Augmented Reality Conservatory Design, the unique visualisation tool that helps installers sell more conservatories, has been upgraded to include brand new features that will help users benefit further.
Sitting within an installer’s website, ARC Design helps homeowners design and fully customise their own conservatory within minutes, before submitting the design to the installer to request a quote.
With the click of a button, the homeowner can then view their design in 3D augmented reality, allowing them to view the conservatory in situ on their house, helping them make their final decision.
The software has been a game changer for conservatory installers, helping them increase leads and boost brand reputation – and now comes with two brand new features.
ARC Design now features a realistic looking sky, as well as a function to add furniture to conservatory designs, giving customers an even better feel for their investment.
ARC COO and Co-founder Andy Clear comments: “Augmented reality has really taken off within the glazing industry, with long standing software developers following our lead. With ARC Design, we’ve created something that is proving a huge benefit to our customers across the country, and seems to be driving technological innovation forward.
“Installers that have ARC Design installed on their website have reported increased sales, increased lead generation, and a real boost to their brand reputation, and a lot of that is down to the realistic aspects of the software.
“We’ve always strived to make the software as accurate as possible, and by adding a realistic sky and furniture options to the mix, we’re helping homeowners get a very good idea of what their conservatory will look like in real life. This in turn will help conservatory installers secure new customers with their offerings, and ultimately boost their business.
“As we move into an increasingly digitised world, ARC Design provides an opportunity for installers to position themselves as the best choice for a homeowner, and we want to enhance this by constantly improving the software to engage as many potential customers as possible.”