Mesh Banners are Great for Windy Locations

by Mary Mills on June 27, 2013

Mesh banners have many advantages for people who need to display a banner in a windy location. Some banners are designed with wind slits but that does not always work–wind slits can cause a weakness in the banner which makes it tear.  Mesh banners, on the other hand, allow the wind to pass straight through them without any undue resistance.

The air can blow straight through a mesh banner without causing any problems at all, and SIGNARAMA experts have extensive experience designing and providing mesh banners for all occasions.

It is important that you realize that mesh banners can be just as effective for advertising your business as any other type of banner.  They can have:

·         Full color printing to the design of your choice

·         An unlimited number of background colors – the choice is yours

·         Photographs can be included in your mesh banner

·         Mesh banner design is made easy by the fantastic online design tool from SIGNARAMA

Any windy location can benefit from a mesh banner, especially if your banner is placed up high without any buildings blocking the airflow.  The wind may pass straight through the mesh, but your potential customers will still be able to see your message loud and clear.

Mesh BannersNothing looks worse than a damaged poster or banner–ripped banners flapping around in the wind cannot possibly get the right message across, and they make a very shabby first impression.

Mesh banners, on the other hand, are wind resistant, rain resistant, snow resistant and sun resistant–your message will be proudly displayed for as long as you need it without any problems from the weather.

Check out how a mesh banner from SIGNARAMA can help your business succeed and use our online store locator to find the SIGNARAMA location nearest you.

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– who has written 188 posts on Signarama Blog.

is the Marketing Director at United Franchise Group and Signarama in West Palm Beach, Fl. She has an extensive background in marketing, communications and Public Relations as well as television news & video production.

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