Methods and Materials
After you review the
information on this page, if you would like more information on the
methods and materials used to make this product, follow the links
We suggest that you review the information on this page first.
Common Sizes (in
(Recommended sizes based on a two-lane road width of
21 feet excluding shoulders)
2 x 10
2 x 15
2 x 20
3 x 10
3 x 15
3 x 20
3 x 24
4 x 15
4 x 20
4 x 24
To facilitate rigging and cabling of across-the-street banners,
are available for purchase at our
Cable Snap Hooks
Nylon Cable Ties
Banners that are hung across a street or avenue must be supported by
one or more cables. Mounted in this way, the stress of wind
pressure is supported by the cable and not the banner itself.
The right and left bottom end corners of the banner should be lashed to a
support or be supported by cable.
Securing the bottom corners will prevent the banner
over the top cable.
Air pockets can be introduced
into the banner reduce wind stress.
After reviewing our website, if you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us via email, phone, or fax.
our section on Basic Construction
Photographs of Street Banners
in Main Gallery