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AgriLawn

AgriLawn Website on January 03, 2017

AgriLawn

When we take on a new client at Levant, we spend a lot of time thinking about the best way to boost their web presence. Each individual or business has a variety of needs that would not only make their website look better, but also help their business run more smoothly. And after meeting up with OKC-based lawn company AgriLawn, we knew we were working with a team who knew exactly what they wanted. 


“Our old site was not mobile friendly and was in desperate need of a makeover,” says Ann Lally, AgriLawn’s marketing manager. “We felt we were giving more information to our competitors than our customers. Our new site is clean, crisp, and easy to move around with just enough information for customers to make informed decisions on their lawn care.”

AgriLawn needed options beyond what their former website could handle. The company provides a great deal of information for clients, but also needed novel ways to organize the jobs of their team members out in the field, as well as the means to provide free estimates and a robust blog filled with their expertise on how to maintain a beautiful, pest-free lawn.

“Levant gave us several new options and has helped us save money in the long run. Levant now hosts our site and Ryan checks in on us often to see how things are going. If any issue does come up, he’s fast to figure it out and helped make the transition so easy. We told Levant exactly what we were looking for and they made it happen!”

For more info on AgriLawn and how they can help you get the best lawn on the block, check them out at www.agrilawn.com 

When it comes to specifics, Levant can help. Our detail-oriented team has helped over 600 clients realize their visions and make their working lives so much easier. No matter how complex or customized, we can handle it down to the tiniest detail. Stop dreaming and start doing—contact Levant today for a free consultation. 

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