Interesting. If you search for something "real" people search for when they need your services your site comes up with close to what you want as the title. See this:
However, there's a LOT wrong with your page(s) that could harm you in terms of future SEO. The biggest one being the editor you use. It adds so much junk to your page's code and markup it's next to unintelligible.
Worse is that your code is literally upside down. The stuff you want at the top (<h1>, etc.) is at the bottom, and the stuff you want at the bottom is above the <h1>. Now, through the magic of CSS all this code is rendered as you like it -- maybe. One must remember though that googlebot (and other SE bots) are basically "smart" text browsers. So they see your opening page somewhat like this:
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See where your <h1>BRAND STRIPING</h1> is? All the way at the bottom of the page. See where "BRANDSTRIPING" is? Above the "fold" in an e-mail address. Which do you think Google believes is the best/correct version -- even if they do turn it into all lowercase?
There's a LOT more wrong with the page; start with validating your code. I'm sure deathshadow will be along and tell you to junk the whole thing and start from scratch. In a way I believe that to be what you need to do. Your basic design is nice, although it could be rebuilt into a more fluid and elastic version that would render nicely across all devices, and window/screen sizes. Your biggest problem is using GoDaddy's WYSIWYG site builder. It's output, from a code, markup, and SEO perspective, is unfixable.
This just strikes me as laugh-out-loud funny:
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Apparently the Large Hadron Collider has started working with screen pixels! Seriously, accuracy down to less than a trillionth of a pixel?? That has to be sub-atomic! Hmm -- pixel fission.... Did Einstein predict that?