Large format prints for $1? Brian Burke has found his niche.
“Time is money, especially in the world of construction,” says Brian Burke, owner of Plans4Less.com (www.Plans4Less.com). “The faster architects, engineers, contractors and real estate people can turn digital project specification documents into large format prints, the sooner their team can review and complete RFP’s and submit their bids. Every day we’re helping our clients meet deadlines, enabling them to submit bids on time and win contracts. We save them time, money and anxiety – while helping their bottom line.”
Burke, with 20 years of experience in the reprographics and printing business, pledges to provide clients with the lowest prices and fastest turnaround in the industry. “On pricing, we’ve turned back the clock to 1980,” smiles Burke, “but on technology, we’re firmly focused on tomorrow.” Plans4Less.com accepts documents in industry standard .tif, .pdf and .dwf files. As an inducement, for a limited time anyone who places an order via email to email@example.com will receive the first four prints in any standard large format size for free.
Burke, who has already signed up print partners across the country, has talked to owners of firms who are either contemplating or already have invested in costly large-format printers. “No need to spend thousands on a printer when you have Plans4Less.com. Think of us as part of your team, delivering the next day if orders arrive by 4 pm (ET).”Burke says Plans4less.com provides quality black and white or color large format plans at one fixed rate of $1 per sheet — no processing fee, monthly service charge, or minimum order requirements. Also, there are no same-day service or rush charges. Next-day ground delivery rates apply.
Plans4Less.com ships direct to the client’s office or construction jobsite. The fixed rate is for standard architectural and engineering sizes: 36 x 48”, 30 x 42” and 24 x 36.” Big box stores are charging $ 3.00 – $4.00 per plan for the same service. We offer a savings of 300%. It’s a no-brainer.
“Our clients are often under tremendous pressure to meet their deadlines,” says Burke. “They can count on us to deliver as promised. We’re as close as your smart phone, computer or tablet. When you get a new issue, an update, bulletin or revisions, simply forward it to us. You’ll have your plans the next day.” Large files can be easily uploaded to www.Plans4Less.com.