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At Billboard Tarps we pride ourselves in offering the most cost-effective solutions possible for your tarping, lining and covering application needs. We know that material costs can add up quick, so we creatively source both new and reused products and pass the savings on to you. Our warehouse, production and office facilities are all located under one roof in St. Paul, MN. We are a small but fast-growing company dedicated to improving our processes in order to better serve our customers.
Looking for a large quantity of vinyl material at the lowest price available? Billboard Tarps is your destination. We offer unbeatable discount deals on bulk vinyl and other materials, whether by the pallet load, truckload or container.
Vinyl billboard tarps are perfect for a variety of applications inlcuding hay tarps, roof covers, boat and vehicle covers, construction, weed barriers, rv skirting, dividers, slip'n'slides, agriculture, wood pile covers, vapor barriers, drop cloths, ground covers, and anything else that needs a water resistant covering!
We were the first to start repurposing billboard vinyl for use as high quality tarps, and we're still growing. Billboard vinyl tarps work so well because the 3-ply design is durable, tough and long-lasting with vinyl coating and UV protection on both sides. They are specifically designed to withstand harsh outdoor weather conditions. An advertisement is printed on one side, and the other side is either black or white.
Since our inception, Billboard Tarps has been committed to finding creative and eco-friendly ways to reuse billboard vinyl and other quality materials. By "up-cycling" this material, we have kept millions of pounds of material from heading straight to landfills. Through repurposing materials for alternative applications such as tarps, liners and floor covers, you can play a role in helping the environment and lowering your carbon footprint.
The actual makeup of a vinyl billboard includes two layers of UV-protected, water-resistant sections of vinyl with a rip-stop nylon scrim sandwiched between the vinyl to prevent tearing. One vinyl side is the actual ad, while the other is typically solid black.
Quickly taking the lead as the most common way to print vinyl billboards though is digital printing. Using special ink designed to resist weather damage and UV fading, large-format inkjet printers can be used to print a full billboard ad as a single sheet.
Vinyl lettering required printers to apply individual elements to a billboard ad cut from self-adhesive vinyl. In this process, the only thing computer-driven was the vinyl cutter. Painted billboards needed the skill of an artist to hand-paint the graphics and lettering onto the vinyl sheet for the ad.
The versatility of vinyl marketing pieces make them great for advertising your brand, highlighting a special promotion, and as part of a large marketing campaign. Whichever use you decide on, Effortless Outdoor Media can help guide you through the process, from creating effective marketing pieces to finding the right locations for vinyl billboards and banners. The strong relationships we have with outdoor media owners allows us to receive high-volume buying discounts and pass our savings onto you.
After your advertising campaign is over The latest trend in vinyl billboards is repurposing them once the ad campaign has run its course. Because these billboards are made of such a strong material, one that withstands high winds, intense sun and heat, heavy rains, etc., they can be reused. From tarps to liners to even a giant, homemade slip and slide, vinyl billboards can be given a second life and your company can be seen as making an environmentally friendly choice when it comes to outdoor advertising.
Insider recently bought some billboards in Indianapolis. They used lightweight eco-vinyl. Yesterday there was a big windstorm and look what happened. One vinyl ripped and fell off. The other vinyls are wrinkled.
Vinyl is a man-made material consisting of plastic, ethylene, and chlorine (PVC). Vinyl is low priced and can be produced into many different shapes and sizes allowing it to be used in toys, medical equipment, construction materials, and most importantly, billboards of course. The billboard design itself, however, is printed on the vinyl material separately.
Vinyl billboards are digitally printed on using large specialized printers. The printers often use durable inks that help protect the billboard from water, sunlight, and harsh weather. A vinyl billboard has an average lifespan of three-to-five years before it starts deteriorating but in most cases, they are only used for a couple of months. Though digital printing is the most common method, some other methods include screenprinting, vinyl adhesive lettering, and even painting (not used much due to more efficient methods). Some digital printers are even capable of printing around 3000 square feet per hour.
After the vinyl has been printed on, the hems are made by folding over the vinyl creating a thicker layer that borders the edges. Small metal rings called grommets are fixed to the hems of the billboard that allow it to be secured using rope, clips, or cords. In some cases, the billboards are finished with pole pockets that allow a pole to slide in and this helps the billboard be hung, or sometimes weighted at the bottom so the vinyl does not blow in the wind.
Everyone deserves a second chance, even your old vinyl banners and billboards. If your business prints vinyl signage and banners for tradeshows, you know they often need replacing every few years. They either get worn, the branding is no longer current, or the product you promoted is now discontinued.
Vinyl is also not a sustainable material since you need non-renewable natural resources (crude oil) to make it. It is also not biodegradable or compostable, so when you throw your old vinyl tradeshow banner in the garbage, it stays there for a long time.
The possibility for upcycling vinyl signage and billboards is nearly endless-only limited by your creativity. To inspire you, here are some cool ways to transform waste textiles and raw materials (including vinyl, wood, shirts, and ):
These are useful merch items that people love to get, especially now as the world is turning away from single-use plastics like shopping bags. You could use your vinyl for the whole bag or consider mixing old with new for a colour block effect. Be sure to get your logo screen-printed or embroidered on the design.
The Environment Foundation of the Aspen Skiing Company was about to retire their employee ski uniforms. We used their old uniforms as source material to create bomber tote and messenger-style bags. We even deconstructed the uniforms to keep the logo intact so we could reuse it on the bags.
Another idea to use up smaller pieces of fabric is to turn them into a microfibre cleaning cloth. Use your upcycled vinyl or fabric on one side, and the manufacturer will add the microfibre to the other side.
About Lamar Advertising CompanyFounded in 1902, Lamar Advertising Company (Nasdaq: LAMR) is one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in the world, with over 356,000 displays across the United States and Canada. Lamar offers advertisers a variety of billboard, interstate logo, transit and airport advertising formats, helping both local businesses and national brands reach broad audiences every day. In addition to its more traditional out of home inventory, Lamar is proud to offer its customers the largest network of digital billboards in the United States with over 4,200 displays. Please feel free to explore our website www.lamar.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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About Lamar Advertising CompanyFounded in 1902, Lamar Advertising (Nasdaq: LAMR) is one of the largest outdoor advertising companies in North America, with over 356,000 displays across the United States and Canada. Lamar offers advertisers a variety of billboard, interstate logo, transit and airport advertising formats, helping both local businesses and national brands reach broad audiences every day. In addition to its more traditional out-of-home inventory, Lamar is proud to offer its customers the largest network of digital billboards in the United States with over 4,200 displays. Please feel free to explore our website www.lamar.com or contact us at email@example.com for additional information.
With the rise of digital out of home, which is attracting more and more ad dollars in the outdoor space, many old billboards are getting the heave-ho. The vendors that own the traditional boards are replacing them with ones wired for digital ads. While they can often still use the steel structure that holds up the billboard, vinyl that covers the steel frame is no longer needed. 041b061a72