Website hosting

Our websites are hosted on our reliable, secure, UK-based servers.

Websites come in all shapes and sizes and we can provide the perfect hosting for you. Our three main plans cover most site needs but if you need something a bit different we can tailor make the right set-up for you.  

Hosting Plans

Standard

£120 per annum

  • Shared server
  • Standard security
  • Simple websites
  • Low number of visitors
  • Daily on-server backup
  • Uptime monitoring
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Enhanced

£340 per annum

  • Virtual Private Server (VPS)
  • Enhanced security
  • Business critical websites
  • Increasing number of visitors
  • Daily on-server backup (7 days)
  • Daily off-site backup (60 days)
  • Uptime monitoring

Elastic

From £20* per month

  • Scalable cloud server
  • Enhanced security
  • Websites that need to scale
  • High number of visitors
  • Daily on-server backup (7 days)
  • Uptime monitoring
  • * Costs dependent on usage

Options

There are a few services that you can add to your site and we’ll install and set-up everything for you, included in the cost. Take a look at our website support and maintenance packages if you’d like help running your site after launch.

CloudFlare

Free to £25 per month

CloudFlare is two things in one: a Content Delivery Network (CDN) and a Web Application Firewall (WAF). The goal of a CDN is make your site load faster, especially for users in different locations around the world. It also keeps cached copies of your site so it can serve it quickly and guarantees high availability of your site. The WAF part protects your site from a range of online threats such as spammers and DDOS attacks: the great thing is CloudFlare stops these before they reach your site.

Security certificate

From £100 per annum

An SSL is a security certificate which secures connections and encrypts traffic on your site so that it remains private. When it is in place a padlock icon can be seen in the browser, and reassures users that the site is secure. SSLs are essential for ecommerce websites and are useful for most other sites. Google now prefers sites with SSLs and may use this in its search rankings.