Vinyl Hoarding Banners

Vinyl banners produce a photo-quality print result which makes it an ideal medium for timber hoardings on small or large development sites.

01 Product usage

Create a visual impact that detracts from the unsightly construction rubble and debris. Vinyl banners on hoardings are often:

  • Hoardings in urban areas
  • Used within shopping centres
  • Perfect for crowd control at small and large events.
02 Product Benefits

Our vinyl hoardings are incredibly durable and are completely UV stabilised, meaning that your hoarding will withstand the temperamental Australian climate. What really causes vinyl hoarding to stand out from other products is its outstanding print reproduction and quality.

technical info
Durability
Suitability for High Winds
Print Quality
Transparency

Top-notch quality & durable.

The porous substrate provides a quality print surface. It’s a perfect long term solution due to the robustness of the materials. Paired with a PVC coating vinyl provides a durable, fade-resistant and long-lasting signage.

Customise me.

Custom shape, size and finishings are available. Helping ensure the perfect signage for your space.

Flame & fade-resistant

Fully UV stabilised inks for long-lasting print and to prevent fading. Need it flame retardant? We have a flame retardant version of the same product too.

Protect me from graffiti

Add a layer of Adcoat, our protective anti-graffiti layer to your vinyl. It allows graffiti to be easily cleaned off hoardings and is available in a matt or gloss finish. Perfect for urban areas with high graffiti levels.

Meet all Australian building standards.

All our products meet Australian building standards and laws. Our team are also experts in the City of Sydney commissioned artwork and regulations.

Let’s work together

Get your perfect signage solution today with Mesh Direct.

Bring your ideas to life.

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