Sound Seal upgrades websites

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Agawam, Mass.—Sound Seal, a leading manufacturer of acoustical and noise control products serving the industrial, architectural, commercial and construction industries, has launched two upgraded websites. Sound Seal has revamped both the primary website for the company (soundseal.com) as well the website for its INC division (industrialnoisecontrol.com).

The website upgrades allow for a better overall user experience with simple and friendly navigation along with quick and easy access to detailed and organized technical information. Both sites now provide users convenience and ease from any mobile device.

“With so many options out there in the cyber world, it is important to offer an exciting and appealing user experience for your audience,” said Jennifer Chagnon, director of marketing for Sound Seal. “I feel confident these updates will be well received and will offer precise and effective information as quickly and efficiently as possible.”

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