Homewood Press offers the following binding options:
- Perfect Binding: Joining the pages and cover of a book, booklet or catalog by gluing at the spine instead of stitching/stapling.
- Saddle Stitch Binding: Binding brochures or booklets by collating and gathering folded sheets one inside the other and stapling through the spine from the outside-in.
- Spiral Binding: Pages of a document are drilled and fastened together by a wire or plastic coil.
- Square Edge Binding: A process in which pressure is applied to the cover and pages of a document while two staples are applied to the spine, resulting in a look nearly identical to a perfect bound document. Homewood can apply square edge binding in-line, and the technique also enables customers to print text or graphics on the spine.
- Wire-O Binding: A technique utilizing a double-loop wire coil to bind documents through predrilled holes. Wire-O binding results in a higher-end look than standard spiral binding.