How We Create Your Custom Vinyl Banners

Vinyl banners are a fantastic marketing tool for any business. At Pensacola Sign we craft our banners in-house and can create it to suit your specific purpose. Banners are portable, affordable, and reusable. They also come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. Ranging from large traditional banners to small retractable pop-up and pole banners or really anywhere in between!

Besides vinyl, banners are also available as:

  • wind mesh
  • paper
  • fabric poly-materials. 

Consultation for Your Vinyl Banners

Before your custom banner makes it to you, a lot of care is put into every step of production. Our designers consider all aspects of your banner, and discuss your banner options with you during consultation. It’s at this point we settle on all your color and design choices before moving on.

Printing & Lamination

We use our own shop’s large or grand scale printers to print your banner, then laminate it with our liquid laminator or with overlaminate film. This lamination provide a layer of protection against scratches, UV rays, and weather.

Hemming & Grommeting

After lamination we heat weld and seal up all our vinyl banners hems for greater quality and overall a more polished appearance. This heat seal is much more durable than the standard banner-tape method and much less messy and likely to fail than glue. Once we have sealed all four sides, we then use a pneumatic press to compress and pierce the banner to apply small metal rings along the sides. These reinforced grommeted holes allow for easy hanging and display, and cause less damage over time to the banner such as tearing. With these steps taken, your banner will have a long and beautiful life!

For tips on creating your custom banner, you can reference our other handy blog post here.


One Comment on “How We Create Your Custom Vinyl Banners

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    December 4, 2020 at 12:37 pm

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