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Best of Houzz 2022: Continuing to Provide Excellent Customer Service

 




We are excited to share that OVOLO won Best of Houzz 2022! We were awarded the “Best of Houzz” award in the Customer Service category on Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. Customer Service honors are based on several factors, including our overall 5 out of 5 star rating on Houzz and our client reviews submitted in 2021. This is our 6th year in a row winning the award for Customer Service showing that we provide great service to our clients for all interior design, decorating, styling, and staging projects here in San Jose, Santa Clara County, Silicon Valley, and surrounding areas. 




The Best of Houzz awards program was launched over a decade ago to highlight the work of the most talented and customer-focused professionals in our industry. Liza Hausman, vice president of Industry Marketing at Houzz, notes “When homeowners come to Houzz to find professionals to complete their projects, the Best of Houzz badges offer a marker of credibility, supporting their decision to move forward. We are extremely proud of this year’s winners, many of whom have won multiple times, and we’re pleased to give them this recognition and a platform on which to showcase their expertise.”



You can read our reviews and see more of our work on Houzz at
https://www.houzz.com/pro/ovolointeriors/







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