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- The Process | ProWebBusiness
THE PROCESS 01 QUOTE REQUEST Quick Quote Detailed Estimate NO OBLIGATION DRAFT 02 AGREEMENT Tasks Defined Time to Completion PayPal Downpayment 03 DESIGN Layout Approval Progress Feedback 04 APPROVAL & LAUNCH 05 MONTHLY MAINTENANCE UPDATES 01 QUOTE REQUEST The first step is to collect all the information in order to offer you our reasonable quote. To do that, you can get in touch with us directly or can fill out Quick Quote Detailed Estimate form. Once filled, one of our experts will be in touch with you in very short time to discuss further. PWB will always design a NO-OBLIGATION DRAFT for you to view as a starting point for all projects. 02 AGREEMENT After discussing project details, we will draft a formal proposal for you to review. We include every single detail, features and pages you will have on your website. We will let you know exactly what you are paying for and how long it will take us to build a professional online presence for your business. Next, we send you a PayPal invoice which you may pay WITH or WITHOUT a PayPal account (as a "guest") using a major credit card/debit card or directly from your PayPal account. 03 DESIGN This is the critical phase where PWB will consider competitors, target audience & YOUR inputs & goals. You as the client provide us with images, text, & design specifics via email. We recommend one email per topic/page. Once we near completion on each page, we display the progress via one of our portal domains such as ProWebDraft.com. While designing your website, we will include all important including search engine optimization, best user experience, easy navigation, and fast loading experience. Design work continues typically page by page, with frequent check-in's with YOU the client on progress approval. 04 APPROVAL & LAUNCH When all the designing process is completed, then we will review full website and will make tweaks if needed as per your request...designed, tested and approved. Then we launch the new website and everyone celebrates. Once launched, we’ll be standing by to handle any final tweaks, additions or enhancements, then we move to the Phase 05 which is on-going month-to-month according to the agreement. If PWB is a contributor or if you choose to owner-manage the site, then our assistance will be for a limited period, after that you can hire us for updates or general maintenance of your website. 05 MAINTENANCE & UPDATES Based on the specifics in your agreement, PWB provides you up to ONE HOUR each month for maintenance, updates, changes--images, text, links, tweaks, etc. This is the ON-GOING phase. ProWebBusiness prides ourselves with prompt action to your every input.
- Reviews | ProWebBusiness
GOOGLE & WIX REVIEWS If you have had a problem or if you have constructive comments CLICK HERE and let us meet your expectations right away! View ALL PWB WIX Arena Reviews CLICK HERE New Reviews 1 New Reviews 2 New Reviews 5_2 New Reviews 1 1/5
- Why YOU Need a Website | ProWebBusiness
WHY DO YOU NEED A STUNNING WEBSITE? 1. Your customers expect a PROFESSIONAL website 2. It provides credibility Good: TheDeanza.com . Bad: pnwx.com 3. Influence public perception: Politics to Causes to Trends 4. More efficient than letters, emails, brochures, phone calls 5. Your competitors all have company websites 6. Website is OPEN 24/7…no CLOSED sign 7. Consumers Search & Surf…ALL HOURS; 70% now on MOBILE Devices 8. Resource for customers AND staff 9. Showcase VISUALLY your products, goods, services plus causes for donations 10. The HUB for ALL Social Media & Contact methods for clients & potential clients.
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- Laser Blast HOME | Laser Cleaning Services | Rust Removal | Restaurant Cleaning
HOME APPLICATIONS WHY HOW RENT CONTACT Laser Blast High Power Industrial Laser Cleaning • ALL SURFACES Cleaning Service • Equipment Rentals • Sales LASER BLAST CLEANING which you may also see being referred to as laser surface cleaning , is the process by which contaminants, debris or impurities (e.g. carbon, silicon and rubber) are removed from the surface of a material by using laser irradiation . This is a low-cost and environmentally-friendly laser application technique, which is in widespread use throughout global industry. more Advantages Laser cleaning, has become an important and crucial process for many industries around the world. The biggest problem with these methods is that they are abrasive and potentially hazardous . Not only does this have environmental issues, but it also has safety issues too, as a significant amount of potentially harmful waste is often created from one of these more traditional cleaning methods. more Solutions. Before-After
- Purchase Photo w PayPal Demo | ProWebBusiness
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- Detailed Estimate | ProWebBusiness
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- Laser Blast How | ProWebBusiness
HOME The HOW of Laser Cleaning How does the process work? Laser cleaning is one of the most efficient and effective methods for removing rust from a material. The rust, which is a contaminant, will form on the surface layer of a material. Using fiber type lasers offers great control when it comes to pulse duration, power and wavelength, the user can direct a beam of high-power energy directly at this rust . The rust will quickly absorb the energy beam , and as the heat begins to rise, the rust will irradiate, melt, and eventually vaporise. Fiber lasers are the most effective types of laser on the market, and this process will allow you to only vaporise the rust from the material being worked with, without causing any damage to the actual material below. A further benefit of this process is that it can be adapted to a wide range of project s. Perhaps you want to remove a small amount of rust from a select area. Alternatively, you may need to restore whole structures, such as old bridges. Fiber-based lasers have quickly become the most accepted form of medium when it comes to the laser cleaning of rust. How does Laser Cleaning work on metals? Cleaning with lasers works by having a laser beam pulsed at the surface layer of the metal. This metal may have contaminants on it such as mould, paint or rust, and the idea is to clear the surface through this process. This may be out of necessity for the next steps in the manufacturing process, or simply to make the metal more aesthetically pleasing. The laser beam, which can have both its power, duration, and wavelength controlled, is absorbed by the surface contaminants until they are vaporised, leaving the clean metal beneath. Any substrates which aren’t vaporized will be left over as particle dust, which can be easily removed by the user. There will be no thermal, mechanical or chemical damage to your metal, leaving you with a high-quality finish. How does a fiber laser remove traffic film? Traditionally pressure washers have been used in the cleaning of planes, but a new and emerging opportunity is to clean planes with laser technology. We explore this topic in our latest question and answer guide. The process of removing traffic is through an ablation process. An area of the plane is focused upon by the beam of the laser. Layer by layer the contaminant film is systematically removed. The laser operator has absolute precision and control over what they remove, this ensures they do not cause any damage to the underlying substrate material. Traditionally high-pressure water has been used to clean planes, but these can struggle to gain access to the “hard to reach places”.
- Laser Blast Applications | ProWebBusiness
HOME Laser Cleaning Applications Engines & Parts Laser cladding is an effective way to clean & repair high value parts such as turbine engines and automobile engines that can be damaged due to their high operational temperatures and exposure to abrasive particulates. Laser cleaning removes impurities, oxides, dust, oil or other materials. The laser beam is pulsed at the surface of a material, irradiating and vaporizing the layer until the desired depth of ablation has been reached. STONEWORK Outdoor stonework and headstones are very prone to “wear and tear” caused by ageing especially due to environmental hazards and conditions. It can often be challenging, costly and impractical to clean these precious works of arts with traditional methods. Thanks to lasers though there is a relatively new method of cleaning stonework, statues and monuments--with no harm or damage to the artifact or stonework. Painting Prep Simply this is the preparation of a surface through a treatment—virtually always to increase the adhesion capability of coatings. Industry professionals say that the most important factor, which influences the long-term performance of coatings is the quality with which the surface had been prepared. Traditionally this was achieved chemically or mechanically, but a modern-day emerging approach is to treat surfaces with laser technology.A laser beam is pulsed at the surface of a material, irradiating and vaporising the layer until the desired depth of ablation has been reached. Painting Prep For classic car restoration and paint preparation the laser cleaning increases the adhesion capability of coatings--that the most important factor, which influences the long-term performance of coatings is the quality with which the surface had been prepared. Traditionally this was achieved chemically or mechanically, but a modern-day emerging approach is to treat surfaces with laser technology.A laser beam is pulsed at the surface of a material, irradiating and vaporizing the layer until the desired depth of ablation has been reached. Graffit Removal This cleaning process can be used to remove graffiti paint from almost any surface, either partially, fully, or on a selective area, whether the surface has been finished with an organic, chemically oxidized or anodized surface. The layer that you are removing will be different to that of the object underneath, both physically and chemically, meaning that the laser will have no thermal, chemical or mechanical effect on the substrate itself. Steel Moulds Application examples include the cleaning of print rolls and mould tools. We have a technique for large area processing due to the higher efficiency of wider, even, high frequency fill pattern overlapping. Lasers with Gaussian energy distributions can cause substrate damage due to the high peak powers in the centre point of the beam and need higher overlaps reducing processing efficiencies.