High-Quality Brochures Printed in No Time
Brochure printing is an affordable but effective promotional strategy for both small and big businesses. Brochures are an effective way to communicate your business strengths and provide necessary information to your potential customers. Brochures are ideal for sales sheets, menus, product offerings and more.
Use Folding to Break Down or Highlight Information
We have tons of folding options, but have only thus far added the options below for online orders. If you require a different folding option, just message us and we will send you a quote (chances are the pricing is the same as our other folding options). Customers will breeze through your material once you print brochures in the size and fold. All the sizes we mention below and on the calculator measure the brochure before folding.
|Half Fold / Single Fold
This fold divides your paper into two panels or two equal halves. Use this to list down your company’s product or service information. The smallest popular size before folding is 8.5”x 11″ and the largest is at 11” x 17”.
The smallest most popular size before folding is at 8.5” x 11”. The biggest size available for brochure printing is at 11” x 25.5”.
|Trifold / Letterfold
The most popular and versatile brochure fold is divided into three panels. They are ideal for marketing presentations that need to reveal information in a sequence.
What is the difference between flat size and folded size? Flat size refers to the brochure before folding. As its name indicates, the folded size is how the brochure measures after folding.
What are the best uses for the 100 lb. Text, and 100 lb. Cover?
100lb. Text is a thick, premium coated paper with greater durability. The brochure is more likely to have less creases and no tears even after being stored in the receiver’s bag.
100lb. Cover is the thickest cardstock and material available. It is recommended for those who want a premium finish and high-end look to their brochure.
What does “printing turnaround” mean? “Printing turnaround” is the number of days required to produce your order. It does not include shipping transit time, weekends and holidays.
Printing turnaround starts once a print-ready file has been uploaded to a paid order. If you have requested a PDF or hard-copy proof, turnaround will begin once you have approved the proof.