Website Support and Maintenance

Making the management of your website stress free

Once you have your website built the work does not stop. Whether updating page content, adding new features, or just keeping up with the latest security patches for your content management system. The more successful your business gets the less time you have, updating your website is important but you have to deal with paying clients first. At Line and Form, we offer a cost-effective maintenance and support service.

Why work with us?

  • Your website should not cause you stress
  • From our first consultations we work with you to understand your business
  • Our job is to put your website back in the centre of your business
  • We support you to ensure your website is secure and effiecent

How does it work?

  • We start with a consultation and chat with you about your website.
  • We agree on an initial monthly budget and a maximum number of hours.
  • We offer support through email, telephone and via video call through Skype
  • At the end of the month, we supply you with an invoice that includes an itemised timesheet.
  • We only invoice you for the work done.

If this sounds like a good solution for you, get in touch for an initial free consultation and we will have a chat.

Have a question? Get in touch

Your contact details will only be used by myself to  answer your query and will not be used for marketing purposes or shared with any third party or organisation.

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