Building Banners: Perfect for Retail and Store Signage
Your new business has just arrived on the block, you’ve got the keys and your building is ready for business! You want to let everyone know of your store in as many ways as possible. Obviously, the more attention you can generate the better. You may want to consider hanging numerous vinyl signs on your building in addition to your permanent signage. When it comes to temporary building signage, more is more. Customers are coming in for the first time, and they will need directional signs to your store, banners for parking, section labels and more to ensure they get where they're going. Some of the popular banners for retail buildings:Commercial Real Estate Agents and Brokers, Building Owners
If you are a commercial building owner, real estate agent or broker, your highest priority is to let as many people as possible know what you have available. While business cards are nice and a membership at the chamber of commerce is a good inroad into the community, a large vinyl banner that can be seen from far away is your best bet to get mass attention and an increased number of inquiries. Not only that, but the banner can be relocated after that building sells or is leased. One of the great things about a temporary banner is that it can be displayed on a building that is under construction. You can let people know ahead of time what kind of business is going to occupy the space when it is finished. In addition to letting the public know whether a building is for sale, rent or lease, you can also display the names of the builders, contractors, anticipated opening, and how much space will be available.Some of the building banners for commercial builders and agents:Other Common StructuresWarehouses:
The typical warehouse has large wall space with few windows, so it is ideal for using extra large banners. These banners could be for the company that owns the warehouse itself or the space could be rented to other businesses for their promotional purposes. Parking Structures:
Take advantage of the large amount of space on your parking structure to advertise your hours, early bird, V.I.P. or monthly pricing. You may also want to consider renting some of your extra exterior wall space to other businesses in your community, those that may not have access to a large building space on which to advertise.Churches:
For churches relatively small in stature, it is worth considering a banner that can stretch across the sides of the building. This will create greater readability
for passersby.High Rises:
Temporary vinyl signage is not recommended for high rise buildings. It is best to contact local sign companies that are licensed and insured in your area if you would like to place signage on high rise buildings. Building Banner Installation
Whenever you are going to install a banner, regardless of the fact that it is temporary, it is essential to check the local zoning laws prior to installation.
Also, be certain that you use only qualified, insured personnel to hang your banners. It is a good idea to reach out to local sign shops to contract insured professionals, thereby taking any potential issues of liability off your hands.