• Where can I find an example of a JumboWeb Design site?
    Have a look at FA Shaw Welding.
    Based in Macedon, Victoria, FA Shaw Welding's website was produced by JumboWeb Design. It showcases a local, specialist welding business using iPhone/iPad friendly html 5 rather than flash code.
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  • What are JumboWeb Design's site setup fees?
    We will consult with you in person to help you decide what presence your business should have on the internet. This may range from a concise, descriptive site that showcases your business to current and prospective clients, through to a full online retail store. Search engine optimisation (SEO) is an integral part of our service. There are also increasing levels of complexity available, such as moving graphics, slideshows and movies. Our prices start at just $650 for a concise site with three pages of information. Your consultant will be able to give you a detailed quote based on what level of complexity you think your business's website should have.
  • Are there any ongoing fees with the JumboWeb Design service?
    We will renew your domain name on an annual basis and ensure you have sufficient space on our servers for your business's needs. For this service we charge $15/month.
  • What about server downtime?
    JumboWeb guarantees that the web server your site is on will be available at least 99.99% of the time in any given month. We know how important your site is to you, so we make sure it is accessible to your visitors. If for some reason it isn't, due solely to our actions, we will credit your account for a full month's service.
  • What about the environment?
    JumboWeb Design's server provider has partnered with Renewable Choice Energy to provide our servers and network centres with electricity generated by wind power. Of course, this doesn't mean if the wind stops blowing your site goes down, but rather that purchased credits from wind energy producers ensure there is enough wind power added to the power grid to replace what we use.