What does a website cost?
The price of a website depends on many things – its functionality, its design, the number of pages, integrations with third party systems and so on. It’s therefore difficult to give an ‘off the shelf’ price; a website is rarely an ‘off the shelf’ solution.
In our experience cheap solutions, like the TV-advertised ‘all in one’ self-build websites, are only cheap at first – once you factor in extra functionality, customizations, robust hosting, reliable support and quality of programming, the cost can soon rise to something you’d originally have paid a professional developer. Consider too the professional design element (or lack of) and that original bargain price can suddenly seem like money not so well spent.
Our prices take into account quality of end product and your long-term satisfaction. We won’t be the cheapest out there but with Maroon Balloon you’ll get value for money and integrity – honesty, transparency, friendly support, well-crafted web solutions and the functionality and design you require (we won’t sell you what you don’t need). Our quotes are broken down into clearly itemized jobs, each individually priced, so you can see what you’re getting for what price. We’ll also make you aware of any ongoing costs so that you can budget for your website for the long term.
We have low overheads and a very lean business model, which is reflected in our fair and honest pricing. Get in touch to chat about your requirements and to find out how much a website solution may cost for you.