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Frequently Asked Questions
How much do you charge?
We do not charge an hourly rate, but offer a fixed price for each service. Our design and artwork costs are available on request.
We offer a reduced rate for registered charities and voluntary organisations.
We reserve the right to charge an increased fee – known as a "rush fee" – if we are asked to complete a job urgently within standard turnaround times, or out of normal working hours.
Based on our experience, we believe our costs are competitive and provide real value for money.
How long does it take to complete each job?
Our turnarounds will depend on the job. However, we generally aim to complete each job within five-10 days of the quotation being accepted, dependent on all imagery and text being supplied – see below. This period may increase if we have been asked to complete a larger-scale project but, whatever the case, turnaround times will be agreed at the outset. We will NOT let you down on a deadline!
Do you print items?
We are not a printer or a print-broker, and only print artwork we design for you. However, we have excellent contacts with printers across the industry – both locally and nationally – and can source competitive prices which can be included in the final cost of your job. We will then manage the entire process for you – from design to print to final delivery.
How can we pay you?
We can be paid in cash, cheque or by BACS. Full details are available on request. We ask for a 50% deposit to be paid on each job, with the balance paid on final delivery. Printed materials must be paid for in full before being sent to the printers. We do not currently charge VAT on our services.
Why are you called Brandal?
According to the Urban Dictionary, 'brandalism' is the 'creeping corporatisation of schools, libraries and other public buildings, which are gradually being daubed with company logos and slogans. Coined by graffiti artist Banksy'.
Well, we might as well be honest about it ...
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