Graphic Design & Printing

Professional Printing Options
CMYK Printing

Business Printing

We offer a variety of graphic design options. From retouching to complete branding. We also have a very competitive price list for most printing needs.

Flyers, business cards, letterhead….etc…..can be designed by us, or we also accept your artwork, and can edit your design for any need you may have.

We recommend saving as a .PDF You may also send the file in the following types: jpg, jpeg, psd, tif, tiff, eps, ai, and png

We offer full graphic design, including logo design and branding.

Printing services include:

  • Business Cards
  • Flyers
  • Brochures
  • Rigid Signs
  • Banners
  • Postcards
  • Sell Sheets
  • Tear Offs
  • Stickers

Web Design usually requires some graphic design, and some Printed Media can be needed after a new website is built. We give fast quotations, and have extremely fast turnaround on print.

 

Printing FAQ

1. What is the difference between Matte & Gloss paper stock?

Matte stock is a coated paper that has a dull finish. It is often used to make pages easier to read that are text intensive or that contain numerical charts. Gloss stock is a coated paper with a shiny or highly reflective finish. It is most often used in 4-color printing to help full color photographs, images and graphics appear more vivid, real and appealing.

2. What is the difference between Offset & Coated paper stock?

Offset stock is uncoated paper which is most commonly used for 1-color pages in books, reports, letters and business forms. Offset stock is usually less expensive than coated stocks which are described in 1. above.

3. What is the difference between Cover Stock & Body Stock?

Cover stock is the outside page and is thicker than body stock. Body stock is the inside pages and is less thick than cover stock.

4. What are my options with 1 color printing to make a higher impact publication?

Most 1-color printing is black ink on a white stock. However, you can vary the ink cover to perhaps a blue, red or brown to create a different look. You can also print different color inks on different color papers to create an even more dramatic look.

5. What does the # mean in 70# or 80# paper stock?

It is the basis weight in pounds of a text stock type or the weight of a ream (500 sheets) of 25″ x 38″ sheets. For a cover stock type, it’s a ream of 20″ x 26″ sheets. With that in mind you now know the reason that 100# cover is heavier and thicker than 100# text stock

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