A revamp of our old site has been in the works for several months now and we are happy it now is so much more informative.
San Francisco, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 23, 2011
San Francisco window and door specialist Ocean Sash & Door is proud to announce the launch of their new and improved website, http://oceansashanddoor.com. Improvements include a new gallery of photos of their window and door projects, new links to other door, window and hardware sites, and a glossary of terminology. The site went live on February 15th.
“A revamp of our old site has been in the works for several months now and we are happy it now is so much more informative,” says owner Mike York.
The gallery on the newly revamped home page shows project photos such as the Oakland Museum’s new windows, the Café Mystique’s side walk Café folding windows, The San Francisco Boy’s and Girl’s Club new arched windows, the Fireside Inn’s complete historic replacement windows and doors, and many more photos.
The “Products” tab includes many new links to door, window, and hardware sites to help customers make an informed choice.
At the bottom of the page, there’s a handy glossary of door and window terms, which is helpful for anyone who’s ever wondered what “fenestration” or “mullion” or “stile” really means.
For more information about Ocean Sash & Door’s new website, or any other products and services available from Ocean Sash & Door, call (415) 830-4790, visit their website at: http://oceansashanddoor.com/, or stop by their location at 3154 17th St. in San Francisco.
About Ocean Sash and Door
Since its founding in 1880, Ocean Sash & Door has been dedicated to providing customers in the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin with new windows and doors. They provide homes and businesses with standard replacements and frames, E-Pac replacement units, skylights, and custom and stock doors. From Victorian homes in Marin to replacement windows in San Mateo, Ocean Sash & Door offers the highest quality and service available from a window and door provider.
A family-run business serving the Bay Area for over one hundred and thirty years is no accident, it is tradition.