Providing Laminating Services in Bethesda, Rockville, Alexandria & the Surrounding Areas
High-quality lamination adds durability and professionalism to your printed materials. Make the right impression with handouts and signs that look polished and add some protection to your next piece by utilizing our laminating services in Bethesda and the surrounding areas in MD, DC, and VA. Thickness varies from a sturdy 3 mil to a heavy duty 10 mil with custom finishes in either matte or gloss.
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Ways to Use Lamination
Lamination not only enhances the look of printed materials, but it also protects them.
At Your Office or Workplace
Do you have signs, menus, lists, and other materials at your office or place of business that get passed around a lot? Lamination can keep them from getting dirty and dog-eared.
- Safety warning signs
- Rule signs
- Bathroom key holders
- Option lists
- Descriptions of services
- Instructions placed in or near food and drink areas
- Training manuals
For Presentation Displays and Other Materials
When you’re presenting materials at a tradeshow or meeting, it’s important that they are clear and polished. Lamination keeps fingerprints, smudges, and liquids from damaging:
- Booth or tabletop displays
- Price lists and sell sheets
- Product descriptions and promotional materials
- Signs and directionals
Lamination also helps keep materials looking bright and colorful, so they last longer—decreasing waste!
Contact us today to learn more about our laminating services in DC, MD, and VA!
Hot Roll Lamination
Here at Herron, we use a “hot roll” laminator. This type of laminator is fitted with two large rolls of lamination film. The document is inserted in the machine and pressed through the rolls to apply the film on its front and back surfaces.
We use hot roll lamination because it generates a more durable product, increasing your finished materials’ resistance to wear and tear. Our large-format machine also allows us to laminate larger documents, and finish more materials in a shorter amount of time.
To learn more about our laminating services in Bethesda, Rockville, Alexandria, and the surrounding areas, call us today at 240-406-4083!
What Can & Can’t Be Laminated?
There are some things that should not be heat-laminated, like fax paper and ultrasound prints, or any other documents printed on thermal paper. There are also items that we recommend people not laminate, like historical documents or precious keepsakes.
Can I Laminate My Social Security Card?
Many people ask this question. While laminating your social security card is not illegal, the Social Security Administration expressly discourages it. The same is true for official birth certificates and other identification documents. Remember, once something is laminated, it cannot be un-laminated! Lamination is permanent.
Why Choose Herron for Laminating Services?
- We use only the best lamination equipment—to make the finest finished products.
- We promise competitive pricing on all of our services.
- We make sure that our staff has the best training so that they can confidently do the best work.
- We take pride in the fact that the products we create help to make your business more successful.
- Everything we do at Herron is for the purpose of improving service to our customers!
Please contact us online or give us a call at 240-406-4083 to schedule your laminating services in DC, MD, and VA.
Additional Document Services
Herron stays up-to-date on the latest document technology. We offer:
- Optical Character Recognition (OCR) Scanning – Turns your paper documents into editable text.
- Variable Data Printing – Personalizes printed materials (like direct mail marketing materials) to make your company’s marketing campaigns stand out.
We provide laminating services in Bethesda, Alexandria, Rockville, Baltimore, Tysons Corner, Sliver Spring, Arlington, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Olney, Ellicott City, Centreville, Chevy Chase, Potomac, Columbia, Frederick, McLean, Montgomery Village, Reston, Washington, DC, and surrounding areas in MD, VA, and DC.