Use construction cover-up space to effectively and creatively advertise and communicate information
Exterior construction cover-up (also known as hoarding) usually consists of vertical sheets of plywood or metal fencing erected around construction sites to prevent pedestrians from being injured and also to prevent site entry by unauthorized personnel. In many cases a pedestrian ‘tunnel’ is also constructed to protect pedestrians from falling debris. Left untreated, these 'barriers' can be unsightly and are often quickly covered in posters and graffiti.
We help building owners and managers upgrade this space with artistic images and panels utilizing large format graphics.
These surfaces provide an ideal medium to communicate a specific message about the site, advertise a product or service, or enhance your corporate image and identity. At the same time they enhance the appearance of the construction site and maintain the quality perception of the building for tenants and visitors while construction is taking place.
During periods when office or retail space is being refurbished, whether it be under construction or unoccupied, the standard practice has been to cover the display windows with paper to block the view of passersby. This does not communicate an appropriate message or convey the right image to tenants and customers.
Decorative window film is a convenient and inviting glass cover-up alternative
Property managers now often opt for high-impact graphic film applied to glass or plywood. These decorative window films offer an ideal communications medium where custom designs can announce what's Opening Soon, Closed for Renovations, or New Location Opening, while maintaining the high-quality perception of image and cachet associated with the building.
Glass cover-up decorative window films provide an attractive and tasteful way to conceal unsightly construction. They also provide the perfect way to deliver your message and enhance your corporate image and identity while renovations are taking place.
Also, when the space is rented or the renovation is complete, the film can be easily removed.