We operate to the highest standards in door
to door leaflet distribution.
When carrying out all of our services we provide a quality service of which we are
proud and to which many of our customers will testify.
makes us different?
We are not limited by boundaries or postcodes, or volume or any other inconvenient
rules. You choose where you want your material delivered, right down to street level if you wish! Don't waste your expensive
marketing leaflets and flyers by delivering them to half a postcode you know just won't want your product - we will stop
delivering at boundaries you choose - not us!
As a professional delivery company
it is normal practice for our staff to adhere to our delivery ethics when carrying out door to door distribution. As
part of this standard our staff follow these basic rules of distribution:-
- Use designated footpaths only and not cross gardens or climb over fences or walls
- Gates are closed after delivery/or left in the manner that they are found
- Copies are not left sticking out of the letter box
are not left in a collective bundle, for example at a tenement block, but delivered to individual homes within a building
- Copies are never left outside or at the foot of stairs/tenements/flats/apartment
- No copies are ever ‘dumped’ except in
the proper manner and with the consent of the Customer
are not left with a resident to deliver to his/her neighbours
Distribution Unlimited will maintain communication
with you and confirm which areas have been completed, and in cases of a long term distribution advise forthcoming schedule
for delivery of your publication, through to completion of distribution.
When carrying out deliveries, it is inevitable that there will be some instances
of non-delivery. This ranges from resident refusal, to being unable to gain access to premises due to security systems
and such like. Whilst delivering, should we come across a property which we are unable to access we record it as a non-delivery.
For critical distributions we would then revisit these properties up to 3 times to attempt to re-deliver the publication.