Our mission is to consistently provide a superior printing experience to every customer. Since opening our doors 25 years ago, we have gained a strong reputation for high quality standards and excellent customer service. Our staff is easy to work with and has the experience and skills to handle an impressive range of print and print related projects. We look forward to assisting you with all your design and printing needs.


At Printing Plus we specialize in short to medium size runs of offset and digital printing utilizing Heidelberg and Hamada presses, and Xerox digital boxes. We have graphic designers on staff who run the latest versions of Mac and PC design and layout software. We also have a full inhouse bindery with capabilities such as folding, perforating, booklet making, laminating, diecutting, foil stamping and embossing.

- Commercial Offset Printing

- Spot and Process Color

- Graphic Design

- Website Design

- Digital Color Copies

- Full Bindery Services

- Mailing Services


Printing Plus opened their doors in October of 1987 in the northern most space in the old Pitch's Hardware Center, the very first strip center to pop up along I-45 in South Montgomery County.

The Houston oil crunch of the mid 80s brought with it hard times for all. For Jack and Peggy Edwards it also provided the opportunity to collect the basic pre-owned equipment necessary to open a small neighborhood printshop in the ever promising South Montgomery County, Texas area. During a time of empty shopping centers, the old Luke's Liquor in the Pitch's Hardware landmark along the northbound service road of I-45 became home to Printing Plus, the name Jack and Peggy chose for their new commitment.

And a commitment it was, long hours, endless weeks and no vacations for years. Almost fifteen years later, after engulfing over half of the center and shoehorning a 4 color Heidelberg press into Jack Lawson's old meat market, Jack and Peggy decided it was time for a new floor plan. A workflow was designed and walls were put around it. The new 7500 square foot plant on Robinson Road became a reality in 2003.