Our Company

Display Laminating, located in Ottawa, has been servicing its loyal customers since 1977. We are centrally located and easily accessed from all parts of town. The business is locally owned and operated and the current key employees each average over 20 years of experience.

Our facility includes 1,000 sq. ft. of offices and 6,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space. Our loading dock is designed for transport trucks. There is abundant free parking for all of our customers.

Our state-of-the-art production equipment is of the highest quality and designed to produce your job in an efficient and timely manner. We are the only laminating shop in Ottawa with a high-speed thin film laminating machine. We have the machines and equipment to enable us to satisfy all of your picture framing, signage, trade show and mounting & laminating requirements.

We do our production on site.


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