There are lots of different site hoarding solutions available from basic temporary fencing to eye-catching digitally printed hoarding boards.
As experts in large format print, we specialise in transforming construction site signage into impressive advertising opportunities that captivates the attention of people passing by.
All our printed hoarding boards are made from durable and weather-resistant aluminium composite (ACM) with your chosen hoarding graphics printed onto vinyl that’s applied to the surface. There are a number of different materials options and finishes available, including anti-graffiti, matte, gloss, and more.
As well as indoor and outdoor advertising hoarding boards, we also supply custom fencing tarpaulin, covers and banners, building wraps, scaffolding hoarding encasements, tower crane hoardings and more.
At Sign Logic, we have a professional team who will expertly install your construction site hoarding to the highest standards. We are IOSH and NEBOSH qualified as well as SafeContractor accredited, so you can be assured in our health and safety practices.
We have many years of experience in installing large format print and can offer a nationwide service.
The pricing of hoarding signage will vary from project to project, depending on the size, complexity and materials chosen for the project.
To able to provide a quote for your hoarding, we’ll need to understand:
We may also need to complete a site survey to review and measure your project. Once we’ve gathered all the information, we’ll be able to provide a quotation for your work.
There are a number of different site hoarding regulations that you’ll need to be aware of, but these will be determined by the nature of construction project and what’s involved.
The regulations are in place to shield the view from the public and prevent unauthorised access, theft, destruction and vandalism.
Some of the things to be aware of are:
You can find out more about the regulations for hoardings in The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 as well as the The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.