Sometimes called pole banners, street banners, boulevard banners, and flag banners you can see these brightly printed street banners in almost every city in the U.S. advertising a sporting event, a non-profit event or just decorating a city street.
Graphic Impact offers street banners in many sizes. Choose from a variety of textiles or heavy duty banner material. Banners can be created to fit a range of situations and budgets. Heavy duty banners can withstand the elements, and light duty banners can be used for short term situations.
For banners to be used for less than thirty days, light weight banner material can be printed on one side as an economic alternative.
In addition to selecting the banner material, the hardware and method of affixing the banner are additional considerations. One of the more difficult decisions is the type of hardware that will be required to hang the banners. Some cities have regulations or codes on what is acceptable.
Be Certain That Your Street Banners Hold Up to the Elements
In some areas of the country banners on poles can be exposed to winds in excess of 50mph. All hems must be double stiched or heat sealed. If banners will installed for three months or more use two banners sewn back to back.
We strongly suggest that you give Graphic Impact a call so that we can discuss your requirements.
Important Banner Considerations:
- How long will the banners be installed?
- What part will temperature and wind conditions play in my decision?
- What type of a banner bracket should I use?
- Should my banners be laminated before I hang them?
- Should I use vinyl or fabric banners?
- Should I compare vinyl letters with a full color banner?
- How do I pick the right size?