To learn more about our specialist decorating services in
the South, get in touch with our friendly team today.
We are extremely pleased with the quality and level of service we receive from Marquee Print; it is lovely to be able to use a local business for all our marketing needs, it adds that personal touch to our projects.Karen - United Taxis
We’ve been using Marquee Print for over 20 years and that speaks volumes! From design and quality to the consistently excellent service, we're delighted with the all the print they produce for us.Helen – Forum Jewellers
Efficient, helpful and highly professional is the best way to describe Marquee Print. They are always engaged and driven to get whatever project you need printed in sufficient time, and with phenomenal results.Christopher Roan, Publications Manager – Evolution Fasteners
We are keen to use local suppliers to provide a local service. The team at Marquee have always exceeded our expectations and demands with all our printed material. I can be fussy and like to have everything in line with the images in my head; this team get it right every time. I highly recommend.Andy, Manager - Express Hire & Express Gases
I have used Marquee Print for many years and have always found them to be professional and dedicated. Martin and Pauline are attentive, focused and on our organisational priorities and are extremely patient with all my last minute changes.Michelle Lewis – BCHA
We have worked with Marquee Print for many years and it’s more than just print with Martin and the team. They care about each of our projects like it was their own and attention to detail is second to none. They are always on the end of the phone and happy to spend time talking through projects with us and recommending the best materials at the best price.Jadie, Marketing Manager – Hunt’s Food Service
Many ways to present your work.
Similar to a paperback book. We apply a soft card cover to the internal sheets and glue the cover and sheets together to make a professional and highly attractive permanent binding.
A metal comb is pressed together to form a semi-permanent binding, used frequently for calendars etc.
A plastic one piece spiral is passed through the sheets. Ideal for books which have to lay flat to give a strong reliable finish.
Another plastic binding – inexpensive and an ideal method to bind a larger number of sheets.
We can staple up to 100 sheets together, followed by taping the spine to hide the heavy weight staples – ideal for permanent records.
Hot Melt Glue
An attractive technique to bind a small number of sheets by inserting them into plastic or card folded sleeves. A heat set glue in the spine is released to bind the sheets to the spine.
A stiff hardback cover encompasses your sheets and pressure is applied to bind the sheets to the cover.
Drill or Treasury Tag
An “old school” system of binding, sometimes a large number of sheets together, normally at the top left. Semi-permanent and relatively inexpensive.
A brass or steel ring (eyelet) is inserted and used as a reinforcement for a card or plastic to stop any tearing of the item.