Treasure Coast Web Design recently got a chance to do another premier commercial site for Apple Machine Supply. Located in Fort Pierce on Orange Ave close to the interstate 95 exit wanted to showcase their services that include welding, machining, fabrication, metal sales, machine repair and CNC Milling. Apple Machine and Supply service St. Lucie, Okeechobee, Indian River and Martin county on the Treasure Coast of Florida. Apple was so happy with our work they asked us to set up a site for the Apple Industrial Supply retail store in the same complex. So Treasure Coast Web Design will be busy for awhile. Check us out and see what we can do for you.
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Treasure Coast Web Design recently got a chance to do another premier commercial site for Apple Machine Supply. Located in Fort Pierce on Orange Ave close to the interstate 95 exit wanted to showcase their services that include welding, machining, … Continue reading →Mancil’s Tractor Service Inc.
Treasure Cost Web Design is proud the present our latest site to join our group. Mancils.com is a complete site work contractor based in Stuart Florida. Specializing in Clearing, Excavation, Grading and Asphalt Paving. Mancil’s work can be found from … Continue reading →Take a Shot Photo Booth Rentals
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I have been doing the Mainstreet Fort Pierce Web Site for over ten Years and have completely redesigned the site at least four times. Doris Tillman and Pam Gillette decided to get a new logo and anted a new fresher look that … Continue reading →Pat Cochran’s new web site
Pat Cochran local artist and sculptor has joined theTreasure Coast Web Design group with his new web site designed by me. It features his work and especially his “Leap of Faith” bronze work that stands behind the Fort Pierce City Building. I added a very … Continue reading →