, but haven’t used it yet myself.

One paragraph that jumped out at me as having several issues:


#3

Looks great! Nice touch with adding sadie in there lol.
Who did your shirts?


#4

@Infinity, thank you for the detailed feedback. I will reach out to them to make a few changes. They wrote all the content.


#5

@Grizz, those shirts are from FinPrint.


#6

Nice site man!


#7

Thank you


#8

That looks great Tim, really professional.


#9

Awesome site! Agree with @Infinity on several grammatical errors within the paragraphs but excellent overall!


#10

With our professionally trained experts and soft washing techniques, our techniques gently wash your home without the risk of damage from high-pressure. On top of that, we offer a satisfaction guarantee with a 5-year warranty . And if you find any reoccuring spots, we’ll come back and treat them.

With our professionally trained experts and soft washing techniques, our team will gently wash your home without the risk of damage from high-pressure. On top of that, we offer a satisfaction guarantee with a 5-year warranty…if you find any reoccuring spots, we’ll come back and treat them!


#11

Wow a five year warranty, you couldn’t do that in the south, some north facing sides mold up in as little as 2-3 months, I would tread cautiously offering a 5 year warranty. Your site looks fine & will generate lots of calls. Regards


#12
  1. Deeply concerned about your 5 year warranty…that just seems weird.
  2. You have an “after” picture below your “book online” that you took while it was wet. It makes it look like the house is splotchy.
  3. you said " Our process provides a 100% kill ratio on mildew, algae and lichens" That sir is a pesticidal claim. I once had a customer put a review on their website that was written by a customer that said “The product worked great, it removed all the mold and mildew from the house”…that was a $5000 fine from the EPA for making a pesticidal claim…yes THE REVIEW that claimed it removed the mold and mildew triggered the fine. Unless you list “Our process using EPA Registration 123-4567 provides 100% kill ratio…etc.” AND those words have to come off of the master EPA label. You can’t say anything about an EPA registered product unless it’s on the label…you can’t even add in a word if there has been a typo!
  4. Deck and fence cleaning section “We have a one goal – to…etc” Are you mocking italians? We have a one goal…lol…sorry, my grandpa talks like that, but probably not good to use on a website.
  5. Solar panel cleaning “Increasing the power output and efficiency of your solar system by 20% or more”…you meant to say UP TO 20% or more. What you have written is guaranteeing people an increase of 20%. It’s actionable by lawsuit if they don’t get that.

Overall it is an attractive site. I would encourage you to read each section OUT LOUD as there are many grammatical errors. Also, most of your pictures are taken while still wet…that actually doesn’t look nearly as good as going back the next day and taking better pictures of a dry surface.


#13

@CaCO3Girl thank you for all your detailed feedback. I will be reaching out to NiceJob to make some changes. This is the reason I asked. You see the things that are sometimes overlooked. Very valuable feedback.


#14

That is some scary stuff…

Do you have any recommendations for safe alternative wording? Removing mildew and other organic matter is a large part of what we do :flushed:


#15

The key word is STAINS.
I remove mildew STAINS
I remove Algae STAINS
I remove Mildew STAINS…

no it doesn’t have to be in capital letters, but you get my point. You didn’t remove the living thing through pesticidal means…nope…you just removed the stains. And for goodness sakes don’t use the word KILL. The definition of a pesticide by the EPA is " Pesticide law defines a “ pesticide ” (with certain minor exceptions) as: Any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any pest . "

So don’t say you prevent mold from growing, destroy mildew, kill the roots… etc.

Hope that helps.