Where do I start?
Start by using our order now form and include as much information as possible about the job you require and your contact details. You can upload your artwork in this section also. Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org with this information and your artwork. once the order form has been processed you will receive a confirmation email back with an Inhouse Express order form for you to approve quantity, paper stock, pricing and to arrange payment. You can either sign this form and fax, or scan and email back to us, or you can reply to the email with "This order is approved". When the correct artwork has been received and a 50% deposit and signed paperwork is completed your job will proceed to the print queue.
How quickly can I get my printing done?
Usually within 24 hours of order form confirmation, deposit and correct artwork being received. This is for most standard business cards, flyers, A3 posters and brochures up to 10,000 units. It is also possible to have it done on the same day but will incurr a 20% surcharge. All other jobs can take 2-3 days depending on quantities and finishing of the jobs. If you have a tight time frame or deadline, please contact us to discuss the turnaround time.
My file is too large to email, how can I get it to you?
Can I colour match when printing digitally?
Yes, if you have a specific colour that you would like to reproduce, eg a pantone colour in your logo, a previously printed brochure, or a colour swatch you’re trying to match, please let us know your requirements. The digital print machines we have onsite allow us to colourmatch reasonably closely to specific colours using cmyk printing. For bright Pantone colours (eg fluoros) we may need to print your job offset.
Can I use Pantone Colours?
No, you can only print Pantone’s specifically if you are printing a job offset. However, you can specify a Pantone colour and a CMYK equivalent will print. Please note that these, although sometimes close, vary widely. If you must use a Pantone colour and our digital CMYK bridge is not suitable then we recommend doing an Offset print run. Please Contact us for further information.
Can I use overprints and transparencies?
You can, but if you do you must let us know and be available to come and sign off on a proof. It is much safer to do your designs without any overprints or transparencies, however, if you do, bring everything into Photoshop and save as a flattened TIF. This should stop any problems from arising.
Should I get a proof?
A proof is not always necessary. With digital printing we usually get a great result the first time, basically we print it as you see it on your screen. Do keep in mind that all screens are a little different, so if it’s imperative that you see the job prior to printing we would recommend you drop in and do a Press Check whilst the job is set up and ready to run. We can arrange a printed proof prior to your job being run that you can collect or we can send to you, at an additional cost.
I need to get my ideas designed, how should I do this?
Inhouse Express offer design services so you can get your job completed as fast as possible. Please contact one of our designers to arrange an appointment to discuss your needs, or email through your ideas and we can put together a rough estimate. Please browse our portfolio on our services page.
Inhouse has been a critical partner to us for 8 years. The creative design and printing of materials has been fundamental to our services – our clients are often commenting on the quality of our materials. The credit for this positive impression of our brand goes to Inhouse.
Inhouse have been our trusted supplier for business cards and other printing needs for over 3 years now and have always provided great service and a quick turnaround which has helped us very much especially in case of urgent needs.
I would like to thank your team for your professional and amazing printing you were able to turn around for me in 24hrs. I will definitely be using your company for all my future printing requirements. Thank you again for such a great job.