Global Seawall Company Announces Online Consumer Initiative

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Everlast Synthetic Products, a seawall engineering firm with worldwide reach, announced it has launched an online consumer initiative. It is designed to help potential customers find the specialized services they need with greater efficiency.

Everlast has long designed seawalls that endure the elements like no other company...We are rebuilding our Web site for the long haul, too.

Everlast Synthetic Products, a seawall engineering firm with worldwide reach, announced it has launched an online consumer initiative. It is designed to help potential customers find the specialized services they need with greater efficiency.

“Everlast has long designed seawalls that endure the elements like no other company,” said company Co-Owner Brad Lund. “We are rebuilding our Web site for the long haul, too.”

Everlast has completely redesigned its Web site for ease of use and a more robust online presence. The company’s Web site is now more information rich and designed to help those seeking vinyl seawalls, composite pilings and polymer-wrapped wood systems seawalls to make more informed decisions.

“We serve customers around the United States and the world. Our products are unique and are designed for a particular niche market,” Lund said. “Because the Internet has become a crowded place, we are pleased that finding our services will be a faster and easier process for our consumer base.”

The company chose to have its Web site optimized for search engines, which means it appears on the first page of Google searches for a variety of relative terms. This allows customers to find exactly what they are looking for in terms of products, materials and services.

The company manufactures synthetic sheet piling and EverComp composite pilings used in seawalls, lake walls, bulkheads and retaining walls. Among the most talked about is composite sheet piling. It is a versatile product that is used in marine construction such as bridges and tunnels, as well as underground parking lots. It combines marine resin and other materials for a durable yet flexible barrier that can be built at taller heights than vinyl alone.

“Our composite materials are the wave of the future,” Lund said. “It only makes sense that we stay on the cutting edge in terms of Web search technology. Our newly optimized and redesigned Web site is a boon for the consumer who needs our services to prevent encroachment, erosion and storm protection.”

The new site, with its deep maroon background, has a variety of searchable drop down tabs that will make it easier for business and residential consumers to learn about the latest in seawall technology and erosion control. It is designed to educate consumers and showcase Everlast’s family of products like never before.
For media information call Brad Lund at 800-687-0036.

http://www.everlastseawalls.com

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