If you want a professional look, I would start with spelling correctly -- especially those words that pertain to your business.
photoraphy/photography, enhancments/enhancements, compostion/composition, peices/pieces, resoration/restoration, tonting? /tinting?), remoal/removal, estaimate/estimate, wil/will, promply/promptly, confermation/confirmation, i/I, signifacance/significance, taht/that, challange/challenge are some of the text that needs to be corrected.
Why would you have a personal link to MySpace on your business website?
I'll leave the actual website design review to those with experience in that area, but as a potential customer, when I see typos or misspelled words, I just move on to the next internet business on my list. My thinking is that if the people involved with this business don't know how or don't bother to spell correctly -- what else will they NOT do correctly? You don't want a potential customer to have those questions in their minds.