Seneca Millwork launches updated website

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Seneca Millwork has refreshed its website to offer its customers a more convenient experience.

Fostoria, Ohio—Seneca Millwork, a leading manufacturer of hardwood flooring transitions, has launched a newly refreshed website.

“Our Seneca Millwork team has worked diligently together with our website design team to present product material in a clear, concise manner, with a visual experience that our customers will enjoy,” said Cindy Huff, marketing coordinator. “We plan on continuing to update our website as we grow and increase our market presence.”

The company’s new website offers a sharp new look and feel along with improved structure and functionality for ease of use. One of the strongest improvements to the site is the link to educational resources such as product information flyers, order forms, printable installation instructions and several YouTube hardwood transition installation videos. The addition of these materials along with improved navigation will offer an important benefit to its customers, the company said.

The SignatureFlex flexible molding product line information was previously available on a separate web site, signatureflex.com. This information has been combined into the company’s new website for its customers’ convenience.

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