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Best Printing Services in Virginia Beach, VA

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Norfolk, VA 23502 Rating

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4.0 (4)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Preferred Direct is an industry-leading commercial print, direct mail, and digital communications provider that offers services to Virginia Beach. Its printing specialties include brochures and flyers, billing and statements, and books and catalogs. It also offers direct-mail advertising and variable data printing. Preferred Direct was founded by Bill Nee Sr. in Norfolk in 1987, and the company is now in its second generation of family ownership. The firm is a HITRUST-certified, HIPAA-compliant partner to the healthcare, insurance, and finance industries nationwide.

Virginia Beach, VA 23455 Rating

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5.0 (4)
5.0 (3)
5.0 (1)

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Bizport is a printing company in Richmond, Virginia Beach, and Devil Hills that handles offset and color printing, CAD printing and construction printing, document scanning and imaging, graphic design, and tab services. A client from the aviation industry writes, “Bizport has been an integral part of Norfolk Airport Authority's support team for over five years. During that time, they have performed a multitude of printing services, including maps, posters, banners, backlit signs, and specialty cards... We are consistently pleased with Bizport's quality of work, attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines. Invoicing is thorough and accurate. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Bizport for years to come.” The company's client list includes Sports Backers, Free Agents Marketing, Harris Williams & Company, W.M. Jordan Company, Clark Nexen, and Richmond Virginia Public Schools.

Virginia Beach, VA 23454 Rating

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5.0 (3)

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Covered Image Solutions is a print shop in Virginia Beach that offers digital printing, screen printing, design and fabrication, and corporate identity branding services. The company's products include die-cut stickers, vehicle wraps, building and window wraps, vinyl decals and banners, billboards and wall murals, and illuminated signs. Some of Covered Image Solutions' clients are the New York Yankees, Wells Fargo, Ruud Allied Heating & Air Conditioning, Johnny Rockets, Yanni's Casual Greek, and the freestanding Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters. Customers can call or send an e-mail to inquire about the company's other products and services, as well as any manufacturer warranties.

Norfolk, VA 23504 Rating

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4.8 (85)

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Liskey Printing is a company in Norfolk that is a one-stop resource for individuals and organizations. Some of the company's products are corporate identity kits and annual reports, business forms and labels, newsletters and magazines, product manuals and employee handbooks, flyers and direct-mail matter, and rack cards. The company also offers a range of related services, such as typeset and layout, cutting and binding, embossing and UV coating, scoring and perforation, die cutting and foil stamping, and shrinkwrapping. Liskey Printing opened in 1956, and the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise certifies it as a small, woman, and minority-owned commercial establishment. The company's capabilities include offset, variable data, on-demand printing, as well as digital imaging. Customers can visit the website to request a customized estimate, or to place an order.

Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Rating

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5.0 (3)
5.0 (1)
5.0 (1)

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River City Graphics is a commercial printing company in Virginia Beach that has been serving clients since 1971. The company handles digital, offset, and letterpress printing, and it uses the latest equipment by brands like Xerox and Heidelberg. A client from the fashion industry says of the company, “River City Graphics is just 'The Best!' They have provided full-color catalogs, hang tags, product merchandise cards, and basic business stationery to us for more than ten years. I go [into the shop] with a printing dilemma and come out with a solution. They think outside the box and take time the time needed to find answers. Quality is excellent, service can't be beaten. And best yet, they are local!” The River City Graphics client list includes Miss Ashley Originals, Paper Dolls Design, Palladium Registered Investment Advisors, Prevailance, Wave Riding Vehicles, and Virginia Symphony Orchestra. The company also has a graphic design studio to help customers bring their project ideas to life.

Compare our Top Printing Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Preferred Direct
Norfolk, VA 23502
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Covered Image Solutions
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
Liskey Printing
Norfolk, VA 23504
River City Graphics
Virginia Beach, VA 23462


  • Where can I print my documents?

    There are many places where individuals can print small items, such as a letter or a single document. Larger jobs typically require a trip to a dedicated print shop or service. Some options to consider include:

    • Print shops

    • Office supply stores

    • Libraries

    • Business centers

    • Banks

    • Shipping centers

  • How does a printer work?

    The two primary types of printers are inkjet and laser. Inkjet printers, which are typically smaller than laser printers, use pigment-based inks or dyes that are put directly on the paper as droplets. These printers are often preferred for home use and situations that require high-resolution images, photos, and graphics.

    Laser printers, which are widely preferred for use in businesses that require rapid and high-quality printing, use toner to create the printed areas of the document. The toner is attracted to dots that are electrostatically charged on a drum. A specialized heat process sets the toner on the paper to produce crisp text and images.
  • Should I buy a printer or go to a print shop?

    Individuals who have only simple documents to print might be able to use a home printer. For specialized projects and higher-volume printing, as well as anything that needs a professional appearance, working with a print shop is usually the best option. Print shops utilize printers and print supplies that produce higher-quality products than home printers can achieve.

  • What types of services can I find at a print shop?

    Print shops may offer more than just basic document printing. Some of these services include:

    • Graphic design: Creating documents, including the placement of words, logos, and pictures

    • Desktop publishing: Printing basic documents, such as letters, reports, and resumes

    • Copy and scan services: Making copies of documents already printed or scanning them for digital use

    • Offset printing: Specialized printing of business cards, brochures, tags, pamphlets, medical forms, flyers, invitations, letterheads, handbooks, and similar projects

  • Can a print shop make copies of my wedding photos?

    A print shop can make copies of wedding photos if the photos were taken by the person requesting the print job. Individuals who hire a photographer will need a copyright release if they want the print shop to produce copies of the photos. Some photographers won’t provide a release, so be sure to ask about this prior to hiring the photographer if reprints will be necessary.

  • What are the different printing methods?

    The best printing method depends on the type of project. Some of the most common options include:

    • Digital printing: Uses digital controls to produce images on stationery, paper, or photo paper

    • Flexography: Uses flexible plates to produce letters, labels, packaging, and similar items

    • Letterpress: Uses raised letter stencils to transfer ink onto paper, greeting cards, business cards, and posters

    • Screen printing: Uses a silkscreen and squeegee to push paint through stenciled holes onto posters and textiles

    • Lino: Uses a scored template to produce mirror images for fine art printmaking

    • Gravure: Uses etched copper plates to print directly onto the paper to produce ultra-high-quality prints like magazine pages

  • What\'s the difference between RGB and CMYK?

    RGB and CMYK are specialized color codes. RGB is used for digital media, and CMYK is used for printed media. The initials represent the primary colors used to produce other colors. RGB stands for red, green, and blue. CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Digital CMYK renderings produce the closest result to what the project will look like when printed.