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Excel Termite & Pest Control launches New Website

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The new website, ExcelPestServices.com, features significant visual and informational upgrades.

| July 1, 2014

RIVER EDGE, N.J. —  Excel Termite & Pest Control, a New Jersey based pest control company, in business since 1991, announced the official launch of their new website, ExcelPestServices.com. The new website is a significant visual and informational upgrade over the older site.

“The new website brings Excel Termite & Pest Control into the modern era,” said Samuel V. Hagopian III, Director of Business Development. “Our website had last been designed in the early 2000’s. A lot has happened online in that time, and consumers expect and demand a lot more when researching and choosing a pest control company online.”

The new website, designed and developed by an internal team, features easy access for customers to make payments, and a wealth of information and resources for current and potential customers alike to get answers to their pest questions. The website is currently out of its phase 1 launch, with phase 2 currently under development. Phase 2 will be rolled out at the end of the year and will provide even more information as well as tools and resources.

“The critical thing,” says Hagopian, “is letting our customers and their neighbors know that Excel Termite & Pest Control continues to invest in being one of New Jersey’s top quality pest management providers. Everything from our new website to our trained and certified staff represent that.”

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