How to install a banner safely on a tent?
For the tents, we recommend installing your banner at three points only: the two top corners and one in the middle using regular 6-12-inch plastic zip ties. We advise you not to do anything additional at all. The reasoning is for safety precautions.If banner is tightly installed on all four sides, way too often someone in a rush would not notice it and run into the banner and easily be knocked down. That’s why it is recommended to keep the bottom part of your banner loose at all times and unattached to a tent to prevent people from tripping over it.
How to install on awnings and canopies?
For the outdoor installations on awnings and canopies, especially for extended periods of time, we recommend installing the banner as tightly and securely as you can through all the grommet holes as well as along the bottom edge and all four corners. Keeping your banner saggy, or if any part of it allowed to flap in the wind, will greatly reduce life time of your banner. As anything outdoors, banners will get continuously over extended and suffer under the changing conditions. They will eventually become loose even with a tight original installation. That’s why it is always a good idea to use something that can continuously pull back on your banner, like rubber cords or bungee cords, that will keep your awning banner tight at all times.
13oz. matte vinyl material
The non glare matte vinyl material works best in bright outdoor or trade show settings, and will help keep your message visible at all times.
Printed in full color on one side
Because these banners are usually viewed up close, we print tent banners in high resolution mode – blur and pixelation free.
Hemming and grommets
Banner comes hemmed on all four sides to help it both lay flat at all times and not curl on the sides or the bottom. Nickel-plated (silverish in color) grommets are installed every two feet across the top edge only to allow for safe and secure installation on both portable tents and permanent outdoor canopies and awnings.