Ask for Referrals

Chances are at least one of your family, friends, neighbours or any other acquaintance has had experience doing business with a picture framing shop. Thus, before you go online and start searching on Google, you may want to first consider talking to them. Ask them about the shop where they had their frames done, as well as the fee that the shop charged them for the service. More importantly though, ask them about their overall experience with the service provider. How was the customer service? Were they accommodating or did just see you as another client? What about the craftsmanship? Did it look great in the end? What materials did they use for the frame? Was the glass good? These are just some of the many questions that you could ask them, the answers of which can be really helpful when it comes to choosing a picture framing shop.
If they are unable to point to a shop, or have no one else to turn to, then that’s when you go online and look for online picture framing services. There are several of such businesses online, and search engines like Google can give you thousands of options to choose from. However, you should only consider those that are working within your area or least can provide the service Australia wide. Be sure to check their testimonials as well in order to get a glimpse of what other previous customers are saying about this particular framing business.

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