Grommets For Banners? Sure... But There Are MANY Options!

December 29, 2017

For thousands of years, grommets have been the preferred choice for hanging banners. Well at least for the last fifty years. Just use the grommets to attach your banner using zip ties or screws/washers. Easy.

But did you know there are many additional options for hanging and displaying your banners?

For example, if you're concerned your banner may sag or wrinkle, consider using a SignZup banner display. The SignZups (is that a word?) keeps your banner tight and wrinkle free. They come in indoor and outdoor models.

Need a quick, easy, and affordable way to hang your raw-edge cut banner indoors? Take a look at the Print Hanging System. An excellent way to "hang" your banner indoors to create a beautiful mural/wall display.

Looking for a way to hold a banner as tight as possible? Go with Banner Ups. They (if you can believe it,) are even stronger than grommets. How is this possible?

Frame your banner indoors with a Snap Down Frame. Again, keeps your banner tight and smooth while giving it a polished, professional look.

These are just a few examples! Check out our full line of banner holders here.

Thanks for reading,

Cheers,

Chris

 




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