Fence Design Software paints a picture of what you are selling

Fence design software can paint pictures for your prospects

And you probably know that a picture is worth a thousand words.  Maybe it’s even worth a few thousand dollars…

Compare these two images:

  • A simple 2D line drawing:

Fence Design Software fence in 2D drawing -

 

  • A 3D model imposed over a photograph of the prospect’s cottage:

Fence Design Software cottge with fence

 

Which picture helps the sale more?

Of course. And if I knew more about how to design fences – the photo would be even more realistic.

It took me about 30 minutes to do this model.  Remember those 30 minutes also gave me all the reports, layouts, drawings, and material cost estimates I need to plan and bid the job [if I was a fence maker – which I am not!].

Save time.  Sell jobs. Increase profits.

Price of the software – the Pro version is $750 but is available for a short time with a steep discount.

Time to implement – Pro users will get two free online training sessions to get them going. FREE.
People consistently tell us that they feel comfortable after the first hour.  Some never call back to the second session.

Fence Design Software isn’t all you can do:  Cabinets, wall units, kitchens, mantles, pergolas – really you can design almost anything you can build.

If you have been thinking about design software to enhance your business – give me a call or shoot me an email.
I’d be more than happy to set up a training session with you.

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