Wondering whether you can use your indoor banner outside and vice versa? Ask yourself the intended purpose of your banner and where it will be located.

Before we get into that, let’s go over what make a great banner.

  • Typography – make sure to use a clean typeface that can be easily read from close up or a far.
  • Colors – Determine what colors can be better read outside even when the sun is beaming or inside where there may be a shadow or not much lighting.
  • Copy – should be short and sweet, to the point
  • CTA – Include a call to action
  • Social – Incorporate your Hashtag or social media handle information

A popular and cost effective product a custom banner can fit just about any purpose. From tradeshows to gatherings and exhibitions a well-done banner can easily be spotted and can create lots of promotion.

What is the main difference between an outdoor and indoor banner? The finishing.

Custom INDOOR BANNERS

Use a custom indoor banner to welcome your guests, create product awareness or promote special pricing. Make an impact with your custom indoor banner by using it an unconventional menu or a custom decoration piece. Whatever the case may be the best part is you can easily remove and relocate.

  • Custom printing services, fully customizable
  • Easy Application
  • Multiple effects, colors, and fonts
  • Easy to Install
  • Visually Striking
  • Full-color digital photographic images
  • Best price guaranteed

Custom OUTDOOR BANNERS

A custom outdoor banner can be a wonderful alternative to an outdoor sign especially if you’re planning on relocating. Outdoor banners must have reinforced edges in order to withstand the elements.

  • Custom printing services, fully customizable
  • Easy Application
  • Multiple effects, colors, and fonts
  • Easy to Install
  • Visually Striking
  • Full-color digital photographic images
  • Best price guaranteed

Here are some techniques to help you reinforce your banner.

  • High wind area – think about using a double-sided vinyl mesh banner.
  • Reinforced hemming – webbing your hemming can create a super sturdy banner. A nylon stripping is sown into the hem of the banner. This will reinforce the grommets by creating a substantial surface to grip.
  • Pole pockets – If you’re creating a large banner you can include pole pockets allowing you to rest the banner on an additional support.

It is recommended to set your outdoor banner on either pole, with grommets or welded hems. Blackout banners is a great option since they block out sunlight. Remember your outdoor banner if much more than decoration it expresses your brand and drives people into your store.

Whatever your needs may be your custom indoor and outdoor banners are a cost effective way to advertise.

Happy Printing!

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