Small Business Website Designers
Most people at one time or another will find themselves in need of an appliance technician. If that is you, but you don’t already have a technician, how do you know who to call? Years ago people would ask among neighbours and friends, but Calgary is such a rapidly growing city, maybe you are new to the area or have never needed service before. Gord’s appliance has been in the residential appliance repair business for over 25 years. We work on freezers, refrigerators and stoves, dishwashers, garbage disposals, washers and dryers of every make and model. Our work has taken us to small town-house complexes as well as multi-million dollar estates. We make calls as far north as Crossfield and as far south as Okotoks.
Services: Responsive Web Design, Web Development, Java Script Banner Movie, Designed For SEO, Social Media Planning and integration of Social Media, Website Hosting and Maintenance, Online WordPress Blog Integration
My Community is a website for the communities across Canada that want local business to welcome new families, babies, and other significant events within their community. Companies can provide gifts in their name to acknowledge these events. OTR was chosen to portray who they are and what they do within a community.
A Appliance Doctor
A Appliance Doctor out of Calgary, Alberta was in need of an online web presence. The OTR team went to work to supply their website, copywriting and integration of their online service calls and notification software.
That's Entertainment in Okotoks, Alberta wanted a website to showcase and market their professional video production services.
"This website has been absolutely phenomenal for me. I estimate that 80% of my business is now derived directly from contacts from the website. Thank-you for twisting my arm to build a website."
Family-owned and operated, CF Fence manufactures premium fencing and farm and ranch related products. Based out of the Southern Okanagan in Oliver, British Columbia, Canada, CF Fence began in a barn in December, 2001. When proprietors, Alan Cossentine and Dorothy Vankoughnett discovered gate openings on their property that were not standard sizes, necessity became the mother of invention. Because they wanted to upgrade the gates from old wooden ones to new, lighter weight, easier-to-open pipe gates, they either had to rebuild most of the pens to accommodate standard gate sizes or make their own custom gates.