Salient is an excellent design with a fresh approach for the ever-changing Web. Integrated with Gantry 5, it is infinitely customizable, incredibly powerful, and remarkably simple.
Poland is now home to our branch office - Town 1, Range 1 of the Connecticut Western Reserve before the state ceded the land to the new federal government.
Serving Mahoning and Warren counties and communities
This charming but feature-packed community is home to our headquarters office.
Information and resources - check out what they have to offer
Our internet service provider in Bluffton
Our internet service provider while we were in Upper Sandusky. Has a good high-speed wireless option. The site looks so 1997, we guess they are stillin business.
Our site host and email provider, as well as Joomla platform artist.
Wyandot County's premier ground-water source town
Our home from 2000 to 2009, along the great Sandusky River and at the intersection of US 23 and US 30 (nowhere near Cedar Point).
Ada (our HQ 1986-2000) has great water from wells in the regional Silurian carbonate aquifer, expertly treated by Phil Epley and crew. First community in Northwest Ohio with a fully endorsed wellhead protection plan (by Ground Water Science).
Excellent science and engineering programs in a small-town small-college setting
The US 30 corridor in its various forms, highways and byways.
Much history and culture information of our former neighbors. There is also a Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma.
A platform for developing business ideas and linking ventures to capital
Northeastern Ohio is a vibrant region in culture, industry including advanced manufacturing, innovation, software development and academics
Our partner Stuart Smith's alma mater and a top-rated undergraduate university in Springfield, Ohio
Our backyard National Park!
Like it says, find out where to go and be in our lovely home state of Ohio
Western Ohio (Main) Office295 S. Lawn Ave.Bluffton, OH 45817419-358-0528Contact
Appalachian Plateau Office22 Edgewater Dr.Poland, OH 44514330-787-0496Contact
Keep woody landscaping and bushes away from wells. Bushes often push roots along the well casing, resulting in broken seals.