- Published: Friday, 12 August 2011 01:40
To Whom It May Concern:
I have had the pleasure of recently working with Caintree Web Services. My fire department had struggled in the past to maintain a website with two different companies. Our previous a web site that we had was not updated for over six years!
Not too long ago, I was tasked with creating a functional web site for my department. I researched numerous companies and web service providers. These businesses submitted their price quotes to me and I was truly appalled. The amount of money that it was going to cost to create a department webpage was absolutely ridiculous!
After further research, I stumbled my way upon Your Fire Site. I browsed through the online portfolio and was quite impressed. I knew this was the company to help me get my departments web site up and running! I contacted Your Fire Site by email and I had received a price quote back the same day. This price quote was so cheap it absolutely shocked me!
Once Your Fire Site received a signed check from my department, the ball started rolling immediately. Rodney and I exchanged emails and phone calls to discuss the direction that I wanted the site to go in, and its content. In Just a few days, the majority of the sites framework was complete. I was absolutely impressed!
Rodney and I exchanged a few more emails and phone calls to get some additional applications added to the site. He brings a true meaning to customer service! If I had a question on how to add something to the site all I had to do was pick up the phone and it was taken care of.
The design of the Walkertown Fire Department website is attractive, user friendly and informative. I can add and edit anything on the site that I want to. The great thing about our site is that we have the flexibility of having a public section and a member’s section. The member’s section is great for adding online shift calendars and department news and events that do not pertain to the public’s interest. You can link your departments email to the site, as well as add department SOG, SOP’s and By-Laws.