Keystone Wood Specialties launched phase one of its new website at www.keystonewood.com.
Keystone Wood designed its new website to be more accessible, more familiar and more complete for customers.
The company aimed to make the new site more accessible with better organization; more familiar, so that customers familiar with the previous site would still be able to navigate the new site; and more complete. As a result, the new site includes a news blog, a search engine, menus, online quoting of RTA cabinets, electronic payments and more.
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