Brochures

Brochures

  • Choose from many fold options 
  • Print on one side or both sides
  • Made with glossy paper and text
Hardcover Books
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Hardcover Books

  • Create custom books for stories, poetry, guides, etc.
  • Different sizes available
  • Print on gloss or uncoated paper
Perfect Bound Booklets

Perfect Bound Booklets

  • Make your own custom books on recipes, how-to guides, etc.
  • Different sizes available
  • Print on gloss or uncoated paper
Short Run Booklets

Short Run Booklets

  • Make recipes, how-to guides, etc.
  • Different sizes available
  • Print on gloss or uncoated paper
Bulk Booklets

Bulk Booklets

  • Order up to 10,000 booklets
  • Saddle-stitched binding
  • Binding done on the left side
Disposable Menus

Disposable Menus

  • Print on one side or both sides
  • Made with glossy paper and text
Flyers

Flyers

  • Print on one side or both sides
  • Made with glossy paper and text
Short Run Catalogs

Short Run Catalogs

  • Budget marketing tool
  • Display collections, menus, and more
  • Print up to 40 pages front and back

Printleaf is the premier choice for business brochure printing in NYC. Business Brochures are a popular format for sharing detailed information in a highly presentable way. They are usually colorful and folded, so they are an efficient format for providing information about your company, its products, and its services.

Our job is to make it easy for you to experience high-quality printing in NYC. We perfected our printing techniques to ensure your brochures look beautiful. We have been in the brochure printing business in NYC for many years and know what it takes to get the job done at the highest standards.  

Common U.S. Sizes (Flat / Open)

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

Common European Sizes (Flat / Open)

  • A5 (5.8" x 8.3)
  • A4 (8.3" x 11.7")
  • A3 (11.7" x 16.5")

Brochures:

The most common options for brochure printing in NYC are 5.5" x 8.5" and 8.5" x 11" (flat size) before folding on 100# Gloss Text paper.

Almost always, brochures are printed full color on both sides (4/4) and are coated AQ 2 sides. The most common folds are Tri-Folds, Z-Folds, and Half-Folds. Tri-Folds and Z-Folds give you 6 panels to display your information. Half-Folds give you 4 panels.

Flyers:

The most common order options are 5.5" x 8.5" and 8.5" x 11" with no folding on 100# Gloss Text paper. Flyers are typically printed in full color on one or both sides (4/4, 4/0) and are coated AQ 2 sides. Flyers are flat (not folded).

Where do you turn when you’re pulling an all-nighter at the office, only to realize you need a last-minute poster printed for your client presentation tomorrow? These formerly high-stress situations are no sweat once you’ve found Printleaf, NYC’s premier printing agency that offers high quality, 24-hour digital printing NYC services. No matter what you’re looking for, whether it be digital photo printing, posters, large banners, or even just business cards, our presses never stop running. You can print what you need when you need it!

Brochure with half-fold.

Half Fold Brochure

Brochure with tri-fold.

Tri Fold Brochure

Brochure with z-fold.

Z Fold Brochure

Brochure with double parallel fold.

Double Parallel Fold Brochure

Brochure with roll-fold.

Roll Fold Brochure

Brochure with accordion-fold.

Accordion Fold Brochure

Brochures are a classic marketing weapon for a reason. They are an efficient way of getting valuable marketing messages in both images and text directly into the hands of potential customers. Brochures allow customers to quickly get a feel for products or services, while also finding answers to many of their initial questions. Brochures are great to include in a sales kit or pass out in high-traffic areas.

Offset lithography is the most common high volume commercial printing technology. In offset printing, the desired print image is burned onto a plate and is then transferred (or offset) from the plate to a rubber blanket, and then to the printing surface. The lithographic process is based on the repulsion of oil and water. The image to be printed gets ink from ink rollers, while the nonprinting area attracts a film of water, keeping the nonprinting areas ink-free.

Consider adding a QR code to your design to link directly to additional online information. This can be a great way to provide more detail than you would want to cram onto your Brochures. Since a QR code can link to an online message, you can change the online message without the need to reprint the QR code.

Multiple page brochures are also known as booklets. They are also printed full color digitally or offset depending on the quantity. If you are interested in booklets please visit our booklet printing page. Our booklets are described as short run and bulk booklets due to the different volumes that our clients purchase, each with different purposes. 

There are several ways to print a brochure. Our recommendation is to go with a local printer or a commercial brochure printing company that has the capabilities to print rush digital offset with bleeds. This will ensure that you will have a professional brochure print.

Printleaf is one of the top-ranked printing shops that has been servicing the business community in New York City for many years. We stand behind our products and services and offer top-notch customer service.

Looking to mail your brochures, as us about direct mail options. We work with the United States Postal Office to deliver to message to your future prospects. You will need to prepare an excel list or CSV list of names, and addresses of where your brochures will be mailed. Give us a call or send an email and we can send over a template to help you get started.

Flyer are similar to brochures as they can be printed full color. The same paper stocks are available, but they are usually not folded. They are intended to serve as sales sheets and provide information about a business or a service. Great for marketing materials and trade show materials.

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