Kenwel Printers

4272 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH 43214

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Weekly Office Hours

Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Phone 614.261.1011
Fax 614.268.3299

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FAQs: Sales & Operations

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Sales & Operations

How do I get an estimate for my printing project?

There are two ways to request a quote for your printing project:

  • You may speak with one of our sales staff during normal business hours, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, by calling our central phone number: 614.261.1011. A discussion is usually a good starting point for determining if an in-person meeting may be helpful.
  • You may access our new Request a Quote form online. Please be as thorough as possible when completing the form; required fields are identified. Our sales staff will contact you with a cost for your project as soon as possible.
How long does it take for a project to be completed?

This is entirely dependent on the size of the job, the quantity and the process.  We do provide a rush service if you have an urgent deadline.

What types of payment do you accept?

We accept payment by cash, check or money order payable to Kenwel Printers, Inc.  You may also pay in our office or by phone using your VISA or MasterCard.

Do you provide delivery? Can you ship?

We typically provide free delivery within a 25 mile radius of our office in the Central Ohio area. Standard and customary delivery charges are assessed outside of this area.

We can and do ship outside of the city or state. We work frequently with UPS, USPS and FedEx services for fast and trackable delivery processing.

What services do you provide?

We offer color digital printing, two- and four-color offset printing, mail and fulfillment services, variable data processing and printing services, custom envelope printing on high-speed presses, design and graphic preparation services, file storage and manipulation, a full-service bindery, and much more. We have a wide network of resources that we work regularly with to extend our in-house capabilities and help our customers as much as possible.

What products do you print? Not print?

We print a variety of products including but not limited to newsletters, brochures, custom posters and marketing materials, folders, business and personal stationery, books/booklets and catalogs, magazines, paperback and perfect bound books. We work with local partners to print T-shirts and novelty items such as mugs, mousepads, keychains and items of this nature.

We do not print fiduciary documents such as checks. These have safety regulations and must be printed by specialists in this field.

Do you print invitations?

We have the capability and capacity to print all elements of an invitation package. We have print designers on staff in our prepress department who can help you with font, color, paper and design selections to make your invitation as special as the event.

Is there a minimum order quantity required to work with your company?

There is no minimum order quantity. We have worked on projects for both large- and small-sized companies and those in between. There are certain quantity limitations that make digital color printing over offset printing, and vice versa, more economically advantageous to you. Helping you get the best quality at the lowest cost will be part of our goal.

Can you provide me with referrals of current clients?

We can provide a list of both large-, medium- and small-sized companies that print regularly with Kenwel. Please contact us for a meeting so that we may talk.



Prepress Help Center

Mistakes in layout and design account for 80% of prepress costs when a file goes to a commercial print shop. A graphic designer can easily improve the odds by knowing the best design practices to avoid these errors. Designing for Print is a blog that gives you our best prepress tips by topic.

We’ve developed a set of Design Templates to share our knowledge and assistance with our current and prospective customers. These Design Templates provide how-to guidance for common digital projects and they frequently provide a downloadable PDF template that you can incorporate as a layer in your design to help you with page layout.

Our Goal is to Exceed Your Expectations.

Serving the Central Ohio Community with Printing Expertise Since 1952.