We recently reproduced a website for a local company, Upstate Plumbing Heating & Excavation, Inc.

The company’s HTML website had inadvertently become inaccessible. We actually see this with some frequency: whether it’s a lapsed domain registration (most common) or hosting environment, the client no longer has access to its own website. It can happen because businesses are focused on their own work rather than on an online presence. And given that website owners receive so many SPAM communications, things can get lost.

To “recreate” the website, we looked to the Internet Archive and its “Wayback Machine” to get a sense of how the website looked when previously online. We then made a site substantially similar in appearance, using Elegant Themes’ Divi builder.

We were able to get the company “back in business” online. You can see the results here: https://upstate-plumbing.com/

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