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A Local Company With a 33+ Year Reputation for Customer Service and Excellence.
What We Are
- A full-service web hosting company. We ensure every online component is working together and with optimal performance and efficiency. This includes your server, website, domain name services, and email accounts.
- Web hosting specialists. Our staff is fully trained in the most up to date industry standards and best practices. Our servers, firewalls, and other equipment are all state of the art and constantly upgraded with the very latest security and performance software.
- All about customer service. We actively monitor your website and other online services. Our goal is to identify and resolve any potential problems before you are even aware of them. However, when you do need us, we are only a phone call away. And yes, we answer the phone.
- In the solutions business. Every customer has unique website hosting needs. Our expert technicians will work with you to develop an approach that will meet or exceed your individual business requirements.
What We Are Not
- A lowest-cost, budget website hosting company. The pricing can be tempting until you realize their prices are so low because of all the corners they cut. Equipment outages, frequent downtime, untrained technicians, and email failure are common.
- Barebones, do it yourself hosting. This can work for those companies with their own IT department and experienced technicians, but it is not a viable option for most clients.
- A la carte hosting. This is another option that seems attractive on the surface but can quickly become overwhelming. It can be very difficult to identify all the individual services you need, much less how to integrate them into one smooth functioning whole.
- A high volume server farm. These companies succeed on the sheer number of clients they manage. This is not always a bad thing. You have the resources of a large organization but it's very easy to become "just another client" and end up in phone trees if you need support.