This looks REALLY familiar... is there some stock template every hosting company is using or something.
Has all the hallmarks of an off the shelf template, including what's often called the "trifecta of /FAIL/ at web design". What is the "trifecta of /FAIL/"?
1) Fixed width layout, making zooming to read the fonts painful and viewing the page on small displays even MORE painful.
2) Fixed metric (px) fonts, typically in uselessly absurdly undersized measurements like 12px or less.
3) illegible color contrasts -- like the dark gray on black menu.
It's also filled with inaccessible/broken design elements that really have no business in a web design like multiple perfect equal height equal width sections, massive slow loading bandwidth hogging full width image slider, etc, etc...
Peeking under the hood things just get worse, what with the PHP code that isn't even running and is instead putting IE into quirks mode. (hence why the layout is totally banjaxed there). The keywords meta is overstuffed guaranteeing it will be ignored, AND it has zero relevance to your content, AND isn't even keyWORDS. It's got the typical jQuery for nothing code bloat, static scripting in the markup, static style in the markup, STRONG and EM around things that should not be receiving emphasis, clearing DIV like it's still 2001, nonsensical use of numbered headings...
... and the broken Engrish isn't helping matters much either. You might want to get a professional writer in there to punch things up a bit.
It's pretty much what I come to expect with an off the shelf template; which IMHO are nothing more than a giant scam designed to rip off people just starting out who don't know any better! Hence why my advice would be to toss that entire mess and start over from scratch with just the content, marked up semantically with separation of presentation from content, progressively enhanced with CSS, do yourself a favor and stay the devil away from JS goofyness for now, with an actually accessible layout and design that's elastic, semi-fluid and responsive. All the accessibility norms and bits important for users nd search engines to care about you having a site are nowhere to be found... and that's the really important stuff!
MORE SO for a hosting company; if your site says "I can haz intarnets" you really think people looking for someplace to host a site is going to choose that?