Old Growth Riverwood Launches New Website
Wilmington, N.C. based, Old Growth Riverwood, brings historic wood from the Cape Fear Region into your home or business.
Old Growth Riverwood has been creating local, reclaimed wood products throughout the Wilmington, North Carolina region for almost 10 years. The new Old Growth Riverwood website is very visual, showing off their old world craftsmanship throughout the site. This unique company recovers wood logs from the Cape Fear River and turns them into beautiful flooring, counter tops and custom cabinetry for their clients. They also reclaim old hardwood from area barns and other historic structures for use in projects, both residential and commercial. Visitors to their new website can see examples of flooring, counter tops and furniture that have been created from this distinctive North Carolina wood.
The custom website was developed by Wilmington web design firm, Digitus89 and launched in early August at oldgrowthriverwood.com. “We wanted an easy-to-update, professional website that would introduce our company to new customers,” said owner, Terrie Metz. Digitus89 took their outdated Weebly website and fully redeveloped it using the WordPress content management system. The new site lets OGR management make changes from anywhere, on the go, through the simple WordPress CRM.
All of the products that Old Growth Riverwood creates are made in the U.S.A. and most of the wood they use is harvested from old buildings in the Cape Fear region. The wood is recovered, kiln dried, and milled locally. The company is also “Green Business Certified”. These features are important to customers. All of Old Growth Riverwood’s woodworking is one-of-a-kind, and each project immediately has the feel of a product that has been around for ages.
Testimonials from their customers help instill confidence in the products and services of the company. The blog pages allow the team to make announcements and talk more in depth about recent projects. All around, this new website is a great marketing resource for the OGR team. If you haven’t seen the unique look and feel of this type of reclaimed wood product, you must visit oldgrowthriverwood.com.