David Yowell Construction adds client portal for real-time progress, updates

David Yowell Construction launched a new client portal on its website July 17.

David Yowell Construction launched a new client portal on its website July 17.

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David Yowell Construction, 3551 W. Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 500, McKinney, launched a new client portal July 17. The new portal, found on the company’s website, allows customers to keep track of their home’s real-time progress through updates and photos. Portals are also password-protected for privacy.

“We've noticed that construction companies don't typically keep up with technological advances, so we're looking to create a new building experience,” Marketing Manager McKenna Yowell said. “Life is already cluttered with family commitments, working, etc. Add in juggling a remodel [or] custom home project and you've got a full plate. We really think this will benefit McKinney families by offering convenience and comfort in a situation that is usually hectic and stressful.”

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