Atlanta, GA, January 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Hardline Homes, one of the Atlanta area's newest custom home building companies, has launched a new Web site at www.hardlinehomes.com to inform potential clients of the company's services, communities and other information. Hardline Homes offers a range of home improvement services from complete custom home building to pool and landscape design and installation and home remodeling.
The Web site has a clean, modern design and offers easy navigation and enhanced functionality, making information easy to obtain. The site includes information about Hardline Homes' founders Kevin Aycock and Richard Sosebee, the neighborhoods where the company has been selected as preferred builder, and a photo gallery of past projects and client testimonials from those that chose Hardline Homes as their new home builder or remodeler. Through beautiful photography, slide presentations and text, site visitors can learn all about Hardline Homes. The company will also provide a link to regular news and updates through the Hardline Homes blog, http://hardlinehomes.blogspot.com/.
“Our new Web site provides potential clients with the most comprehensive information about our services, homes and communities,” said managing partner Richard Sosebee. “We know that peopple who are considering a builder or remodeler want reliable, straightforward information about the companies in consideration. The site serves this need and provides potential clients with the opportunity to easily request additional information.”
The Hardline Homes Web site was designed and created by Experience Fresh Baked Cookies, a residential real estate sales and marketing company that handles all of the marketing for the company by award-winning sales and marketing expert, J. Tillman Douglas, Jr.
Hardline Homes' founders bring a combination of 13 years of residential and commercial building experience. Aycock and Sosebee met in college at the University of Georgia where the idea of owning a building company together was first conceptualized. Following graduation in 2001, Aycock began building residential homes for John Willis Homes, Inc. and has built more than 75 single-family homes in the Atlanta area. Sosebee graduated in 2003 and began working in site development for PEC Development Group. In 2006, Sosebee started his own development company, Hardline Development, which focused on commercial building and development. At Hardline Homes, Aycock focuses on building homes perfect for today’s home buyers while Sosebee focuses on site development and operations management. For more information about Hardline Homes, visit www.hardlinehomes.com.