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Mike Holmes, host of HGTV’s Holmes on Homes.

Mike Holmes, host of HGTV’s Holmes on Homes.

I’ve heard this question on more than one occasion. Usually, my short answer is: “Sure, you can create your own site, just like anyone can build a kitchen”.

Yes, you can get “professional” web design software and whip up a design that looks decent for a fraction of what a professional web design company would charge.

There’s a reason we charge what we charge. Several, actually. To name a few:

  • We consider the attraction a design has to your target market.
  • We have an eye for detail that gives a design that little extra.
  • We make sure the code behind a site is up to the latest standards, so the site loads fast and looks good on any computer.
  • Above all: We help generate more revenue, because potential customers will move on to your competition if they see something they could’ve designed themselves.

If a site promotes “average”, what’s to expect from the company behind it?

If you’re not a mechanic, you bring your car to one for maintenance.
If you’re not a carpenter, you hire one to build your kitchen.
If you’re not a plumber, you hire one to plumb your new bathroom.
If you’re not a web designer, you hire someone to build a site for you.