Designing a construction flyer always begins with a plan. Come up with a vision in your head of what your finished flyer will look like, then gather all the necessary materials, such as your logo, photos of past projects, and client testimonials. You should also have a solid understanding of your branding strategy and the goal of your flyer. With all that in mind/hand, browse our catalog of construction flyer templates to find the one that fits the bill. Depending on your specialty, you may want to drill down a bit. Our Flooring flyer templates keep the focus underfoot, while our Roofing flyer templates reach for the sky. The HVAC flyer templates in our catalog are cool as a cucumber and our Plumbing flyer templates don’t charge overtime. The Home Inspection flyer templates we offer are fully approved and ready to design or you can always build your own from the ground up with our Blank or Generic flyer templates. Once you’ve made it through the template selection process, employ the tools in our online editor to apply your custom color scheme, insert photos, and customize the text. Swap the sample template logo for your own and use our text box tools to feature testimonials from satisfied clients. Change the font style, size, and color easily and insert arrows, shapes, icons, and more with just a few clicks. Once you’ve given the project a final inspection, you’re ready to print!
When creating your construction flyer, you should have a distinct call to action (CTA) in mind. What do you want the reader to do? For most flyers, your CTA will be that they should call you for help with their next construction project. All the things you include in your flyer should support that CTA. Your business name and logo are no-brainers, along with any applicable licensing information. Your heading should be clear and powerful, directing the reader to your goal. Photos of past projects can also support your case, as can client testimonials, especially if your work isn’t easily photographed. Let potential clients know if you offer free estimates, along with any other specials you have, to give them a reason to choose you. Share your hours and contact information, including your website and any social media handles, so that the reader can easily act on your CTA.