Whether you are looking for mobile advertising for your vehicle, neon signs for your storefront, or traditional large format sign printing, here are five important aspects you should look for in a JF Litho signage printing company.
It might seem like this is a no-brainer but among the first things you are going to want to look for is whether or not they do quality work. Sure, everyone is going to claim to do this, but what really matters is that you have a standard that they can meet. Of course, it should be easy to determine if they can meet your standard: simply ask to see a portfolio of work, or check out their website, which will undoubtedly have both examples of successful jobs as well as customer feedback.
For some, quality is not just how “good” the finished product is but also whether or not a company uses environmentally methods or their reputation within the community. Perhaps they have charity values or like to participate in community events; these are also quality aspects that might attract you.
Regardless of your native industry, if you want to be successful you are probably going to have to deal with a demanding schedule, and you will be pulled in so many different directions. No matter how hard you try, accidents happen and unforeseen circumstances can throw a wrench in your plans! While you certainly are not going to spring surprise orders on your sign printer, it is always nice to know that they have the ability to work with you when you really need some flexibility.
Everybody starts at the beginning, but nobody will stay there forever. If you want quality work, go with the company that has experience. That is not to say that you can’t find a young company with lots of promise, but longevity is always a sure sign of a good product. A company with more experience will have a bigger portfolio and probably some excellent customer or critical reviews. That said, youth and vigor can sometimes result in innovation, so be sure to examine what everyone can offer.
At the end of the day, what matters is whether or not people are happy. Work with a company that works with you: checks in on progress, provides updates on labor or issues they encounter, etc.