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Culpeper Wood Preservers Launches New Website

Culpeper Wood Preservers has given its website, www.culpeperwood.com, an upgrade. The new site, which features both enhanced content and a redesigned format, provides a better overall user experience and reinforces the company’s position as a leader in the outdoor living category.

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Culpeper Wood Preservers has given its website, www.culpeperwood.com, an upgrade. The new site, which features both enhanced content and a redesigned format, provides a better overall user experience and reinforces the company’s position as a leader in the outdoor living category.
“Our new website elevates not only the digital footprint for Culpeper but also serves as an example for the entire treated lumber industry. Culpeper continues to prove itself as a leader in the outdoor living category,” noted Chris Brown, Director of Business Development and Marketing for Culpeper.
Featuring an easy to navigate web format and a responsive design specifically for mobile devices, the site offers a wide range of information and tools. The new products area allows users to see the vast product lines offered by the company and design ideas for each product. The all new Outdoor Living section features an inspiration gallery, project plans for outdoor projects, helpful videos and the all new Culpeper Vibes section showcasing Culpeper’s very own playlists for those outdoor gatherings.

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