What’s this going to cost?

When building a website, there are two costs to consider: upfront costs and maintenance costs. The upfront cost is what it takes to plan, build, and launch your site. The maintenance costs are to cover things like hosting, security, and performance checks. Have questions? Visit our pricing FAQ’s.

Upfront Costs

The upfront costs are the costs required to plan, build, and launch your site. Although the final proposal quote may vary from what you see here, this gives you a ball park figure before taking a step forward in the process.

 

Personal Site / Blog / Not-for-Profit

Have an idea you want to share with the world? Maybe a digital space to platform your creative work? This is for you.

Cost: $2500+

Business

This is a site where people can learn about and interact with your business, cause, or organization. You probably don’t require advanced functionality like e-commerce or customer logins.

Cost: $3500+

Churches

Surprisingly enough, church sites often are very dynamic in nature. They are jam-packed with content and require integrations with multiple different applications.

Cost: $4500+

E-Commerce / Membership

Looking to sell products online? Wanting to charge for access to your site’s content? No problem. You gotta spend money to make money, right?

Cost: $5000+

Maintenance Plans

Sleep soundly knowing your site is secure, up-to-date, and performing well.

Let's Work Together!

Whether you know exactly what you need or you need a little (or a lot) help along the way, let’s make a great website.