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Roofing Postcards Template: 599033

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Printed 2 sides
14 Pt. Cardboard (5.5 x 8.5)
No Extra Coating (Included)
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Printed 1 side (Included)
High Gloss Uv 1 side (shiny) *Most Popular
High Gloss Uv 2 sides (shiny)
Mail to my list. (USA Only) min. 250
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When you’re planning a roofing project, a good way to get your imagination going is to bring the whole concept to life with roofing postcards. It doesn’t matter if your roof is flat or pitched, or what sort of roof you have – you can use a postcard to really bring your ideas to life and make them as unique as possible. If you’ve got an interior designer on board, she or he can even help you come up with the best design and most appropriate message for the roofing postcard that you choose. Whatever the case may be, you’re going to find that it’s easier than ever to create a truly unique postcard for your roofing project. Here’s a look at the things you can do to make yours stand out from the rest:

Take advantage of roofing postcards that are designed to be landscape oriented. These will include postcard designs such as those that feature farm scenes and other country scenes. Choose a design that captures your particular idea about what you want your home or business to convey to its customers – and remember that what might look good on paper may not necessarily go over well in real life. After all, real-world situations will be unique and your roofing postcards need to be adaptable.

Give consumers a call before printing any roofing postcards. This way you can be sure you’ve included everything they will need as well as addressing their questions and concerns. Be sure to include a few lines regarding delivery and postage fees. This makes your message clear and leaves a positive impression. It also gives the consumer a chance to ask any questions they may have. If a problem arises, it’s easier to handle when you’re already on the phone with a person on your team.