My company has a website www.geminicatamarans.com.
All their websites and their site servers are messy, this one's no exception. They have it set up currently with the index page "redirecting" with JS (window.location.href) to a WP site in a subdirectory (which used to take even longer because there was an ASP.NET form runat server directive in there...... it's an Apache server......), but then their old website (Joomla) is still accessible in a different subdirectory (looks better too but oh well, our so-called programmer has been working on a new website for them for ... 6 whole months now, it's not even complicated, nor is there any content management).
So I've been checking around in all these places and still can't find the meta-description that shows up in Google for just that domain itself. It's inaccurate and needs to be changed, but I don't know where it's even coming from, so I don't know if I'll be able to override it... Should adding the meta-description to the index page do the trick? I did that but it should take a couple days anyway to show up... I am just so confused about where this description is being pulled from.