HousePlansAndMore.com Adds Exciting New Features to House Plans Web Site

HousePlansAndMore.com Adds Exciting New Features to House Plans Web Site

With more than 15,000 home plans to choose from, users may find the task of searching for a new home a bit daunting. But with HDA’s new search features, finding that special luxury house plan is a breeze. Consumers are able to search by home plan style, size, and by estimated cost-to-build. HDA lists more than a dozen home plan style categories, and has dozens of styles from custom log home plans to contemporary home plans. The simple navigation allows one to narrow by category and the cost-to-build tool is a unique feature that allows the home plan searcher to ensure they will stay within their set budget.

(PRWEB) October 25, 2007 — It’s no secret that consumers are turning to the Internet for more and more purchases. For a company to stay at the top of their industry, they must employ a stimulating, yet user-friendly Web site, that makes it to the front page of any search engine. HDA, Inc., a St. Louis-based distributing, merchandising and publishing company, has recently added features to their home plan site, www.houseplansandmore.com, to meet this need.

With more than 15,000 home plans to choose from, users may find the task of searching for a new home a bit daunting. But with HDA’s new search features, finding that special luxury house plan is a breeze. Consumers are able to search by home plan style, size, and by estimated cost-to-build. HDA lists more than a dozen home plan style categories, and has dozens of styles from custom log home plans to contemporary home plans. The simple navigation allows one to narrow by category and the cost-to-build tool is a unique feature that allows the home plan searcher to ensure they will stay within their set budget.
   
In addition, a brand new Photo Gallery has been added to give consumers a true feel for the home they are interested in purchasing. Visitors to the site can click on the Photo Gallery to view all plans with photos available, or when viewing a single plan, click on the camera icon to view available photos. It is a fun and simple way to take the customer on a virtual tour through the home.
   
“In today’s world everyone turns to the Internet for information, and now anyone with a desire to build can turn to www.houseplansandmore.com, the one-stop shop on the electronic highway for all the building information they need,” said Larry Rigg, Senior Designer at HDA. “Our Web site offers variable search options to make it easy to choose from thousands of home plans and projects complete with material outlines, building estimates, customizing, photo galleries, a builder locater service, legal help, and more.”
   
In the site’s Resource Center users will find an abundance of articles to assist them through the home building journey. Articles cover every topic – from how to select the best contractor to how to decorate the house when it’s complete. A blog site is also offered, featuring a new topic each week for users to read and share their comments.
   
With all of these additions, country house plan perfect for you.”
   
To see the upgraded Web site, and to find more information about HDA, Inc., please visit www.houseplansandmore.com or call 314-770-2222.
HDA, Inc., headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is the one of the country’s largest distributors and category managers of books and magazines to retail outlets. HDA currently distributes more than 350,000 books, magazines and CD’s weekly and has the warehouse and distribution capacity to expand output to more than 1,000,000 units weekly. The company also publishes its own books, magazines, home plans, project plans, wall murals and kits for creating Yard Art. HDA was founded in 1983 by Robert Ketterer and George Bearer. The company is located at HDA, Inc. 944 Anglum Road, St. Louis, Missouri, 63042-2329. The phone number is 314-770-2222 and the corporate website is www.hdainc.com.

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