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Finding the right colocation provider for your company is never easy. In fact, if you’re looking for a local provider of colocation services in Covington, you’re out of luck. Providers don’t exist in that city. While there are Covington colocation services to be found elsewhere in the state, your search could be a long and arduous one. However, if you let a veteran of the industry like QuoteColo help, it can be over quickly. Businesses like yours have been depending on us for over 15 years because we:

Provide Company Matching—your company is unique, so it makes sense that you have unique colocation needs as well. That’s why QuoteColo will first get to know your company and then set out to find the providers who will be the right fit. You won’t just get a generic list of names with us.

Give You All the Details—we don’t stop with just company matching though. QuoteColo justifies these choices by providing you with all the details you need too. This means you’ll know exactly what services they provide and how much they charge for them.

Don’t Charge a Thing—you read that right. Your company can get a list of matching providers, including how much they cost and what they’ll provide, yet not pay a thing. There’s no obligation to pick any of our recommendations either and there aren’t any other hidden fees.

If your company is in the market for Covington colocation services, some of the providers we can recommend include:

  • 501 S. 4th Street, Louisville 40202
  • 3315 Gilmore Industrial Blvd, Louisville 40213
  • 733 Barret Avenue, Louisville 40204

Covington is the fifth largest city in Kentucky by population due to its 41,000 residents. The city was started in 1814, after Richard Gano, John Gano and Thomas Carneal purchased a tract of land called The Point that was 150 acres in size. They paid $50,000 for it. Within a year, it was formally incorporated. In 1862, Steward Iron Works was established in Covington and quickly became the largest maker of iron fences in the entire world. Until the Great Depression hit, Covington benefited from steady growth for most of its early years.

Today, the city has St. Elizabeth Healthcare to thank for being the largest employer. Fidelity Investments is up there as well as is the independent school system. All of these businesses take advantage of colocation.

If your business is ready to do the same, give us a call today at 888-400-3762. We also have a Quick Form you can submit as well.