Hoarding – Top tips for being bold on a budget

Hoarding – top tips for being bold on a budget

Every new residential or commercial development is different and requires tailored marketing to attract different audiences. But what are your options with advertising hoarding if your budgets have been squeezed, but you still want to make a big impact? Here are a few solutions we recommend…

I love the look of built up letters but don’t have the budget for stainless steel:
Instead of fabricated built-up stainless-steel letters, we suggest 20mm thick painted Foamex letters to highlight the development name.

Brass letters would set off my high-end development, but the costs are prohibitive:
Instead of using expensive metal materials – we can create metallic text in bronze or gold-cut vinyl to achieve a high-end effect.

The designer’s hoarding concept uses a spot-UV effect we love, but we can’t justify the additional cost:
Using a combination of matt and gloss laminate creates a superb spot-UV effect.

There are a huge number of competitors in the local area, and I want to stand out above the traffic:
Extra height sections of hoarding manufactured in Foamex are a great, low cost way to maximise impact at key footfall points and above the height of the traffic.

I want people to look twice:
Using different depths of hoarding can create an effective look – by building out parts of the hoarding or creating recesses, you can add interest.

I’m looking for a cost-effective industrial look and feel:
Vinyl applied on sterling board with Foamex built-up letters gives an original, contemporary industrial effect.

There are so many options and our team are great at coming up with creative solutions to suit any budget. Find out more about building site hoarding on this dedicated page. If you’d like to discuss a project, please call and speak to one of our hoarding experts on 01252 336 000.

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