Hardcover Book Printing Services
Hardcover Book Printing Services from PRC
In a world of quick & cheap production, many companies have lost the art of producing quality, long-lasting products. When you need high-quality hardcover book printing services – call PRC Book Printing.
At PRC Book Printing, we have well over 20+ years of experience in exceptional hardcover book printing and other book printing services. Read on to learn more about our book printing process.
A good hardcover book results from high-quality materials and precise printing techniques. At PRC Book Printing, we specialize in providing cost-effective hardcover book printing services to publishing authors across the United States.
Whether you are a business owner, publisher or an Author looking for reliable printing services, PRC Book Printing will help you with all your printing needs. We offer high-quality services at affordable prices. We are always happy to collaborate with you to find the best printing solution for your project.
If you need hardback book printing in Connecticut, PRC Book Printing is the printer you can trust. We have over 20 years of experience printing high-quality hardback short-run and long-run books.
Learn more about our services on our website, reading our customer reviews or connecting to discuss your printing needs.
Customizable Hardcover Book Printing Services
Why Choose PRC Book Printing?
PRC Book Printing is an excellent choice for authors in Connecticut who want to print a high-quality, beautiful book. We provide excellent printing services in Connecticut at competitive prices. If you are looking for a book printer that can provide you with all these things without paying a high price tag, then PRC is the right choice.
PRC Book Printing has been in business for over 20 years and has printed millions of books. We use the latest technology to publish your book, which means you will get a high-quality product that stands out on a store’s shelf. Our experience allowed us to improve our printing techniques to give our customers better and more vibrant books that readers are happy to hold in their hands.
Learn more about our team or get a quote for your hardback book printing and see why we are a leader in hardback book printing for clients in Connecticut. Contact us today at 888-659-8320 or fill out our online form. We are happy to answer any questions and get your project started!
What Your Should Know About Hardcover Book Printing from the Experts at PRC Book Printing
Hardcover book printing, also known as hardback, hardcase, or hardbound is the most professional type of book binding. Hardcover book printing is a printing method where the book’s cover consists of hard board material.
A hardcover book uses the case binding method, in which trimmed blocks of pages are gathered and glued together, then cased in with a stiff cardboard cover. This type of book cover works best for coffee table books, cookbooks, children’s books, and many other types of high-quality books. Hardcover book printing service usually results in a higher quality book.
The best books usually have well-designed covers and print on high-quality paper. If you are looking for a printer who can help you create a beautiful book, PRC Book Printing is your go-to choice. We specialize in hardback book printing in Connecticut and are happy to work with you to ensure that your hardcover book looks its best.
PRC has produced millions of high quality hardcover books.
High-Quality Hardcover Book Binding
Like many book lovers know, nothing is worse than a broken spine or cracked hardcover, and nothing is more annoying than pages that don’t quite line up. If a book is misaligned or not printed with care, these problems can easily arise. Rather than mass-producing subpar hardcover books, we take care to print durable books with lasting bindings. Read here to learn more about our binding process.
How do I Publish a Hardcover Book?
When publishing a hardcover book, you must choose between traditional or self-publishing. A typical publishing checklist includes:
- Purchase an ISBN (International Standard Book Number).
- Copyright your book.
- Find an illustrator (if needed) or layout designer
- Find a reliable printer (like PRC).
- Find a storage or distribution facility.
- Develop a marketing plan
Sixty percent of PRC’s clients are self-publishing authors, so our team has the knowledge to direct you through the essentials of publishing your hardcover book.
What’s Better: Hardcover or Paperback?
A combination of economic pressures and advances in printing technology saw the introduction of the paperback in 1935, it proved an immediate success. Authors have since had two options when taking their book to print – the classic hardcover, or the inexpensive and cheerful paperback. So, which should you, the self-published author, choose?
Choosing between a hardcover and a paperback is often a difficult decision. The answer depends on what you are looking for in a book, how you’re selling your book, your target audience, price range and type of book.
There is a lot to consider when deciding on what type of book you’re trying to create/sell. That’s where PRC Book Printing comes in to help.
Three major factors come into play when choosing between printing Paperback books or Printing Hardcover books – cost, functionality, and appeal.
Hardcover print costs can be up to 3 times more per copy than a paperback. Highly anticipated books are released in hardcover months or even years before a paperback version is released to make the greatest amount of profit possible.
Paperbacks, however, are an inexpensive and cheerful option. A fraction of the cost of hardcovers, but they also damage more easily and wear out with repeated use.
Functionality will mean different things to different readers. A hardcover is the strong and beautiful option. They are far more durable than paperbacks, and their beauty and collectability mean that they hold their value far better too.
A paperback on the other hand, is light, compact, easily transportable, can be bent and stuffed into the corner of a bag.
Think of your audience. There is a reason that Encyclopedia Britannica is printed in hardcover and Mills & Boon novels in paperback.
The appeal of your book’s cover choice is indelibly linked to its functionality, so it’s vital that you think of how your readers will be using it. Further, the appeal of your book will also be tied to the expectations of your audience. If you publish in a sphere that favors hardcover books, then a paperback will look cheap and nasty. In contrast, a hardcover in a paperback world seems unnecessary, and will kill sales.
All market considerations aside, most people will happily admit that hardcover books have an appeal that paperbacks simply can’t match. If you are looking for something that people will want and can price it in a way that they will not be put off buying it, a hardcover is an excellent choice.
How Can we help with your hardcover book printing services?
Besides helping you customize your hardcover book and make self-publishing decisions, we can also help you determine between a hardback, paperback, board book, or case-bound style. We will also work with you throughout the entire book printing and binding process and keep you updated every step of the way. We are always open and honest about the pricing for different styles and methods.
The PRC Advantage – The Benefits of Our Hardcover Book Printing Services
Hardcover book printing is fast, easy, affordable and provides a durable, high quality professional look that can’t be matched.
Hardcover book printing through PRC offers many benefits to authors and publishers. The first benefit is our quality. Hardcover books are usually printed on high-quality paper that will not yellow or fade over time. With PRC Book Printing your book will look fantastic and last for many years due to our durable binding method and quality ink.
Hardcover books also offer an attractive printable spine. Saddle stitch, wire-o, and spiral binding. A hardcover book is the ideal choice for publications with higher page counts (60 pages up to 1050 pages), such as fiction and nonfiction books, photo albums, journals, and more.
Another benefit of hardcover book printing with PRC Book Printing is that it is affordable. This is especially true when you compare it to the cost of printing a paperback book. Hardcover books sell for more money than paperbacks, meaning you can profit more from each book you sell.
If you are one of the publishing authors looking for a book printing service company that can provide high-quality, fast, and affordable hardcover book printing, PRC book printing proudly serves the entire U.S. by providing unmatched hardback book printing services.
Consider printing a cookbook filled with your family recipes, or a travel log of photographs, or even a memoir of your life story. You don’t need to be a professional writer, artist, or photographer to print your own book!
Remember, no matter where you are in the U.S., there are several advantages to choosing hardback book printing for your next project, such as:
- Hardcover books are more durable than paperback books, making them ideal for frequently used books.
- Hardback books are available in a wide range of sizes, from small pocketbooks to large coffee table books.
- Premium print quality thanks to H-UV technology
- PRC Book printing offers print on a wide variety of papers, lamination & special finishes, and art board binding options
- Professional personalized advice and 98% customer satisfaction
- Over 20 years of experience and 6 000+ titles printed annually
The Process of Hardcover Book Printing with PRC
At PRC Book Printing, our process is thorough and personal to every project. It is designed to meet the needs of every one of our customers.
- Choose the Type of Hardcover Book You Want
We offer various hardcover book printing options at PRC Book Printing, including standard, case-bound, and dust jackets. We understand that each book is unique and requires a different printing process, so we offer a wide range of options.
- Select the Paper Type
The type of paper you choose will affect the quality and look of your book. We have multiple premium paper stock to choose from, including glossy, matte, and uncoated options.
- Choose Your Cover Material
The book cover is what first catches a reader’s eye, so it is crucial to choose a quality material that accurately represents your book. We offer a wide range of cover materials, including cloth, leather, and paper.
- Decide on the Binding Type
Binding is what holds your book together. Various hardcover binding options we offer include perfect binding, saddle stitching, and case binding.
- Select the Printing Options
Once you choose the book materials it’s time to select the printing options. We offer printing options, including sheet-fed printing and web printing.
- Get a Free Quote
After deciding on the type of book you want, contact PRC Book Printing in Texas for a free quote. We will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a price estimate.
- Review and Approve Your Proof
After we receive your approval, we’ll begin printing your book with state-of-the-art equipment which produces exceptional results.
- Receive Your Shipment
After we bind and pack your books, we’ll ship them to you. We offer express and standard shipping options.
We offers hardcover book printing services all across the United States
PRC Book Printing offers hardcover and hardback printing services to customers all across the United States. We will print and ship your order direct fast and our service is second to none.
For more information on our hardback book printing services, contact us at PRC Book Printing by calling 888.659.8320. You can also request a quote by filling out our online form.
Hardcover Book Printing FAQ’s?
What is the difference between hardcover and paperback books?
Hardcover binding is created with paper wrapped around board. The joining of these two elements protect the interior book block. All of PRC’s hardcover books are Smyth Sewn and case bound, processes which provide the best longevity.
Paperback books, on the other hand, are only bound with paper instead of a hard board cover, although the cover material is usually a thicker stock than the interior pages. Paperback interior book blocks are either saddle stitched, glued, or signature sewn and glued to cover stock.
What is the difference between board books vs. hardcover books?
Board books are generally geared towards age groups 5 years of age and under; the thicker pages are easier for a young child or toddler to turn without tearing. Case binding is more common for age groups 6 and up, although PRC has produced board books for adult audiences as well upon request.
What is a hardback book?
Hardback is just another term for hardcover, or books with case binding.
How much does it cost to print a hardcover book?
The cost of producing a hard cover book depends on the trim size, paper, inks, and more. PRC Book Printing Representatives will assist in guiding you through the best options for your book, and provide transparent and cost-effective pricing.
Why are hardcover books more expensive?
Printing a hardcover book is more expensive than a paperback book due to the cost of boarding and end sheets. If printing overseas, the increase in the weight of the books will also elevate the shipping costs. The retail price of a hardcover book is generally higher, however, allowing for more profit once your book hits the stores. The PRC Book Printing team will work to get you the best price for this binding method.
Do hardcover books last longer?
The pages within a hard cover book are better protected by the boarded cover, while paperback books only have a thicker paper stock, which is more easily damaged. Hard covers tend to last longer and resist damage better than paperback books, although it will depend on how the book is cared for. PRC’s hardcover books are Smyth Sewn and then cased to provide extra longevity to your books.
How do I print my book?
The easiest solution? Contact PRC Book Printing and we’ll make the printing process easy-peasy.
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