Build and design a new site or refresh an existing site.
Every business is unique so we’ll work with you to design a website that fits your unique requirements. There is no one size fits all approach.
Website Hosting & Support Plans
Managed hosting for your WordPress website.
All hosting options include a SSL certificate. Websites that use SSL are ranked higher in Google search results than websites that don’t.
State of the art servers mean your website will load fast. A fast website means happy customers.
All hosting is optimised by Cloudflare. This service improves website speed, reliability and security by:
- Hiding your website’s IP address to provide anonymity
- Protecting your website from Denial Of Service attacks
- Serving cached files if your website goes down.
Still have questions?
If you don’t find your answer here, feel free to call or email – we’re always happy to chat.
How much does a website cost?
New builds start at NZ$1550. The final cost depends on complexity and customisation.
Rebuilding an existing site on the WordPress platform may cost less than this.
Can you host my existing website?
Yes, if the website is built using WordPress. Normally migrating a website to the Lexicom server is done at no cost.
Will I be able to edit my website?
Yes. One benefit of using WordPress is that it is user friendly, even if you have little technical/website experience. We provide you with full access and can provide a brief tutorial on editing your new site.
Are there any ongoing costs?
Website hosting with Lexicom starts at NZ$55 per month per website. This is sufficient for most small to medium sized websites. E-commerce sites may cost more. Domain registration (e.g. yourdomain.co.nz) is NZ$35 per domain name, per year. Clients have the option of a monthly support package. Pricing starts at NZ$180
Do you offer Search Engine Optimization?
Yes, all the websites we build use industry standard SEO techniques to make sure your website can be found on Google.
Can you build my website but I supply my own hosting?
Yes, this is possible, however this can cause some issues. If you would like this option, we recommend a discussion about it before any work is started.