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Website Designer - Hertford in Herts
We were established in 2005 as Colney Web Services based in St Albans offering low cost website solutions for small businesses in
Since that time, we have built up a large client base of small & medium companies, services & trades in Herts, Beds, Bucks, who recognised the need for a basic internet presence.
As a heating engineer in Herts I needed a website on page one of Google for boiler service in Herts and boiler repair in Herts, You achieved both at a great price. Great local service, with a friendly personal touch. I chose an optimised website to get me on page one of Google for my requested search phrase, which has resulted in a lot of enquires.
A big thank you to Andy for making the process of designing my website so simple, the Website looks beautiful.
Our experienced and friendly web designers will take time to learn about your business and listen to your ideas about your project and make any suggestions they think appropriate before starting the design.
Our range of packages, Start from £200 to £500 for an optimised Website with our premium sites starting at £350. The prices are fixed and with no hidden cost or monthly charges and include domains & Hosting.
Herts Discount is everything you need to create an Affordable website! Contact Us today
Website Design in Hertford Herts
Hertford is the county town of Hertfordshire. The name is Anglo Saxon and means the ford frequented by harts or stags. Hertford has the remains of Hertford Castle. Hertford Castle was a Royal Palace for over 300 years. The River Lea runs through Hertford on its way to London. Located on the A10 which provides a link into North London. History Around the Norman Conquest the River Lea formed a natural boundary between the Danelaw to the north and Saxon Wessex to the south. Bengeo and Hertingfordbury Saxon villages already existed at and in the early 900s Edward The Elder, son of Alfred The Great, founded two fortified settlements, north and south of the Lee crossing