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Colony Pest Management Launches New Website

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N.Y.-based pest control firm redesigns site with sleeker design, focus on new services.

| August 23, 2012

BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Colony Pest Management  has launched an overhauled website, www.ColonyPestNYC.com.

Joseph Sheehan, president of Colony Pest Management, said it's older, clunkier website was overdue for an update. "The website was eight years old and was not that easy to navigate," Sheehan said. "We also have added a lot of new services and products that we were not showcasing properly on the old website."

Sheehan said the new site is more crisp, has a better layout, and the company has already received compliments. 

"In the past I felt a website, for our industry, did not need to be all that special and the bare minimum would be enough," he said. "I realized I was wrong."

Visit the site here.

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