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When trying to navigate which St. Louis screen printing or embroidery company is going to offer you the very strongest overall value on your custom T-shirts, the many choices can be overwhelming. If you happen to have been searching for one on a major search engine and you are on the very first landing page, then it's pretty much a given that they're all going to have nice looking website. Here are a few things to consider before making your decision regarding which company you want to work with. Number 1 is price. We would recommend that you call at least three screen printing companies in the St. Louis area in order to receive three separate quotes. After all, how would you know if you are receiving the best quote on your T-shirts possible unless you have something to compare them to? Make sure that each company involved is quoting on exactly the same application.You might consider throwing out the most expensive and throwing out the cheapest and going with the one in the middle. Keep in mind that the least expensive option is not always the best overall value. Find out if they are willing to provide you with a virtual proof before they ever actually go to press. This extra step helps to ensure that everything is going to be spelled right and laid out correctly before you open up a box of completed product. That is not a good time to see whether or not you like them. Another thing to consider is if they actually answer their phone when you call them. If they did not, then how long did it take them to get back with you after you left a message? If they don't get back to you in a timely manner before they have your down payment, then what makes you think they're going to give you good service after they already have your money in hand? Another thing to consider is how long have they been in the custom T-shirt business. There are a lot of companies in this industry that are here today and gone tomorrow. If they are keeping your screens and telling you that they can reuse them on your next order, how is that any help when they're out of business in six months? You might ask them for some references, but that in itself can actually be worthless. Example: Let's say a company has done 20 jobs. Out of those 20 different clients, 18 of them were delivered on time and for what ever reason the other eighteen went bad,which 2 references do you think they're going to give you? These are just a few things to think about before you choose a St. Louis T-shirt company.