We offer a large variety of printed goods. Below is a list of many of our products and a description.
• Announcement Cards
• Business Cards
• Door Hangers
• Event Tickets
• Flyers and Brochures
• Greeting Cards
• Multi-Page Booklets
• NCR Forms
• Plastic Cards
• Presentation Folders
• Roll Labels
• Sell Sheets
• Table Tent Cards
• Tear Off Cards
• Trading Cards
• Web Design
Offset printing is the technique used to transfer an inked image from a plate to a rubber blanket, and then onto the printing surface. It ensures high-quality output for large quantities. It is the method used for bulk printing orders such as brochures, flyers, posters, postcards, and business cards.
Sign printing is for larger format displays such as banners, window clings, yard signs, plastic signs, flags, and magnets. The sign you print will depend on the material and the size.
Combine width and length specs that will garner attention at a glance. Widths start from 2” up to 26”. Heights also go from 2” to as tall as 18”.
Print on sturdy paper or cardstock to showcase the reliability or luxury of your brand. Promoting a new product line or a store opening to a bigger audience? Let customers feel they can trust your company with thick paper or cardstock. Coat paper with elegant matte or gloss finishes highlighting the premium quality of your items. Below are the sturdiest options available for paper and cardstock:
80 lb. paper has a similar feel to a magazine cover. It’s slightly thicker than standard paper and comes in gloss or matte coating to protect the surface.
100 lb. paper is a little thicker than most magazine covers but a little thinner than cardstock. Recommended for brochures, flyers, and other promotions customers can keep on hand.
14 pt. cardstock is the standard material used for business cards. It can withstand multiple handling and comes in coatings that protect it from fingerprints.
16 pt. cardstock is slightly thicker than the 14 pt. Recommended for business cards or other promotional tools handed out to VIP clients. It gives them the impression you value their business, while also putting your best “face” forward in introducing yourself.
Print a set of cut-to-size stickers or labels to display indoors or outdoor.
Signs come in the following materials, depending on how they’re displayed:
For paper signs: semi or high gloss that suit temporary displays in frames or inside the store.
Vinyl in standard 13 oz., 15 oz, or 18 oz. Mesh that lasts outdoors. The mesh is built to withstand wind, while the 13, 15, and 18oz. last years on display outside.
Static cling or perforated adhesive vinyl for window clings. The removable structure makes it perfect for temporary signs and for reapplying in other areas.
Magnetic stock for placing on your car while it’s making deliveries.
Canvas for high-resolution photos or artwork displays.
Adhesive fabric for displays on walls and other interiors.