Solid state drive storage means faster loading websites
Your hosting is backed by a team of professionals
Load-balanced and automatically scales to meet demand
Our support team is here to help you any way we can
All our hosting is powered by 100% renewable energy, which means all your sites and apps are too. That's great news for you and the environment.
Our data centre has an extremely low PUE of 1.12. Plus, our Autoscaling Cloud Hosting only uses the resources it needs, so no energy is wasted.
Absolutely you can. Yes!
We do operate a ticket system on our helpdesk, but you are also welcome to call us if you have queries or problems.
Yes we are all from the UK. We are actually based in Kettering, Northamptonshire.
Yes, upgrading or downgrading is quick and easy and can be done any time from within our control panel. All your website files can be downloaded for easy migration or backups.
Yes you can!
On our WordPress platform you can choose from the latest revisions of the current release of PHP. However, on the Linux platform, you can select any PHP version you wish.
Yes we do!
If you have our timeline backups, your site will be backed up daily. We maintain 30 days of backups for you, so you can restore to any point in the last 30 days.
Yes we do!
Our free SSL certificates are wildcard certificates that cover your domain and any sub-domains you might create.
We’ll migrate your websites for free. Once you’ve signed-up, give our Support Team the details of your current web hosting and we’ll get to work, quickly migrating your websites and emails from your previous host.
WordPress Hosting is similar to shared hosting in that you’ll be renting a portion of a server, shared with other customers. However, it is more as a VIP service to those who specifically use WordPress for their website. Often, WordPress Hosting comes in two forms: managed and unmanaged.
If a web host isn’t specific about whether their WordPress hosting is managed or unmanaged, assume for now it’s unmanaged. Unmanaged WordPress hosting simply means that you’ll have control over your WordPress installation. You will be responsible for installing, uninstalling or updating your website. This includes security updates, maintenance and any optimisation you may want to include. Although it sounds like a negative thing, unmanaged hosting is very common and often customers like the control it offers.
Managed hosting differs between web hosts, but it generally means that the web host will worry about things for you. For example, if your WordPress website needs updating, it will do this for you. You’ll often have access to WordPress experts who can help you with any questions you may have.
Managed WordPress hosting can be more expensive than unmanaged WordPress hosting, because it’s a luxury service. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of managed vs unmanaged WordPress hosting.
We offer both Managed and Unmanaged solutions. Talk to us if you would like to explore a managed WordPress solution.
That depends on your hosting option, but most of our packages have no limit. Create as many mailboxes as you need.
Each mailbox has a 10Gb size limit, although you can purchase more space if required.
Yes you can with One Click Staging.
On our WordPress platform you can easily select to create a copy of a production site to use for staging. It all happens with “One Click”.
You can also publish your staging site to production with “One Click”.
This is included free of charge with our WordPress Platform hosting options.
Independent tests show our WordPress Hosting is 48x faster* than other UK hosts. Our managed platform is optimised for WordPress sites and has exclusive features like one-click staging and WordPress Tools.
We host some of the busiest sites in the world – so you won’t have any worries there! Our self-built platform grows with your website and business. It “autoscales” – meaning that even if your site receives a sudden spike in traffic, it will be able to handle it.
The magic comes from our load-balancers. They’re constantly monitoring all requests to our network. When a website receives a large number of hits it’s quickly isolated and moved to its own dedicated backend. This keeps your business running quickly at the most critical of times, but also means that your neighbours on our shared hosting aren’t affected by your spikes in traffic.