Our in-house banners can be printed in full color, single sided in just a few days. Choose from our durable 13oz banner stock, or light weight mesh banner material. Need something larger? Take a look at our Oversize Banner product for sizes up to 16 feet by 150 feet in either vinyl or polyester fabric.
- 13oz scrim banner material
- Up to 60" x 240"
- Choose tape hems around all 4 sides or no hems
- Optional grommets in corners only, or every 2 to 3 feet
- Optional Pole pockets along long or short sides
- Optional Windslits (no longer recommended)
- 9oz mesh banner material
- Lightweight, reduced wind load
- Up to 54" x 240"
- Tape hem short edges
1) Choose your Product
Fill out the product details: project title, quantity, paper stock, color details, proof requirements and let us know the state of your artwork design, see File Setup for more information. Proceed to File Upload area to upload your files.
2) Upload files
After you upload the files please click on the Continue button to add the product into the shopping cart. Choose the turnaround time and proceed to checkout.
Select your payment method and delivery method. Click Continue to review your order. Click on Submit to finish. If Credit Card payment was selected, your card will be charged and we will email you your invoice immediately.
Press Ready File Requirements:
Size: Prepare files at 100%
Bleed: 1/4" on all sizes
Images: 150 Pixels per inch at print size
Full Service Design Quote:
Select the "Please send design/layout quote" option if your files do not meet the above requirements. We charge per hour for design work, billed in 15 minute increments. We will look at your files and send our best guess estimate as to the amount of time needed. For more information about our design fees, check out our Design and Layout Services.
Here are our Frequently Asked Questions about banners:
- What is a windslit?
A windslit is a semi-circular vent (like a smiley face) cut into the banner at regular intervals to reduce wind load. Ideally they are placed in areas without text. Windslits were once thought to be a good idea, but the latest data suggests that windslits only increase turbulence on the banner, and the cuts in the banner increase the chance of ripping and tearing.
- I'm concerned about wind, what can be done to help preserve my banner?Wind is definitely a concern (especially in New Mexico), we typically put grommets every 2 feet, using all the grommets as anchor points is the first step. Installing the banner against a fence or wall will help as well. If these options are not available, choose a mesh banner material.