Frequently Asked Questions
The prices advertised in this website are for a PDF print ready file. If you require Alright Printing Ltd to help you or create the artwork for you, please get in touch with our Artwork department.
The prices shown on our website are exclusive of VAT. Some printing products are exempt of VAT. If the product that you have ordered is subject to VAT you will be contacted by our billing department. For more information about printing and VAT please visit the H&M Revenue and Customs website.
All payment are taken upfront through the Paypal option in our website or through BACS payment. For a BACS payment our Billing department will send you an e-mail with our bank account details. We do not start printing until the payment has been received.
All our prices are inclusive of delivery charges to one mainland UK address.
Our standard dispatch times are 6 working days.
If you require shorter times, these are also available through our Customer Service Team.
Our thinner papers are normally chosen due to their weight advantage as well as their price advantage. They are normally more economical for postage.
Our thicker papers have got a more up market feel which will help you with the image you are trying to transmit your customers.
We have got a lot more different specification and finishes available, advertised are only the most commonly ordered.
Other popular paper specifications are 80gsm, 115gsm, 130gsm, 150gsm, 170gsm, 200gsm, 350gsm.
We can print any run quantities to meet our customers’ demands. If the quantity you require is not advertised please get in contact with us for any other quantity quotation. We also do run on printing.
Why are your prices lower than your competitors?
Because we sell large volumes of printing products we can buy cheaper materials. Unless some of our competitors we pass on these discounts directly to our customers. This pricing policy makes our customers happy and keeps them coming back.
Is the quality of your products compromised due to the low prices?
Alright Printing Ltd is our policy to never compromise the quality of our products. When a product leaves our door it has got our name on it and we take pride in what we do.
Can I get a sample of what you do?
You certainly can, just get in contact with our Customer service team and we will send you a product sample.
Can I get a printed proof?
We strongly advise you to request a proof before we start printing. If you do not ask for a proof Alright Printing Ltd will not be help responsible for any difference between your file and the printed product.
Do you work with trade printers?
Yes, if you are a printing business and you want to outsource some of your work from us, get in touch with our customer service team for a quote.
Do you work with private customers?
Yes, we can print all quantities for all clients and still be very competitive with our prices.
Do you do Lithographic or Digital Printing?
We work with a unique blend of new and old printing techniques and we use both Litho and Digital technologies for your advantage.
Where are you based?
We have got an ever growing number of printers across the country, for mailing and invoicing please refer to our London Head Office at;
Unit 78, Solent Court, 1258 London Rd, London SW16 4EZ.
Why are your prices cheaper on-line than on the phone?
When you order on line, you use an automated ordering and payment system, which enable us to use less staff for your particular transaction. It’s our pricing policy to pass on the saving directly to our customers.
Have you got a Green Policy?
At Alright Printing Ltd we only use Recycled or Responsible Sourced papers. On regularly basis we sustain meetings about how can we continuously improve our business. Our priority number one is to offer a better value to our customers, our priority number two is to make every single operation in our business as efficient and as for the environment as possible.
Can I get a discount if I do a multiple order?
If you are ordering several products you may be entitled to a multi-purchase discount. Get in touch with our customer service team to find out more.
What do the paper sizes mean and which one is best for me?
These are the corresponding measurement for every paper type;
A7 = 74 x 105 mm | A6 = 99 x 148 mm | DL = 150 x 210 mm | A5 = 148 x 210 mm | A4 = 210 x 297 mm | A3 = 297 x 420 mm.
The size A3 is what you commonly used for posters only, if you need a bigger poster size we can also do that for you.
A4 is the normal paper used in domestic printers and other common magazines and publications.
A5 is half an A4 and it is a size used for flyers and leaflets mainly, although it has got other applications.
A6 is half a A5 size. This format is popular with promotional flyers, appointment cards and small promotional printed material.
DL is a size A6 with 50% more with, again very popular with flyers and leaflets.
A7 is half an A6 size and apart from being very economical is used for promotional and discount cards.
The smaller the size the more economical will printing will be. On bigger sizes you can show more information with a more uncluttered feel.
If you need advise about how to make your printed promotional material work better for you, get in touch with our customer service team and we will be more than happy to help you.
Folders or booklets?
Many people doubt whether to go for folders with inserts or booklets for their promotional materials. Folders are easier to update if you need to make any variations and win the modularity contest.
Booklets are better for larger amount of information, they are easier to navigate through.
They are both great options that will give your business a mature and credible look.
How can you help my business gaining a more corporate image?
We can help you with the printing side of things that for sure. We recommend a pack of letterheads, compliment slips and business cards. We can apply a discount to you purchase if you buy them together.
We can also help you with a website and logo creation. We can help you with your marketing so you get you message across and we can even help you to translate documents.
What should I include in my business stationery?
We suggest you include in your business stationery the following; Business Name and Business legal name, your postal address, your telephone and fax numbers, your website and your e-mail addresses, your VAT number, your company registration number, the Director’s name.
What does FSC stand for? And, what is it?
It’s the Forest Stewardship Council and it is a non for profit entity dedicated to overseeing the management of the world’s forests.
Under the FCC Chain Of Custody code the wood is tracked all the way to its printed form.