We all know you spend a lot of time scrolling through your phone. From updates on your favorite team’s stats to what your mother-in-law ate for dinner last Tuesday, social media does a good job of keeping us informed about the world. Social media can also be a great tool for finding inspiration for the construction projects you are doing.
But with millions of accounts to follow on each platform, how do you get started?
We’ll make it easy for you. Follow us.
Currently the most popular social platform thanks to its integration of pictures, videos, and unique Stories, Instagram is a perfect visual introduction to us. On our Instagram feed not only will you get inspired by our new products and displays, but you can experience some exclusive behind-the-scenes content that helps you get to know our company.
When you follow McCray Lumber and Millwork on Facebook, you’ll get some of the same valuable inspiration that is on Instagram, as well as unique content. Our blogs are featured on Facebook whenever they are published, so you won’t ever miss an article. Plus, our archival of photos will help lend even more ideas to your project.
Tweeting is for more than just angry rants. In fact, by following McCray Lumber and Millwork on Twitter, you will be the first to receive the latest building industry news. Not to mention, we are always sharing creative ways to use the products we offer in your next build.
Get to know more about us as a company by following along on LinkedIn. We are proud to be regularly sharing new products, ideas, and ways to make the industry better over on the platform. Plus, we often help give you opportunities to get involved with the community, like through KC NARI or the Future’s Fund.
Follow us wherever you spend your social time today, and get inspired for your future building projects. Plus, now when everyone asks what you are doing on your phone so much, you can actually tell them that you’re working – instead of having to come up with an excuse as to why you’re watching the same funny cat video over and over again. It’s a win-win.
To learn more, visit McCray Lumber and Millwork today.