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Al Hoffer’s Termite Lawn and Pest Relaunches Website

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The site features new graphics and updated content for both residential and commercial customers.

| August 15, 2013


CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. —  Al Hoffer’s Termite Lawn and Pest has re-launched its website, www.alhoffer.com, with new graphics and updated content for both residential and commercial customers.

New features of the site include allowing customers to schedule a home or business evaluation online, pay their bill through the website, connect with the company’s social media accounts including Facebook and Twitter, and view helpful tips for preventing pests from damaging or becoming a nuisance in and around their home, business or lawn.

“The new site will allow visitors to more easily identify and find the information they are looking for and to connect with our company,” says Eric Hoffer, a second-generation member of the Al Hoffer management team. “The new site gives us a larger platform to share information with current or prospective customers and become a valuable resource for them.”

The updated site features detailed information on the company’s three major service areas – pest, termite and lawn care, as well other services including bed bugs, mosquitoes, rodents, stinging insects, and wildlife management.

Helpful consumer-oriented pest, termite and lawn pest and disease prevention tips are also included in each of the three primary service sections to assist consumers do their part to create a pest-free environment in their home or business.
 

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