Use our online estimate request by clicking here. Otherwise, the best way to ensure that we get all the information necessary to do an accurate estimate is to give us a call and speak with one of our consultants.
Every project is different. Some jobs can be done in hours, while others may take several days to complete. Let us know when you need your job done and we’ll let you know if it can be done. Our clients appreciate us for our quick response and ability to meet all our deadlines.
A PDF format is a preferred format for submitting a document for printing because it incorporates needed information to maintain consistency from design to printing. Most other file formats such as InDesign, Illustrator or PSD can be easily converted to PDF format.
Yes, we have recycled stocks of paper that has a more natural feel and is made from 30 -100% recycled materials.
Read a detailed article about your printing options for a flyer by clicking here.
Offset printing is suitable for high-quality prints with consistent color and large runs over 2,000 pieces. Also, it supports a large variety of paper type with custom finishes. Digital printing is best used to deliver quick, small runs. It has the ability to produce metallic colors, and print on a wide variety of stock coatings. While digital printing is more advantageous for short runs, with offset printing, the more you print- the cheaper is the price per piece. As a general rule, if it’s under 2,000 pieces, it will be cheaper to produce on a digital printer.
We have explained this type of printing services in one of our blog articles, please read it by clicking here.