Brochure printing UK
Printed brochures are still one of the most popular and effective ways to get your message, brand, products and services into the marketplace.
We offer a range of brochure printing in various formats including:
- saddle stitch
- staple binding
- loop binding
- spiral binding
If you are unsure what type of printing is right for you, check out our blog which discusses the difference between brochure printing and leaflet printing to see which would best suit your needs.
We have been very proud of the relationships with have established with our long-term clients and always aim to meet any of their requirements for quick and efficient brochure printing in London and throughout the UK.
Types of brochure printing
There are many reasons still to print brochures and if you are running to a tight deadline, we have the ability to turn projects around very quickly which is vital for annual report printing and other corporate requirements. You can be assured that we can help you meet your target on time and efficiently.
Other brochures we can print include property brochures, product brochures and catalogues, company handbooks and seminar documentation and you can see examples of our printed travel brochures here.
Your brochure front cover
Deciding on the cover of your brochure is one of the most important decisions you will make with regards to your brochure and it is the best money you will spend. The cover represents your brand or document and the reader will make a split second judgement on you or your company so an enticing cover, will encourage them to continue reading.
We can print elements such as:
- spot UV varnish,
- die cutting and
- foil blocking
or a clever use of any one of (or combination of) will ensure your brochure makes a statement.
If you are concerned about how to prepare artwork for a UV finish, you can read our blog or feel free to contact us.
Types of binding
There are various types of ways to bind your brochure. From bound booklets, staples booklets to Saddle stitched reports. Some companies prefer wire bound or spiral bound reports especially on training manuals where the booklet or brochure needs to be durable and long-lasting. If you want to impress your potential clients, we are able to print brochures as books with a hardcover that makes a lasting impact.
Brochure printing sizes
Whatever your requirement, whether you need a 6 page A4 brochure for a takeaway menu or for marketing material or product guides, PrintHouse we will have a solution that suits your application. We will create a great looking brochure for more or less any budget. We will guide you through your options; everything from ensuring you have chosen an optimum page size/count to make sure you are opting for a paper that will best compliment the print going down. From A4 annual reports to brochures to A5 A6 DL we offer small and larger print runs.
Fast brochure printing
Latest technology printing presses ensure we are not only able to meet very tight deadlines, but also provide the very best quality finished report and accounts to present to your shareholders.
And perhaps, most importantly of all, we have all the reprographics here under one roof meaning that proofing can be supplied rapidly and even those last minute corrections can be swiftly applied.
Environmentally friendly printing
We also offer environmentally friendly printing. So you can offset your carbon footprint at no cost to yourself. Therefore your Annual Report can be eco-friendly; using materials sourced from well-managed resources (FSC) and with print using only vegetable-based inks, your green credentials are enhanced at no extra cost to you!
Brochure Printing Tips
Firstly brochures are very visual and tactile forms of marketing so it is important to use a good quality stock in your brochure with a quality finish to ensure it feels good to touch.
Secondly, the images need to be high quality and crisp so it is important to make sure the photos and images used are high enough quality for print. Since many of us source images for web nowadays we often forget that printed images need to be a much higher dpi to look good.
Thirdly it is important to make sure your colours match and that you have a set of brand guidelines for your brand to give the designer before they design your brochure.
Think about what you are printing. If it is an annual report then lots of text and graphs are adequate but if it is a sales tool then less is more when it comes to text so make sure the brochure is not too text heavy.
Finally, if the document is a sales tool, make sure you include your contact details so the potential client knows who to contact to buy your goods and services. For more information on how to design and print a great looking corporate brochure, see our blog post.