Printed Hoarding in Cheshire

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When Midlands design agency, E-Media, needed to promote a high quality property development the turned to our hoarding printing service. The hoarding was to be installed at Astbury Mere in Congleton.

Printed hoarding was required to cover OCB hoarding panels around the perimeter of the construction site. The site hoarding was to be placed along a busy stretch of path and roadside. This area of prime advertising space was to be used to show and preview the quality of the development and to boost sales on behalf of the managing agent Reeds Rains.

E-Media used the scaled to size, In-Design file we created for them, our free survey to produce their print ready artwork. Our survey takes into account the drops from panel to panel, as well as any permanent obstructions and records them in a scaled InDesign document. This allowed E-Media’s designers to drop their visuals into place knowing where all the steps and obstructions were. As well as allowing the designers to amend text placement and kerning, it also means a quicker printed hoarding installation.

With the development having an estimated completion time of 18 months it was important to have hoarding panels that were durable. With this in mind the site hoarding graphics were printed onto a premium composite panel and laminated with anti-graffiti film.

The graphics were installed and fixed as planned by our in-house installation team. The graphics were finished with the installation of header and kicker panels. Mere Side chose a white panel, though we can print any corresponding colour to complete the job.

Overall the job was completed quickly thanks to our technical knowledge and experience with similar jobs. If you require hoarding in Cheshire or anywhere in the UK then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. You can either call us on or us our contact page.

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