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FAQ

We have summed up the most frequently asked queries below in the simplest language and format for your convenience. In the following questions and answers

A billboard (also called a hoarding in the UK and many other parts of the world) is a large outdoor advertising structure (a billing board), typically found in high-traffic areas such as alongside busy roads. Billboards present large advertisements to passing pedestrians and drivers.

The standard height for a construction site hoarding is 2.4 metres. However we regularly see extended heights of perhaps 3 -5 metres to cover shop facades, provide safe pedestrian walkways or cover scaffolding.

Depending on the height of a hoarding we would always recommend a site survey to ensure accurate sizes for artwork are taken and to ensure that the most appropriate materials can be specified.

The simple answer is YES. It is a legal requirement for building site owners to provide a perimeter barrier to protect the public from the construction works going on within. Of course, in doing so the hoarding provides fantastic advertising potential and the ability to promote the site and your brand.

Primarily the base structure usually falls into two categories. For short term security freestanding ‘mesh’ fence panels are usually used, while standard permanent hoardings use a combination of timber faced with plywood.

Some of the most frequently asked questions about hoardings involve the design requirements. Having a solid brief is paramount to a stress-free site hoarding! Our account handlers are experts, so can help to fill in any blanks, but here are some basic top tips on what to include in your hoarding design brief:

  • Site location
  • Expected duration of hoarding
  • Approximate height and length
  • Status of artwork readiness
  • Details of any electrical illumination that exists or is needed
  • Details of any decorative or feature elements

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