Vinyl Banners are printed on high-quality 13 oz. scrim vinyl. Our banner material is rated for indoor and outdoor use. Vinyl Banners are digitally printed and can be up to 16 feet by 50 feet without seams. The standard finishing option is heat-welded hems and grommets placed every 2-4 feet around the banner perimeter. Additional finishing options include pole pockets, reinforced hems and reinforced corners. You can order full color banners or text-only banners. Full color banners can have unlimited text, clip art, backgrounds or photographs. Text-only banners have a white background with colored text and are our lowest cost option.
About No-Curl Vinyl Banners
No-curl vinyl banners are digitally printed in full color on a 14 oz. vinyl banner material. This material is commonly used for high-end displays and banner stands. The no-curl banners can only be cut to size. They do not include hems, but you can add grommets to the banner for hanging.
About Mesh Banners
Mesh Banners are digitally printed in full color on 10 oz scrim vinyl. The material has crisscrossed fibers that allow some air to pass through the material. While the material is slightly transparent up-close, you can still see the printed graphics from almost any distance. This material is used outdoors in windy locations instead of putting wind slits in vinyl banners. Mesh banners can be up to 16 feet by 50 feet without seams. Standard finishing is heat-welded hems with grommets. Additional finishing options are pole pockets, reinforced hems, and reinforced corners. They are commonly used around sports fields as a screen or for advertisements.
About Canvas Banners
Canvas banners are a type of indoor banner. They have a premium texture that is similar to a painted canvas. They are commonly used for high-end displays and backdrops. Canvas banners can be printed up to 4.5 feet by 10 feet. The standard finishing options include sewn hems and grommets. You can also get pole pockets.
About Fabric Banners
Fabric Banners are indoor banners that have a higher-end look and feel than vinyl banners. Fabric banners are printed using a direct dye sublimation printing process. This means that the ink goes through the fabric instead of just sitting on top of the fabric. This makes the colors bright and vibrant.
There are two different types of fabric to choose from. Banner soft is the most common fabric. Satin fabric has a shine to the material. The standard finishing option is a folded sewn hem and grommets. Additional finishing options include cut-to-size or pole pockets.
Need help deciding which banner material & finishing options are right for what you need? Contact us today with your questions and we'll be glad to help you out. Or, let us send you samples of all our banner materials so you can see and feel the difference for yourself!