Cheap Canvas Printing

How to Get Cheap Canvas Printing

Many people think that having their works printed on canvas would cost them too much. Some online printing companies know this and, as a result, have lowered their prices in order to attract more customers. However, the prints they produce are often low-quality and inferior. As a customer, it's important that you understand: low price doesn’t need to be synonymous with low quality.

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You only need to read these helpful tips to experience cheap canvas printing with high-quality printouts:



• Make the most of all available services.

Some online printing companies offer a fast one-day turnaround, require no minimum order and give you free proofing service. Mix those together with free use of an online design tool and you've got yourself a pretty sweet deal. Some of these online printing companies even offer more affordable rates than local print shops. Search for these companies. After all, it's important that you get what you pay for. These services will help you make sure that your prints are top-notch.


• Look for discounts.

Make your orders in time with price cut-offs. It can save you a lot of money. Or, sometimes, you could get discounts by ordering in large quantities.


• Look for a printing company that uses cotton canvas fabric.

Linen is known to be the most durable canvas. However, it’s the most expensive too. A good substitute for it is cotton. In fact, heavy grade cotton could be as strong as that of linen due to its weight. It is also flexible enough for you to easily extend the prints up to the borders.


• Check if the fabric contains OBAs.

Some companies use optical brightening agents or OBAs for their low-priced canvas prints. These agents deteriorate the prints causing them to have yellowing portions. Choose one which doesn’t use this kind of coating. To check if they use OBAs, try to find product samples. Bring the canvas prints in a dark room and switch on a black light. If you find some parts glowing, it means they used OBAs.


• Go for rolled canvas prints.

Rolled and stretched canvas prints are basically the same. It’s just that stretched canvasses are already mounted in wooden frames while rolled prints aren’t. To save some costs, order rolled canvas prints. They have less weight so you’ll definitely pay a smaller fee for shipping.


Here at UPrinting, we deliver high-quality canvas prints at incredibly low prices. We even offer online price calculators, free proofing service and an Easy Design Tool. It will only take us one business day to prepare your orders! Choose from a variety of sizes for our artist grade canvas. Initial size starts at 8” x 8” with the maximum canvas size being 55” x 100”. All canvas prints are even treated with a special ultraviolet (UV) solution for fade resistance. For more information, just call us at 1-888-888-4211 or click on our live chat assistance button.