I want around a dozen shirts, How much will that cost me?
Before we can give you a quote there is a few things we need to know.
First is what type of shirt you prefer. Then there is what is going on the shirt. The placement
of your design, color of the shirt, what sizes, and how many colors there are in your design.
How will I know what my shirts will look like?
Before we process your order, we will send you an e-approval for your review. When you
receive it you will need to check for spelling, numbers, etc. for accuracy. We will put the design
on a computer generated shirt like the ones in our Gallery. After you send
a confirmation e-mail, any revisions, and payment, your order will be processed.
If you have any revisions, we will submit a new approval for you review.
How can I pay for my order?
We accept Visa MasterCard American Express Discover Checks.
Will there be any unexpected charges I wasn't planning on?
There is no "Hidden Charges". When we send you an approval form it will have your total cost.
What if I'm not happy with my order?
If for any reason you are not satisfied, please contact us. We will work with you to correct an issue,
replace your order, or issue a refund. We will work hard to resolve any issues to ensure a happy customer.
Do you offer FREE art work like some other sites I've seen?
WE do offer free art work in most cases. There will be an art charge only on a complex design, or in the case you might
ask us to just design something for your event or some type of logo without anything to go by. Our art charge
would be $25.00 per hour. But 99% of the time we have had no need to have to charge for art.
Do you actually print the shirts or is it an iron on?
Yes, we actually screen print your design on your garment. At this time we do not do what is called
direct to garment printing. Which is a process where an ink jet type printer uses special dye to apply colors directly
to the garment. This is a feasable option for someone wanting less than 12 shirts. However, Screen printing your design will
outlast the garment. As far as an iron on, these are what we call transfers. There are companys that do this as well. There is a lot
of shirts you see in the stores that this technique was used. Transfers tend to peel off the shirt over time. This is a viable option
if the shirt will be worn a limited amount.
How do I send you my design or logo?
JPEG, GIF, TIF, PNG, CDR, BMP, Adobe photoshop. If the file you have is different, send it and we will
try to convert it to a usable format. The higher the resolution of your design, results in the better finished product.
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about our services contact us.
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