Point of sale, display, graphics and signage products for both indoor and outdoor use
A hoarding is a temporary structure usually erected around the perimeter of residential or commercial construction sites and retail developments. These structures restrict access and assist in keeping people safe from the construction work, whilst also preventing people entering the site from a security point of view.
The temporary structures are often created using interlocking wooden panels, these can then have printed visual graphics fitted to them for the purpose of advertising, brand awareness & promotion.
Our panels are created by printing in full colour directly on to Dibond (aluminium composite material) sheets. Dibond is hard wearing, flat & smooth. It is easily fitted and installed onto the wooden structures.
Hoardings are printed on multiple panels, each panel has a different graphic, these are then displayed side by side to create one large visual display.
Hoardings can be created at any size required. The larger it is the more individual panels will need to be produced to create the overall graphic.
Dibond sheets are 8ft x 4ft (2438mm x 1219mm) so this is the maximum size of any individual panel, these can be reduced in size to suit the graphics.
The panels are digitally printed directly onto the dibond substrate. Each panel is individually printed, these are numbered on the back to make it easier to display.
This all depends on the size of the overall design, the actual wooden structure would be created prior to adding the graphics, the panels are then fixed by screwing the dibond to the wooden frame in numerical order to create the final design.
Hoardings and billboards are similar in that they can both be used for advertising and displaying large visual graphics. The main difference is where they are positioned, hoardings are situated around construction sites to keep passers by safe, whereas billboards are located in prominent places, with high footfall or exposure opportunities e.g. Roadside locations or on large buildings.
Hoarding panels provide a great visual sales & marketing opportunity and can be printed with any design and graphics including:
Holes are often created on very large hoardings to reduce the air pressure between the two sides and allow the wind to pass through. These can be built into the design of the panels if required.
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