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Island Environmental Pest Control Announces Launch of New Web Site

The Palm Beach, Fla.-based company's new site includes a detailed pest identification library.

| November 30, 2009

BOCA RATON, Fla. -  Island Environmental Pest Control announced the launch of a newly developed full service pest control Web site with a detailed pest identification library.

The new site was created by IWDesigners.com, a leading Web design, development, and marketing firm based in Boca Raton, Fla.. The new Island Environmental Pest Control site is located at Go-Island.com.

As a full service pest control company, Island Environmental Pest Control was in need of a website design that would allow customers to research the company’s extensive pest control and property management services. “Our main focus was to incorporate the entire family of Island’s services without confusing the visitors with a “cluttered” design”, states Brian Simmons, president of Internet Web Designers, Inc. “With that in mind we developed a series of resource sections that included an Interior Pest Control, Exterior Pest Control, Frequently Asked Questions and a Detail Pest Identification Library. Each section includes all of the detailed services performed by Island Environmental Pest Control.” He continued, “The website provides the user with all of the necessary information to diagnose their problem and contact Island Environmental to help with the elimination of the problem.”


 
 

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