I am going to take this time to review your site and list my opinions on what should be changed and improved to give your website a professional look.
The following is a list in no particular order of my findings.
1. The contrast of background image and text is a bad mix. It makes it hard to read the text and hurts the eyes. If you want to keep the stone background try making the backdrop for the text black or about 80% opacity...that way you will still get the bleed effect from the stone background.
2. The flash on your index page is neat but not necessary. It increases page load times and requires pluggins to view (I know everyone has flash player, but you never know). And if you do not want to get rid of it, at least take it off of loop so it only plays once.
3. Incorporate your logo into your header of every page. Only seeing your logo on the index page is not enough. Experts say that on average people need to see something at least seven times before they recognize it and up to thirty times before they remember and tie in an association with it.
4. Add your contact information to the footer of every page. Having your contact information on every page allows the visitors to, well, contact you faster. Plus it adds to the overall uniform look of the site.
5. Your photo page is a little jumpy when you change your screen resolution. They don't seem to be in fixed tables, therefore allowing them to move about the page loosing the intended justification. Make sure to do testing on different resolutions so you can see how your site reacts.
6. Misspelled words.
Index Page - residential, commercial
Service Agreement - hurricane (twice), immediately
Services - appearance, re-freshened, commercial
That is too many...you NEED to run a spell checker when you are done your editorial. There could be more errors, however, I stopped at the services.htm page.
7. Your images are not optimized for fast download speeds. Here is an example.
This is the actual size of the image on your services page, but you have it squished into a smaller cell. The file size for this image is 375KB, and that is huge for an image of that quality and size. Optimize the image size to the size you want and lower the quality of the jpg to 70-80% to save KB's. Do this throughout your site.
8. Get rid of the flames page counter on the bottom of the site. Sure it is important to know how many visitors you are getting, but most hosting comapnies will give you the stats (in incredible detail) for free. And if your hosting company doesn't you can get imbedded scripts that are not visible that produce .txt documents detailing your stats saved to your ftp account.
9. It is nice to see that you have
tags in the >, but they can be better. Make sure to match your tags with your site title and content. It should be a waterfall effect starting with your tags and ending with your content. Metatags are not as important as they once were however they still have relevancy today.
10. Keep your text the same. I see that you used Arial for the most part throughout your site. But on one page you reverted back to New Times. Consistency is key when making a clean professional website.
So those are some observations I have made. I hope they help you out a bit. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.