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The Value of High Quality, High Impact Brochures, Booklets and Marketing Materials that Enhances the Brand for Your Business or Organization

Brochure printing is an effective way to describe and show off your business’ products and services while positioning your brand at the same time. Why? Because your audience has a physical representation of your company that they can take home with them. Not only do high-quality brochures outline and explain a business’ products and services, but also reach very specialized audiences in a way that no other marketing materials can. No matter your company, your goals, or your needs, a well-designed brochure goes a long way to inform your audience and leave an impression.

Common Brochure Sizes

Brochures come in all shapes and sizes. There are many standardized sizes and materials, but our project managers and graphic teams can design a brochure any way you want to help you achieve your goals. Some of our standard sizes include:

  • 8.5" x 11"
  • 8.5" x 14"
  • 5.5" x 8.5"
  • 9" x 12"
  • 11" x 17"
  • 11" x 25.5"

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I worked with Nicole Gray on a rack card for Christ Church, Port Republic, MD Nicole quickly and efficiently responded to all requests and changes. The rack card was completed and shipped in just over a week and that included sharing the rack card with the church committee members for approval. It was a pleasure to work with Nicole and Heritage Printing, Signs, and Displays. I highly recommend them!

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A Plethora of Folding Options for Your Brochures

Your brochures can be folded in a variety of ways as well, including:

  • Half-fold
  • Trifold
  • Z-fold
  • Gatefold
  • Double gatefold
  • Double parallel fold
  • Roll fold

No matter the options that you choose for your custom brochures, our team offers pre-press designs and PDF proofs of the final design before they ever go to print, saving valuable materials until your brochure is exactly the way you want it!

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Heritage Signs & Displays Specializes in High-Quality Brochure Printing and Commercial Printing

Heritage Signs & Displays is a local commercial printing company that prints colorful, high-resolution brochures for many professional organizations, businesses, venues, and events. We’re dedicated to helping your company make an impactful first impression, which is why we’re certain our quality brochure printing services will give your marketing department an edge over the competition. Our printing company is veteran-owned and operated. We can create a wide range of brochures on a variety of paper types and dimensions. We offer comprehensive design services as well as expedited services for sudden needs and last-minute events. We produce custom brochures using advanced methods, the latest technology, and the finest materials. Our goal is to deliver the same commitment to outstanding quality with every job we do.

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Understanding the Brochure Printing Process

When you reach out to us wanting to create custom brochures, one of our friendly project managers will guide you through every step. We’ll assess your needs, your timeline, your budget, and any additional products or services you may want so we can put together the most accurate quote. Our team of printers works hard to remove the stress from the printing process to produce brochures that achieve your business goals. We make it our priority that every product we create establishes an unforgettable connection with your target audience and that you are overjoyed with the results.

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Brochure Printing FAQs

Glossy Paper: Glossy paper has a shiny finish due to its coated surface. This type of paper is perfect for showcasing vibrant colors and high-quality images. It also has a smooth texture which makes it ideal for brochures with lots of graphics and images.

Matte Paper: Matte paper has a non-reflective finish, giving it a more subtle and elegant look compared to glossy paper. It is suitable for brochures with minimal design elements and focuses more on text.

Recycled Paper: For businesses who want to showcase their commitment to sustainability, using recycled paper for brochure printing is an excellent choice. Recycled paper has a slightly rougher texture but can still produce high-quality prints. It also adds a unique and eco-friendly touch to your marketing material.

Saddle Stitching: Saddle stitching is the most popular and cost-effective method of binding for brochures. The pages of the brochure are folded and stapled along the spine, creating a neat and compact finish. This binding method is suitable for brochures with fewer pages, typically up to 64 pages.

Perfect Binding: Perfect binding involves gluing the pages of the brochure to a cover, creating a flat spine. It is commonly used for thicker brochures with more than 64 pages and provides a professional and polished look.

Wire-O Binding: Wire-O binding is a durable and stylish option for brochures that will be used frequently or need to lay flat when opened. It involves punching holes along the spine of the brochure and securing the pages with a wire coil.

Spiral Binding: Spiral binding also uses a wire coil to hold the pages of the brochure together. However, spiral binding involves a continuous wire that is inserted through holes punched along the edge of the brochure. This method is suitable for smaller brochures with fewer pages.

The turnaround time for brochure printing can vary depending on the specific requirements of your project. Generally, it can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks for standard brochure printing. Rush orders may be available at an additional cost.

Glossy paper has a shiny finish that can make colors appear more vibrant and text easier to read. Another benefit of glossy paper is that it can add a professional and high-quality look to your brochure. However, if you prefer a more subtle finish, matte paper options are also available.

Yes! Embossing and foil stamping are popular techniques used in brochure printing to add a unique and eye-catching touch. Embossing involves pressing an image or text into the paper, creating a raised effect. Foil stamping is the process of adding metallic or colored foil to specific areas of the brochure design. Both techniques can add a luxurious and elegant touch to your brochure.

Contact Us Today to Print Your Custom Brochures

No matter your goals for brochure printing, Heritage Signs & Displays is committed to creating custom brochures that are as unique as your business and position your brand in the best possible way. Reach out to one of our project managers today by giving us a call at one of our many office locations or using our convenient online form to Get a Quote for free.

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