Liverpool, England (February 05, 2010) - Kaybee Doors, one of the leading online retailers for internal and external doors in the UK, have today announced that they have launched a brand new company website. The new website can be still be accessed at the same URL http://www.kaybeedoors.co.uk/ and went live on January 28th 2010.
The recent site revamp aims to provide potential customers with improved ease of navigation when browsing the website. Bolder, more conspicuous sub-page titles draw the eye to essential areas of the website, providing information for customers regarding company delivery, returns, contact details and terms of purchase, making the location of basic information easier to find and more accessible to site visitors.
Organisation has also been made a priority, as can be noticed in the website's effectively positioned borders surrounding the different sections. This separation of the information makes distinguishing between certain areas of the site effortless. Customers therefore avoid potential bombardment caused by undefined areas on the site.
"It is absolutely essential that our customers can find information about us easily when searching for our great deals on external and internal doors." Commented Anthony Rosenblatt of Kaybee Doors. "A confusing, jumbled website is enough to turn many potential customers away upon first sight, so having clearer, more obvious barriers between sections helps our website users to find what they want quickly and without fuss. We want our new site to reflect our ethos and professionalism as a company, providing a high quality user experience to back up our fantastic products."
To find out more about Kaybee Doors' selection of doors and browse their newly-designed website, please visit http://www.kaybeedoors.co.uk/or alternatively call 0151 709 6274.
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