24 pieces for screen printing and 48 for embroidery.
Yes. We can meet any deadline. Orders needed faster than our regular turnaround time may incur a rush charge.
Price is determined by Color, Quantity, and Style mainly. There are many different factors actually determine price.
We do not recommend the customer picking his or her own order. Our business is not a storefront but a production facility and is not set up as a retail environment.
Artwork specs can be viewed on the artwork tab located at the top of each page.
All orders will be sent a proof of what each order contains, including visual, size and quantity.
Orders placed outside of Oklahoma will not pay sales tax. Churches, schools and other tax deferred businesses in Oklahoma will not pay sales tax.
Yes. Our art department will go over each design with the customer via email. To see an actual printed sample will incur Set-Up, Art and Shipping Charges.
Yes, but to see an actual printed sample will incur Set-Up, Art and Shipping Charges.
No you do not own the Screens. The Screens are hard wooden or metal frames used by H&A to produce product. The actual screens are recycled over and over again for different jobs.
Yes. If you wish to receive a copy of your digitized design arrangements will be made to email it to you. This is a very good option. If we were to lose it for any reason you would still have a copy. This same file could be used elsewhere as well.
Yes. An emailed proof will be emailed to you before production for you to approve.
It varies per product. T-Shirts usually $1.50 more per XXL and $2.50 for XXXL
Yes. You can order any quantity over 24 pieces and any color.
Yes, but there is a $10.00 Color Change Charge per design. It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to change ink colors for each screen per design.
50/50 shirts on the most part will not shrink. All of our 100% cotton garments are Factory Pre-Shrunk. Our years of experience have shown us that the 100% will shrink just a little bit and to take this into consideration when ordering.
Not for a long, long time. Washed correctly and kept from being left in the sun for days will protect any garment. But over years everything fades.
It will not wash off. But depending on the process used a little fading may occur. If your shirts are printed using process inks they will fade slightly sooner than opaque plastisol inks. Proper care and washing will keep your shirts in excellent condition for years.
Your printed T-Shirt will last a long time. Over the period of years the ink will crinkle or crack a little. This is natural. All T-shirts do this.