NH Spray Foam and Geothermal Company Launches Website
06/04/2012

The website is equipped with a highly robust and user-friendly content management system (CMS) that Climate Shield's staffers can leverage to add, remove and modify content in-house rather than relying on a third-party agency.

Online PR News – 04-June-2012 – Concord, NH – Climate Shield, a leading spray foam insulation and geothermal heating company, has launched a new website engineered by New England design and marketing firm Danconia Media.

The site – located at www.climateshieldnh.com – features information about Climate Shield's services that can save homeowners and businesses significantly on heating and cooling costs in the long-run. Using the site, visitors can easily contact Climate Shield to request a consultation from any page. Danconia's web team gave the site a clean, elegant look and feel to appeal to a wide-ranging demographic.

Danconia Media also designed Climate Shield's logo.

The website is equipped with a highly robust and user-friendly content management system (CMS) that Climate Shield's staffers can leverage to add, remove and modify content in-house rather than relying on a third-party agency. Since the CMS is open-source, it is free to use. It has the same functionality as proprietary solutions that cost tens of thousands of dollars per year in licensing alone.

Climate Shield, a subsidiary of CDB Mechanical, works closely with general contractors and subcontractors within a 100-mile radius that encompasses New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont. The company staffs licensed Lapolla insulators; the leading spray foam manufacturer has an array of products geared toward residential, commercial and institutional needs.

The HVAC pros have decades of experience in geothermal heating, a technique that involves tapping into the earth's natural temperatures. The technology has been around since the Roman Empire, but its popularity has blossomed in recent years as eco-friendliness has become more of a priority for building contractors. Geothermal pumps lack the environmentally harmful emissions that other heating systems have, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

For more information about Climate Shield, visit www.climateshield.com, call (603) 219-0697 of email info@climateshield.com. Climate Shield's office is at 134 G1 Hall Street in Concord.

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