Is your sunroom company the right fit?
We’ve compiled their online reviews for you to compare here.
Verified reviews from third party websites, allowing you to compare the overall review footprint between similar companies.
Why Reviews Matter
According to Invesp, 90% of consumers read online reviews before visiting a business. And 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. Furthermore, business with positive reviews gain a 72% increase in trust and those with negative reviews have an 86% rate of hesitation when it comes time to purchase. For better or worse, consumer reviews are having a major impact in buying decisions.
Review Quantity Matters
A business with a high volume of reviews will often show a wide range of satisfaction levels for their work or services. This is helpful for other consumers to see both the positives and negatives. It’s the businesses with little to no reviews that give potential consumers limited insight into what others think about them and their work. Without insight into how existing customers review a particular business, potential customers are often making uninformed opinions.
How a business responds to both positive and negative reviews is a great indicator in how they value any customer’s feedback. It’s easy to respond to a favorable review, but it’s often how a business responds to the negative reviews that speaks the loudest. In fact, actually responding is a major step that many never do, and those companies who do not respond are assigning either a lack of value to a piece of negative feedback about their work, or aren’t even monitoring it all.
All of the reviews that you see on this site come directly from the corresponding third party site – either a company’s Google My Business page, or their HomeAdvisor profile. We simply pull all reviews in from the original source, unedited of course.
Review Average – Scored up to a maximum of 5.0, the review average is calculated by the following equation:
(Five star review quantity number x 1) + (Four star review quantity number x 0.8) + (Three star review quantity number x 0.6) + (Two star review quantity number x 0.4) +(One star review quantity number x 0.2) / Total reviews quantity number
Transparency Score – The transparency score is calculated by the following equation:
Each review is worth one point. Additional points are assigned as follows: 5 star +2, 4 star +1, 3 star even, 2 star -1, and one star -2.
We present two scores to show visitors:
- a Review Average score that is graded on the same scale (1-5) for all sunroom companies
- a Transparency Score that is specifically designed to be both uncapped, and a score used to compare nearby businesses. Businesses with higher Transparency Scores demonstrate increased activity in gathering reviews, and also expose themselves to the potential of a greater range of review scores.
The only reviews we don’t show are those without any written content. Reviews that are star reviews only are omitted.
The reviews are pulled into the site in real-time, so what you see is current.
Why no Yelp?
Due to the controversy surrounding Yelp’s continued business practice of filtering out reviews, we have decided to omit their platform from this website. Should Yelp ever decide to reverse this particular practice and show all of a company’s user reviews, we will consider including them in our rating system.