Some think that you can refresh an aging site but for the most part, that’s not possible. Both web code and hardware specifications evolve and quickly too, making websites launched even just four to five years ago obsolete. It’s actually quite frustrating for us because explaining why obsolescence is knocking at their door always takes some effort whether it’s a client from the past or a new client with an aging website developed by somebody else. Yes, we know your old website looks terrible on a brand new 5K iMac, or the hover-over dropdown navigation doesn’t work properly on the iPad (probably because your website was launched before the iPad was even released). Unfortunately, some botox and filler is not an option here. You’ll be needing a facelift or perhaps even a whole new head – just being honest. Fortunately for us, Fundament didn’t bock at any of this when the website we created almost 7 years ago started to act up on modern web browsers and iPads. They had done their homework and realized that websites age just like everything else so they asked us to come up with a new one, which is what you see here. We sometimes tell those who own websites to think of it like owning car. The maintenance and hosting costs depend on how fancy it is, and the average person gets a new one every 71.4 months (6 years). Just don’t ask if we can give you a trade in value for your old hooptie website!