Before and After: South Florida Mold Cleaners Call on Miami Beach Web Designer

Shlomo Shemesh and his crew are old hands at mold removal and water damage repair … and are “Web 3.0 Ready” for the Semantic Web thanks to this Miami Beach web designer.

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There may be a lot of debate over healthcare these days, but there is no debating the health risks associated with mold and mildew. Research by the National Institute of Medicine (NIM) confirms that “…otherwise healthy people are more likely to develop symptoms of asthma and other disorders if their homes are damp and moldy” and that “…mold can also cause other problems, including sinusitis, skin disorders, gastrointestinal problems and fatigue.” And according to a recent investigation by the Orlando Sentinel, mold and related indoor air quality problems have become a “chronic concern” for Florida home and property owners.

NIM recommends that “…anyone who has a mold or moisture problem in their home should address it immediately, even if they are currently healthy and have no symptoms.” The challenge is that mold infestations are not always visible to the untrained eye. So aside from any obvious water damage, the only way to be sure that you and your loved ones are not at risk is to have your home inspected by a trained and licensed mold inspection and remediation professional like Shlomo Shemesh at FloridaMoldCleaners.com.

Based in and focused on South Florida, Shlomo (a.k.a. “Sam”) and his Florida Mold Cleaners crew are old hands at home repairs and remodeling as well as mold removal and water damage restoration. But when it comes to marketing their services to South Florida property and home owners, they are strictly new-tech and Web-based: Miami web designer and front-end developer Bruce Arnold built the website that launched their business a few years ago. And recognizing that maintaining the traffic flow generated by their high search visibility mandated re-engineering their website with W3C-compliant HTML5 and CSS3 for the Semantic Web, they again called on Bruce Arnold’s WebReDesignMiami.com to make their website “Web 3.0 Ready.”

The re-engineered and optimized FloridaMoldCleaners.com website employs search-friendly Javascript-free CSS-only navigation and features three new jQuery/Ajax “Before and After” image utilities accelerated by a jQuery preloader. These interactive photo galleries highlight the value and quality of Florida Mold Cleaners’ workmanship as only pictures can. Every web page passes all seven tests of Web 3.0 readiness, and all content and media has been verified as accessible not only by the latest versions of all five major web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, MSIE, Opera and Safari) but also by “flash-free” HTML5 user agents like the phenomenally popular Apple iPad. Bookmarking and sharing functionality is also integrated to facilitate and encourage “buzz” creation on social networking sites like Fakebóók and Twitter. And even though the new site has only been live a short time, Shlomo says his Web 3.0 investment is already generating returns:

“WebReDesignMiami.com did exceptional work for us in their recent Web 3.0 upgrade of FloridaMoldCleaners.com. We are already seeing increases in our search visibility, site traffic and, most importantly, the number of calls we get!”

About FloridaMoldCleaners.com

FloridaMoldCleaners.com provides licensed professional mold inspection, mold removal, mold remediation and water damage restoration services to South Florida property and home owners. They also deliver expert home repair and home remodeling services, especially for residential kitchens and bathrooms. In Broward County or Palm Beach County, they offer free mold and water damage assessments and 24/7 emergency response by calling 954-804-7181 or 561-756-4107.