Signage and hoarding maintenance: how to care for your brand during lockdown

Development Hoarding

What happens if your hoarding, signage or flags have been damaged in some way and you just haven’t seen them?

As part of our regular work, we ensure that clients’ signage is always in tip-top shape and looking great – not just when we install, but over the long-term too. Even if your site or new development is currently closed, people out taking their daily exercise or shopping and key workers, will still be seeing your brand every day so it’s important to maintain the quality of your marketing. 

Site hoarding is most at risk of damage due to its positioning between a building site and sometimes busy roads. Other signage like banners and flags, which have a three-month life-cycle, can also be subject to wear and tear, weather damage, or vandalism.

To help our clients, we’re offering a ‘check and correct’ maintenance service. We’ll assess the condition of your hoarding and signage from the roadside and provide photographs for you. If needed, we can then quote for cleaning, repair or replacement, which will be carried out within social distancing guidelines.

If you’d like to find out more, please get in touch with James Herbst on 07471 227 980 or Ed Hayden on 07471 518028 or email [email protected]

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