An Amazing Service Portfolio Website
A case study spanning from Startup to Acquisition and Beyond.
ProLawn Turf has been a leader in the artificial grass and putting green industry since 1998. They have gained expertise and technical know-how that few people can match, as they were once one of those companies started from scratch themselves! They combine passion and experience, and in cooperation with a leading American turf manufacturer, they helped to develop a unique product line that not only ranks amongst the highest in quality worldwide.
Slightly over a decade ago, the ProLawn Turf team came to us to build out a new website that showed off their talent and craftsmanship. Over the last 10 years we’ve had the pleasure of helping the ProLawn team showcase its amazing talent, the unique designs, as well as display its projects across the world for viewing.
Nearly a decade ago we built ProLawn Turf on WordPress and have been updating versions of it ever since. Utilizing the leverage of the opensource community and WordPress, we crafted ProLawn Turf another version for their team that made it simple enough for the secretary to upload and manage things.
PLT needed a rebuild of their website, as it was the most important aspect for displaying their portfolio.
Since 80% of the user traffic was coming in from mobile devices, we ensured the website functioned and looked great on mobile devices.
With the growth of the SEO and SMM campaigns, PLT was able to become the one of the most renowned artificial grass installers in the U.S.
Just a few months after the rebuild and launch of version 2.0, PLT was by Pro Green and still continues on building putting greens and backyard dreams.
As passionate as we are about web projects, this was one of our first customers we helped out along the way and we’ve always been impressed by the work ProLawn does. Utilizing the WordPress open-source framework, we recreated ProLawn Turf’s 3.0, a new website which allowed us to rapidly design and develop ProLawn Turf in their extremely short deadlines before the season ended.