Frequently Asked Questions on Printing Services Waterford
You can find us at – Unit 3B, Cleaboy Industrial Estate, Old Kilmeadan Road, Waterford. Not living close by? That is no problem, we offer our printing services throughout all of Ireland. We have previously worked with customers from Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Kilkenny, to name a few. You can simply email the files that you need printed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We offer the option to pay over the phone and provide a courier service that will get your printing order straight to your door.
We offer a variety of pricing for our printing services. Get in touch and we will discuss your printing requirements and one of our Graphic Designers will send you a custom quote.
We have various payment options. You can either pay over the phone, via bank transfer or simply pay by cash or card in our office. We will require either a 50% deposit and the remainder paid on collection or you can pay in full before the order goes ahead.
If it is original artwork that you need printed, you will have to make sure that they are set up correctly. We will need high-quality, print-ready PDF files with 3mm bleeds and crop marks or the original design files. This makes it easier for us to cut and there will not be any white space at the edges. You can simply send us your files by email to email@example.com and we will look after the rest.
Sending your files could not be easier, you can either drop the files into our Waterford office on a USB stick or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every order is completely different. It all depends on what type of printing you require and the quantity. Some orders can be produced on the same day whereas larger orders can take a few days. Our design and print team will advise approximately how long your order will be once they have your information.
To not go in too much detail, the colours you see on your screen are a different colour profile to printing. When printing, printers use a mix of CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black) colours whereas screens use an RGB (Red, Green Blue) colour profile. If your files are set to RGB, our printers will try to match the colours as much as they can, however they can’t be 100% accurate.