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Web Design

How much do much do your websites cost?

It all depends on your requirements and our prices start from £495, we see so many designers offering web design for £495 or less and people think that covers everything.

The bulk of your final price will be based on the following core questions:

  • Do you already have a domain name e.g.
  • Do you need us to write the content?
  • How many pages do you need?
  • Do you need logo design?
  • Will you be selling products?
  • Do you need to update the site yourself?
  • Do you need some stock images?
  • Do you need a custom web application? E.g. Do you need to take bookings
  • Do you need hosting?

Martin worked on my website (Five Counties Cleaning) and brought my ideas to life, I am really please with the results.

Mathew Dinley
Five Counties Cleaning

So many people see the price in an advert then think right I am sold and don’t even think about the service levels and what else they might need.

There’s no hidden charges at B2B Surge because we break everything down for you!

We don’t just design your website and leave you to it. If you have zero experience with websites we will guide every step of the way from registering your domain to setting up hosting and putting your website live!

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Here is a rough idea of our website prices with different levels of functionality:

  • Simple custom design (not template) website approx. 10-30 pages: approx. £495-1000
  • Small and medium-sized enterprise custom website design, more content and project management: approx.  £1000-2000
  • Ecommerce website to sell products online – approx.  £750-2500
  • Custom web application e.g. I want a site that offers bookings and various other advanced features: from £2500+, again it depends on spec.

We offer a free no obligation proposal so don’t be afraid to get in touch and chat to someone in our team who will be happy to walk you through this.

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Web Design FAQ

 How does the payment process work?

Before we start a project a 30% deposit needs to be paid. Once we receive design sign off from you we collect another 20% before we move into coding your website. The final 50% is collected on completion and the website will be launched once the final payment has been received.

 Do I own my website?

YES! - Every website that we build is 100% owned by you.

 Do you work with platforms like Wordpress?

YES! - Wordpress is highly recommended and the benefits of this platform are endless especially if you want to update the content of your website yourself. Wordpress is a content management platform that powers over 30% of the internet.

 Web Design or Web Development - What's the difference?

Web Design and Web Development are the terms that reference two different aspects of the website building process, they require two unique skill sets. Why is it important that you know the difference as you look for someone to design and develop your company's website?

In essence, web design refers to both the aesthetic portion of the website and it's usability. Web designers will create the layout along with other visual elements of the website and this is the service you need if your website is just going to act as a static brochure for your business.

Web Developers (aka Programmers) on the other hand, convert a static layout into a dynamic and interactive website. They use Javascript, PHP and other programming languages to bring the website to life. These languages are used to create:

  • Animations
  • Shopping Carts
  • Content Management Systems
  • Dynamic Web Pages
  • Booking Systems
  • Database Driven Websites
  • Social Network Websites

Companies looking for a website or a re-design of their existing website may be confused by the blurred lines surrounding the terms "Web Design" and "Web Development". At B2B Surge we are able to do both, hopefully this page has helped clear up the common misconception that design and development are the same thing.