Estuary Technical Solutions goes live

Introducing our latest responsive web design and development project for Estuary Technical Solutions, a local business providing heating, electrical and gas services.

It's always satisfying when we complete another web design project and I can't think of a better way to kick-start the new year than by launching a brand new website for a new client, Estuary Technical Solutions, another Essex-based company located in Wickford.

This project has been particularly interesting from both a design and development perspective because there's been quite a few custom features that we've built and enhanced by working closely with the client throughout the project process. That's really gratifying because not only are we happy with what we've delivered, because of their close involvement the customer most certainly is too.

Of the various features we designed and developed for this website, three stand out; firstly there's a postcode search tool built into the homepage that allows uses to check if Estuary Technical operate in their region before making contact. Then there's the 'book a job' form - a handy way to enable customers to post the details of a job directly to the back-office team and for them to follow it up with a view to booking an appointment. Lastly, there's a secure, client login within which a client can book a job or download any important documentation or certificates they may have associated with their account.

We're really pleased with the site we've created and look forward to following its progress now that it's in the hands of the client and also enhancing and building new features for it as we work with the editing team.

Read the case study

From our client:

We used Enovate for our company website and were really impressed the the finished website. They offered us advice and help when needed and nothing was too much trouble. We would certainly recommend Enovate.

Accounts Manager, Estuary Technical Solutions

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