Scanning Service for Individuals

Do you need a digital copy of a special book, diary or journal or significant historical or

sentimental value? 

Our book scanning service can help clients with a wide range of projects whether you work 

in a specific industry or if it’s a one­off personal project.


Why Are People Scanning?

  • ­ To get a copy of a book in digital format. ­
  • To reduce the weight of books for transportation. (holidays etc.)
  • ­ To share books, magazines, diaries etc. with friends and family. ­
  • To preserve old, delicate or important books. ­ To be able to read a book on an eReader.

How Can Scanning Help?

  • Book scanning can help those who are visually impaired to digitise their books ready for conversion to audio book.
  • Books can be scanned to help safeguard and preserve them with file encryption and password protection.
  • Digital books allow you to display them online and share them easily regardless of who you need to send it to.
  • Scanning books allows you to free up space that may currently be used by bulky bookcases.
  • Books scanning can help to create and organise a digital library for you.

Formats we can convert to:

We scan books to a wide range of formats, some of which are shown above but if you have

any special requirements, please do give us a call and we will do our best to accommodate 

your needs.

We offer a highly flexible London book scanning service for projects of all volumes. Simply 

get in touch to discuss your requirements and we will work with you to provide the best 

possible solution.

Contact us

Nationwide: 0845 225 5923
London:        0207 183 1885

Free Trial

We offer a free trial scanning service to our prospective clients to their required format as proof of concept. Contact us

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We have a decade of experience working with the most reputable companies in the UK.

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