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Copiers Riverside California

The copier group consists of local copiers companies located in Riverside and the surrounding areas of: Temecula; Moreno Valley; Corona; Murrieta; Hemet; Indio and all other cities in Riverside County. Our one and only goal is to provide you and your organization with the best deal on a new or used office copier in the Riverside area.

Leverage our network of local copier companies to request quotes and have your questions answered by a professional copier technician.

Copier quotes provided to you by The Copier Group will include affordable prices with friendly, transparent terms on top-of-the-line office copiers. The best deal for purchasing or leasing a copier can be found here with us, The Copier Group.

How It Works

Simply call us directly or fill out a short form answering a few questions about your office copier needs.

Next, we will provide you with quotes from top-rated copier companies in your area.

Our copier companies will provide you quotes for both purchasing and leasing copiers from top-of-the-line manufacturing companies like:

  • OKI
  • Xerox
  • Sharp
  • Canon
  • Ricoh
  • Toshiba
  • Samsung
  • Panasonic
  • Konica Minolta
  • Copy Star

Our group of local copier companies are dedicated to providing you with transparent service contracts without any hidden fees or charges.

Remember there is no obligation to buy. This is a free complimentary service offered to you.

Important Copier Feature Considerations
Copiers and multifunction printers now come with a variety of features which include but are not limited to:

Collating - Collating is a simple process which determines what order the pages are printed when printing multiple copies of a multi-page document. This means each page will be printed in order.

Stapling - The stapling feature is great for organizations that print multiple copies of multi-page documents that need to be stapled. The copier will print the document and staple it for you.

Folding - A must have for organizations that print a high volume of pamphlets that need to be folded.

Hole Punch - If you and your organization frequently print documents that need to be hole-punched, the hole punch feature can save you a lot of time and headache.

Paper Size - Copy paper can be known as printer, dual-purpose, multi-purpose or laser paper. The majority of paper these days is considered multi-purpose, meaning the paper can be used in any machine like copiers, printers, and fax machines.

8 ½” x 11” (Letter)
8 ½” x 11” paper is the most common paper type and is commonly referred to as letter-sized paper. Letter-sized paper is the default paper size for copiers, printers, and fax machines. This paper can be found at any office supply store and is most used for documents like letters, fax cover sheets, office memos, newsletters, brochures, and pamphlets.

8 ½” x 14” (Legal)
8 ½” x 14” paper is the second most common paper size, also known as legal-sized. Most copiers, printers, and fax machines come standard with a separate paper tray for legal-sized paper. Because this is not standard paper size, the user must select legal-size paper option on the computer before printing. This paper size is most commonly used for brochures, menus and other documents that are folded into thirds.

11” x 17” (Tabloid)
11” x 17” paper known as tabloid size, is the third most common paper size. This type of paper is primarily used for blueprints, maps, posters, graphics, and newspaper pages. Most new copiers will have a third tray specifically for tabloid sizes or the legal-sized tray can be adjusted to accommodate the tabloid size.

Non-Standard Sizes
The rarest of paper sizes include 11.7” x 17.7”, 12” x 18”, and 13” x 19”. These paper sizes are used in larger documents specifically for when the document prints all the way to the edge of the page. Typically, these are used for larger documents and highly detailed blueprints and brochures.