Tucson, Arizona (October 17, 2014) – Industrial Chemical of Arizona, a leading dealer of janitorial supplies in Tucson, recently launched its revamped website. By doing so, the company seeks to make it easier for prospective customers to understand and take advantage of the products and services it offers.
The company understands that as more and more people use the Internet to look for information on local businesses, it has to optimize its website in order to better serve this audience. In line with this goal, the first major change implemented on the site is a streamlining of sections. Now, there are only five sections, beginning with the “About” page which introduces clients to the company and its services.
There are also dedicated pages for each of the dealer’s clientele, namely: contractors, homeowners, and businesses. Each section has a useful navigation sidebar that lists all of the products offered for that target market. Clicking any of the links will take users to individual product pages where they can read detailed descriptions of their chosen items.
A rental page also lists down the equipment the company rents out, such as carpet extractors, floor machines and vacuums. Last is the resources page, where users can read original articles discussing the latest developments in the cleaning industry. Information about the firm’s latest promos can also be found in this section.
Furthermore, there are notable user-friendly features that have been added to the website. The first is a link that, when clicked, will automatically open Google Maps and direct clients to the business’s location. Next is a pop-up widget that provides the firm’s office number, along with a contact form.
To learn more about Industrial Chemical of Arizona, simply visit www.ICASupply.com.
About Industrial Chemical of Arizona
The company provides some of the best cleaning supplies to Tucson contractors, businesses and homeowners. It has 36 years of experience in purchasing supplies from the top manufacturers in the country. It is headed by Amanda Tobak, a Tucson native who holds a master’s degree in Business Administration.