Buildings wraps are the premium choice when considering wrapping scaffold, both for their appearance but also in terms of return on investment when used in conjunction with marketing a development.
Building wraps & banners greatly enhance the appearance of a development during any renovation or construction.
We use a minimum of 300gsm flame retardant PVC sheeting either as a solid or mesh to improve wind loading, also printed using flame retardant inks to ensure the upmost safety.
A building wrap has a different application to shrink-wrap in that it is stretched rather than shrunk this relies on a sub frame which must be carefully constructed and measured prior to the installation.
Once a site visit has been completed a detailed drawing of the banner will be created to produce the final banner which will covered the scaffolding.
We manage the production, delivery and installation to ensure that the project runs to schedule.
Artwork will be checked and signed off by the client and the installation date booked, we can also install ‘out of hours’ if the location has restrictions.
If you would like to discuss an upcoming building wrap project, get in touch.
From material selection, site visit, sub-frame setup and installation, project management and communication are fundamental.
We can work with your agency or designers to produce or advise on graphics to be displayed on your wrap.
We can advise and inspect your subframe or we can manage this crucial part of the installation.
The most valuable element in the whole project will be delivered with precision on dedicated transport to site exactly when needed.
We can provide flame retardant certification to satisfy fire officers and site managers that scaffold wraps are compliant.
A loose fitting banner is the ultimate failure and as such our teams will not leave site without a show stopping finish.
If you are considering branding on scaffold wrap, our self adhesive vinyls can provide an alternative whilst retaining the benefits of shrink-wrap.
How are Scaffolding Banners Installed?
PVC banners require a subframe to support the perimeter, this is usually constructed using smooth fittings & scaffolding, however a wire rope system can also be used.
Once the sub frame has been measured the banner will be printed and finished to an exact size allowing for either an inset or wrap around finish.
Depending on the banners size the production usually take a week.
The banner can then be hoisted into place and tensioned to give it the drum-tight finish.
We are happy to discuss your project requirements and answer any other questions you may have.
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We look forward to speaking with you!