Originally Posted by Cathie
I wouldn't use a contact form for your type of service. If you don't respond to these queries quickly your potential customers will get annoyed. You could remove this page and keep your contact details in the widget sidebar on every page.
Just wanted to politely disagree with the above.
I've built a website a couple years ago for a lawn mowing client at http://www.twincitylawnmowing.com.au
and ranked it high for all key terms related to the local market.
This client tends to get a LOT of enquiries from their website, particularly the contact form.
The contact from tends to attract a better class of client who want bigger things done and are planning in advance, which is ideal for a lawn mowing business, rather than people who call who often want it done "now". Most people aren't silly enough to think a lawn mowing guy will reply in 5 minutes, so just make sure you reply at the end of the day.
Overall your website isn't the most amazing ever, but it honestly doesn't need to be - just by having one that's clear and professional with contact details is a step ahead of most.
1) Learn what Title Tags and Meta Description Tags are, and fix yours, including adding your location - so you have a much better chance of being found online. Read Here
2) Redo your gallery - it doesn't present very well.
3) You have testimonials on the sides of some pages, and then again under "More". "More" isn't a good menu item full stop, but with only one submenu it makes no sense - suspect you have done this because testimonials was too long and you didn't know how to change the theme to fit your menu items. I say remove it completely and just have them showing on the main pages.
4) EVERY page should have a list of suburbs or cities you service - for your sort of business this is critical, and will help with SEO
as well. Sure it's on the home page, but it's not on the About Us page for example which makes no sense, nor the services or contact page.
5) Get an email that isn't gmail - it's not professional.
6) If you can afford it, get a logo done - the plain green text up the top doesn't look overly professional.
Hope this helps,