Printed hoarding is much more than just a way to liven up an otherwise dull construction site – it’s a necessary addition for health and safety. But that doesn’t mean that it can’t also be a great marketing tool. In fact, printed hoarding is quickly becoming one of the more popular methods of advertising for businesses, providing a fantastic way of attracting potential customers.
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Types of Printed Hoarding
Printed hoarding is typically printed onto aluminium composite hoarding panels, but if budget is a concern for you, there is also the option of printing onto thick foam PVC panels which are more affordable. Using a flatbed printer, your boards will be printed with excellent image resolution and a rich colour payoff that ensures your logo, graphics and message are as crisp and high-quality as possible. There is also the option to minimise costs through choosing half panels, which means your panels will be installed in landscape to cover a portion of the existing hoarding. If graffiti and vandalism are a concern for you, there is an anti-graffiti laminate that can be applied to your panels to enable the boards to be cleaned using standard cleaning fluids. This ensures your printed hoarding remains looking great without the risk of damage.
Printed Hoarding Design
Site hoarding is a benefit to both your employees and the general public. It provides a sturdy and hard-wearing barrier between the construction site and the rest of the local area, which not only protects members of the public from safety hazards but also prevents unauthorised access. Alongside the functional aspects that keep people safe from harm, printed hoarding is also a cost-effective and highly efficient form of advertising, placing your brand or services right in the view of potential customers. Whether you advertise the services of the construction company, a local business or service, or promote the building being worked on, there are a number of ways that site hoarding can be utilised to great effect.
Uses for Printed Hoarding
The best use of printed hoarding is as a form of promotion for the project being worked on – it helps to generate interest before the project is even completed. But there are other ways that it can be used to great effect, such as to celebrate the local community and help get the local people interested by showing the history of the area and how it’s evolved over time. Naturally, printed hoarding is also a great way of hiding the unsightly building work while it’s being carried out, ensuring that the local area remains as presentable as possible until the project is completed. This also provides that all important shock factor to leave people surprised and impressed at what has been created. Printed hoarding is, of course, a brilliant form of advertisement too. With high-impact graphics, crisp images and bold messaging, these panels ensure your promotions really stand out.