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If you are looking to improve the online appearance of your business in Shirley, nothing is more noticeable than a new or updated website. It provides more solid return on investment than almost any other lead generator. We'll pick out a great design with one of our reputable designers that meets the aesthetics your business is looking for, and then the programmers at Gravity Web Works will ensure a proper website build.

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Website Tuneups and Rebuilds

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What to expect when you call

You will be speaking with a long time web professional, who is well practiced in a wide range of web technologies.

The Gravity Web Works designer or programmer will inspect your website and let you know your options to correct it. Some changes might be very simple and accomplished w/in the same day.

At Gravity Web Works, we believe in being prepared for every type of website repair or enhancement in Shirley, NY. Whether you have a slow loading site or a dated look, our designers and developers are ready with the skills to fix any website.

Call us today at 631-637-1350 for more information and to set up an appointment to audit your current website.

Web Development

Need something else? No problem

In Shirley, website design can be combined with custom programming for performance and custom features. So, if you need some custom website development, you can count on Gravity Web Works to fulfill your project requirements.

Call us today at 631-637-1350 for more information and to set up an appointment to discuss your custom needs.

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About Shirley, NY in Long Island NY

Shirley is a hamlet (and census-designated place) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population of Shirley was 27,854. Shirley is notable as the western terminus of Atlantic Crossing 1, a major submarine telecommunications cable linking the United States with the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands. Soon, the Emerald Express transatlantic communications cable will provide data connectivity between Europe and North America, landing in Shirley.

Shirley is a community in the Town of Brookhaven, on the South Shore of Long Island. It is named for developer Walter T. Shirley, who had the vision in the 1950s to turn the area on Mastic Bay into an affordable enclave. Shirley's company priced its 4,000 four-room homes starting at $4,700, and lots were priced at $295.

Shirley is served by the Mastic–Shirley Long Island Rail Road station (the station was a compromise when both Mastic and Shirley campaigned for it). The Smith Point Bridge is the second of only two bridge crossings from the "mainland" of Long Island and Fire Island (allowing beach goers easy access to the Ocean without the need of taking a ferry boat).

The 7th Precinct of the Suffolk County Police Department is located in Shirley. Most of Shirley, the southern part, is served by the William Floyd School District. The northern part is served by the Longwood Central School District.

About Gravity Web Works

Long island website design company Gravity Web Works, located in Rocky Point, is your complete one-stop shop for web design (aka "webite design"), graphic design, and custom online programming. We have an outstanding extended team of long island web development talent - all of whom are long time professionals within their field. Together we can handle all projects, from single page designs to custom private applications.

Our pros professionally build and update all types of web sites throughout Shirley and surrounding areas. Jules alone has over two decades of experience in the website building business. We all pride ourselves in customer satisfaction and quality on every job.

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