- No setup fees
- 1-3 business day production
- UV and weather resistant
- Full color, outdoor rated
- Double-sided options
- 13oz standard, 15oz medium, 18oz heavy
- Durable and tear resistant
- Any size up to 50′ x 50′
- Need pole pockets? You must first de-select grommets, hems, and webbing
$2 per square foot. This is the industry standard outdoor banner material. Orders typically ship within 24 hours. Full color printing, hems, and grommets are included at no extra cost. To place an order, enter your custom banner size and then upload your artwork.
$0.01 – $0.11
Vinyl Banner FAQ
What is banner vinyl? Banner vinyl is a synthetic material that is ideal for outdoor signage because of it’s durability. Our banner vinyl has “scrim” embedded in it, that makes the material tear resistant.
What is your printing capability? We print using UV ink which means that your banner will hold up in the sunlight. Aqueous and latex based inks do not perform as well. All of our banners are full color high resolution printing, with the option of double sided banner production.
How fast can I get my banner? If you select the rush option when ordering, your vinyl banner will ship within 24 hours on a priority overnight. Most orders are completed within 24 hours, but are not guaranteed to unless a rush order is selected.
Can you help design my vinyl banner? We offer basic layouts free of charge, creative work is $60 per art file and includes a first draft along with two revisions. Contact [email protected] for help with your banner print design.
What are grommets? Grommets are those metal rings that are punched around the parameter of your banner. These are for installing the banner, as you can run zip ties or rope through them. They are included free of charge if you choose the option of having them.
How long will my banner last? If your banner is attached to a solid surface, such as a brick wall or wooden fence, it should last for years. A banner that is hung in the open air will normally last a few months to a year. We recommend adding wind slits or proceeding with a mesh banner for windy locations.