Differences in Printing on Construction Hoarding
Construction hoarding provides a blank canvas for advertising and public art, but did you know that plywood hoarding and Greenloc call for two very different printing applications? Here are the basics of each:
- With plywood hoarding, the vinyl that bears the advertising or art is first applied to something call alupanel, which is an aluminum composite that is then screwed on to the plywood panels. This process usually takes a few trips to the site to complete, which requires more site co-ordination, more material, and more contractors, resulting in higher costs.
- With Greenloc hoarding, the vinyl can be applied directly to the panels. This means graphics can be installed in only one trip. Also, due to the nature of Greenloc panels, graphics are glossier and more vibrant than they appear on plywood hoarding. As well, if vandalism occurs, the impacted panels can be easily switched out as opposed to having to replace the entire board of alupanel, even if just a small part of it is damaged.
Optimal Materials for Printing on Construction Hoarding
Whether you choose plywood hoarding or Greenloc panels, always be sure to work with a supplier that prints on high-quality 3M material for best results. As well, be sure to go with the optional anti-graffiti coating to protect your hoarding and make graffiti removable with a nothing more than a wet squeegee. For more information about protecting your hoarding from graffiti click here.
Greenloc can help you with all aspects of construction signage printing. We can work with your artwork or create artwork for you. Our team of experts is ready to help you every step of the way. Connect with us today at 905.857.1366.