As a contractor, your focus is doing a great job servicing your customers. Whether you're presenting a bid for a kitchen remodel, an estimate for a roofing repair, or a quote for an HVAC installation, you want to present yourself and your company in a professional, memorable manner. Below are some samples of custom products from Warwick that contractors have used to build their brand, and grow their business.
A roofing contractor wanted a professional way to present bids to his customers that would include his company branding and contact info.
Contractor's logo and company contact info printed in the front center of the folder. The company website and social media links were also printed inside the folder with the text, "Would you refer us to your family and friends?" Logo and artwork was provided by the customer.
The contractor presented the bid folder to his clients in person after the initial inspection was complete. The folders contained a printed summary of work to be completed along with a bid for the project, and a FAQ sheet about the roofing repair process and info about working with insurance companies.
This contractor benefitted from unified, memorable branding across the board and saw increased business, and more word of mouth and social media referrals from his new professional branding.
A general contracting company was looking for a fun way to provide "before and after" photos to their clients after a remodeling project was complete.
#DSP46 | Double Sided Portrait Folder 4 x 6 in.
The general contractor personalized their double portrait folders by foil stamping their company logo on the front, under the words "Thank You for Your Business". Included inside were before and after photos of the completed project in the customer's home.
Before the start and also at project's completion, the contractor on site takes a photograph of the area being rennovated, and has the photos printed for insertion in the photo folder. The photo folder with befpre and after shots is mailed to the customer as a "thank you" gift. Included in the folder is a note asking customers to "Like" the company's Facebook page, and to also "share" their project photos with their friends.
Customers loved the personal touch of the before and after photos, and also took to social media to share them with others, which spread the online reach of the contracting company's social media efforts in an organic, creative, and low cost way.