Floor Care and Restoration Company Announce their New Website Launch
Floorcare & Restoration Home Counties Ltd are ecstatic to announce the formal launch of their new website. This website has been formulated in order to offer a platform for all of their floor cleaning provisions for the Home Counties.
PR9.NET March 27, 2018 - Floorcare & Restoration Home Counties Ltd specialise in the cleaning and restoration of all types of flooring. This includes wood floors, stone tiles, vinyl flooring and carpets. Their experience spans back to the late 1990?s where they started as carpet cleaners for Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties. From this point, they further trained in stone floor restoration and then onto floor sanding through requirement and demands from their growing customer base.
Their new website launch pulls together information and detail of each of their provisions and is used as a platform to promote these together. The website offers a unique user experience, taking into consideration visual aspects as well as guiding viewers through the valuable content. Striking images of before and after work can be regularly viewed which allows for an improved visual experience.
This is combined with need-to-know information about the Company themselves and the services they provide. The content has been put together in a way to tell a story of the Company, discussing how they started and where they are now. It discusses the extensive training and experience undertaken to offer their services and allows readers to fully understand their passion and enthusiasm for what they do.
In the building of their new website, careful consideration has been made in order to provide a positive experience for clients but also ensure that they are able to fully make use of their ongoing search engine optimisation techniques. Alongside their provisions, the Company owners aim to meet the ever-growing requirements put on them by search engines in order to ensure ranking of their site. This shows a well-rounded approach in order to create a website that will stand the test of time and appropriately promote their business services.
This is fully visible in their recent posts section. This is effectively a blog page where recent work can be uploaded and discussed. Key topics are selected to provide readers with valuable content. This is further supported by varied options in order to make contact. This shows an appreciation of how busy today?s prospective clients are. Easy contact methods and easy navigation are pivotal to the overall success of a website. This has been carefully thought out.
Customer testimonials are dotted throughout the site to offer reassurance to new clients. Alongside this are links to the Company?s social media accounts. Each of these works to paint a bigger picture of this professional Company.
Clive Donnison, owner of Floorcare & Restoration Home Counties Ltd commented:
?We are so pleased to announce the formal launch of our new floorcare and restoration website. We have worked hard to make sure that it is both visually pleasing and informative for our clients. It is important that we are able to showcase the work that we do and that we have a central point to promote the results we achieve. We eagerly await the coming months to report on its success.?
This drive and passion has allowed this established company renewed success with the launch of their new website. A careful balance of unique design and valuable content provides a winning formula. This is likely to be part of further newsworthy success for this Company.
Further information is available at http://www.fcrfloors.co.uk
To contact Clive, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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About Floorcare & Restoration Home Counties Ltd
Carpet cleaning, stone floor restoration and floor sanding experts for Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire and London. Specialist services for all types of carpets and hard floors. Time served professionals for all of your cleaning needs.
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