Knowles Basement Construction commissioned this Creative site hoarding. They are well-known for their creative flare and forward thinking which is why they approached us to design them the more unusual builder site hoardings which fitted in with their creative views.
Creative site hoarding are a great way to get noticed
As you can see the final results were fantastic, which really catches the eye of the passer-by and also enhances the local area by hiding the usually cumbersome but necessary site hoarding which is there to protect the public from the building site.
Builders hoardings are also a great opportunity to use this large space as advertising for the building project, which does not usually need planning permission.
The local community will also appreciate disguising the building site which is always an eye saw and very disruptive. So designing an ascetic building hoarding in keeping with the environment will go a long way in placating the locals.
This hoarding was digitally printed directly onto the 3mm thick aluminium composite board and then fixed onto the existing hoarding structure. The installation took 3 hours.
Over lamaintes should be used to protect the print.
An additional protective laminate can be added to the hoarding boards to protect against vandalism. Anti-graffiti film is laminated onto the aluminum composite board which protects the print when solvent is used to remove the graffiti. The lamanite also provides protection against the sun’s UV (ultra-violet) and dusts. Due to the very nature of a building site, the printed hoarding boards gets covered in dust and dirt. When cleaned the dust and dirt becomes abrasive which scratches the print. If the hoardings is up for a long time and washed regularly then the print will get damaged unless a protective over-laminate is used.