You've spent money to design a vinyl banner that has the ideal colors, the exact message you want. It is all you could ask for and more. But when it was hung up to display a terrible accident happened. The grommet was torn from the corner of the banner. It can no longer be displayed unless you leave the corner hanging down. We know that is not an ideal choice, so what can you do?
We've got great news! Our sign experts can do a little "doctoring" on your banner and rescue it. Don't bother calling an ambulance, just contact us and we'll work with you to get your digital banner sign on the mend.
The tearing out of a grommet is the most common accident that happens with banner signs. This is typically caused by the pulling when hanging the sign. You add additional stress to the banner if you only use the corner grommets to support the weight of the banner. You can prevent this from happening if you distribute the weight across a rope that is woven across the length of the banner. This can then be tied off the same as if you used only the corners.
However, the prevention doesn't do any good if the problem has already occurred. But the good news is that the procedure to fix up banner signs is quite simple and can be done in a short period of time.
A piece of matching vinyl is cut larger than the tear. The extra amount of material is used to allow overlap. This holds the vinyl together better. A specialized tape is then used to bond the new vinyl to the original banner sign. Once the new vinyl has adhered to the banner, a new grommet is attached to the banner in the same place as the previous one. The procedure that will extend the life of your custom banner has now been completed.
Unfortunately, there will be signs of the repair. But it will only be visible from up close. If yoursign is being hung where people can not come directly up to it, the repair will be close to invisible. We take great care to assure that your banner sign looks as close to the original condition as possible.
Now you know if your banner sign happens to have a grommet torn out, there's no reason to get rid of it. You just need a professional to do a repair.
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