Pop up banner replacement graphics are an easy way to freshen up an old display.
Do you have an old stand and need new graphics?
A good quality banner stand is, generally speaking, made for more than a single use. You might have only needed your graphic for a single event, or maybe just one season. Other times, you’ve purchased a pop up stand for a specific deal or event. Once that special event, deal, or promotion has passed you might not have need of that particular stand again. But while the graphic inside the stand may no longer be appropriate, the actual hardware (the physical base and pole of the stand) should still be in good condition. If this is the case, it is a simple thing to simply update the graphics.
We can print and install a new piece of vinyl into the stand.
KCBGraphics.com is a leading supplier of banner stands and trade show products in Toronto, Ontario. Please take a look at our replacement graphics for banner stands and don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-350-7152.
First of all, reusing a pop up banner stand will save you money. You’ll pay for graphics and installation, but the hardware is already yours.
There are many reason why you may need new pop up banner replacement graphics printed. As I said above, maybe the specific event or promotion has passed. Maybe you’ve had a change of location and therefore need to update your contact info. Finally, maybe your logo has had a redesign and you simply want your designs to be fresh and current.
If the actual hardware of the pop up stand is in good condition, we can simply print up a new banner for you. Installation of the new vinyl graphic can happen two ways. Either ship or deliver your stand to us and we can install it, or we’ll ship the graphic to you and give you information on how to install it yourself. (Here is a post about changing the graphics on either an Advance or Imagine style pop up stand. The process is similar for most stands, but not exact. If you know the type of stand you have, please let your printer know when you order your graphics.)
To begin with, if you know the name of the type of stand you have, great. There are a lot of different makes and models of pop up banners. Height and width changes for all of them, in addition to how the pop up banner replacement graphic attaches to the bottom of the stand. Some will be fixed to the base using what is called a ‘j-strip’ while others are fixed to a leader strip using a heavy duty adhesive.
What we, or any other printer would need, is the graphic size. When your pop up banner is set up, what is the width of the vinyl? Also, what is the height from the very top right down to the base? Provide us these dimensions, and we’ll add on a few inches to the make sure the banner will retract into the base.
Next, you get to choose the type of material you’d like this printed on. You can choose from 2 options here, either an economy 12 oz Smooth Vinyl, or a premium 10 oz Stay Flat Decolit.
Base pricing assumes that you have your own designs already created. If you need us to put together the design for you please let us know. We can work with you to make sure your logo, branding, and images are the best they can be.
If you’re looking for the very best in a retractable banner stand, look no further than our Banner Bug Pull Up Banners. This model of retractable stand is one of the top stands in the market, and it’s worth every penny.
Much like the brand “Kleenex”, this is just one type of stand, and its name has become synonymous with banner stands of all makes and sizes.
KCBGraphics.com has everything you need for banner stands in the GTA, Toronto, and across Ontario. If you’re interested in a pull up banner that is top of the line, please take a look at our Banner Bug stands . For any questions you may have, please call us at 1-800-350-7152.
We get quite a few calls about people looking for banner bug pull up banners. Quickly, we realize that what the customer really wants is a simple retractable banner stand. The banner bug is the top of the line, but maybe what you’re looking for is more along the lines of an Econo Tough? They’ve heard the term banner bug, and think it applies to pull up stands across the board. This isn’t the case. If you’re looking to buy a car, you don’t necessarily jump right into a Porsche. (Although, that would be pretty cool…)
A banner bug pull up banner is just one of the premium models we offer.
Or, if you are in fact looking for a premium stand, you may want to consider are the Imagine and the Barracuda. We also offer two double-sided models, the Advance and the Excalibur, that have a banner graphic on both sides. Like the Banner Bug Pull Up Banners, all of our premium banner stands are worth the cost, well-made, durable, and meant to last.
We’ve written before on the low quality stands and the difference between the models. There can be such a difference between a low quality stand that costs $99 and a premium stand that costs $300. If you only need a stand for a single use event, a standard or even a value priced stand might might your needs.
But if you’re looking for a retractable stand to showcase your company, brand, or products for months (or even years) to come it’s worth checking out your options. A higher quality stand travels better, lasts longer, and is far more durable. This is what premium banner stands like the Banner Bug, Imagine, or Advance can offer.
All of our retractable stands have a base, a pole, a top rail, printed full colour graphics, and a convenient carrying bag or case. Each pull up banner stand comes fully assembled and ready for you to take on the road.
We use two different types of vinyl for our retractable stands and pull up banners.
The Decolite is a better, but slightly thinner, product.
Well, in the end, if you go looking for a standard banner stand and only look at the Banner Bug line of premium stands, you might be daunted by the price range. Just keep that in mind as you shop. If you want the best in quality banner stands, by all means, get the Banner Bug. You won’t be disappointed. But if you’re looking for something more economical, maybe take a look at our standard or value priced stands.
As always, if you want to speak with someone about this topic, give us a call.
Having banner stand problems? Perhaps the top rail has failed, allowing the vinyl to detach and retract into the base. Or, worse, has the vinyl caught along one side of the base as it fell? We’ve written a bit about the cheap banner stands that we won’t sell you . As with any product, if you search for the cheapest options, chances are you will get an inferior product.
KCBGraphics.com is a leading supplier of banner stand products in Toronto, Ontario. If you’re in need of a banner stand after having problems with your current product, please take a look at our quality products and banner stand banner pricing. Don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-350-7152 with any questions.
Truth be told, sometimes a low quality banner stand can fail. The leader strip (the part that connects the banner to the base) can lose adhesion. The top rail can release the banner. Those are big problems (though they can usually be fixed). Other, minor issues can occur as well. A low quality or cheap stand could tilt to one side. Likewise, a cheaper material can curl badly.
In some very cheap stands, remember the old saying, “you get what you pay for”. Most likely, a stand that costs less to purchase because it’s made of thinner material. A thin aluminum base is soft, and could pinch and bend. A pole cheaply made could bend, causing your banner to lean or wobble.
One of the easiest places to have a problem with your stand is the top rail. This might seem like a small piece of your banner stand but it this parts fails, your banner comes spiralling down into the base. (Again, this is fixable, but very frustrating.) There a few different styles and types of top rails.
Some banners are only held in place by a thin strip of tape. The vinyl is attached to a piece of plastic called “j-trim”. The trim, taped to the banner, is then slid into the top rail. With this method, there is no pressure or force holding the vinyl to the rail. Just tape. Banner stand problems can arise if this tape fails, releasing the banner into the base. This results in the banner stand losing tension.
As strong as tape can be, after a few dozen trade shows, under hot spotlights, this single bond can start to lose its grip.
Another type of top rail uses no tape or adhesive whatsoever. Instead, the vinyl is held in place by pressure. The vinyl is clamped in place, and as a result any downward pull only tightens the top rail’s grip on the graphic. We find this a better solution, but still not the best. To avoid banner stand problems a good top rail should have a piece of aluminum taped to the top of your vinyl banner, and that strip is then firmly held in place (usually by a series of five or six screws) to the top rail. Again, if you only require your stand for a few uses, a simple j-trim top rail might be fine. But if you’re looking for quality and a long-lasting product, find a premium banner stand with a strong top rail.
There are many options to choose from. Too many, perhaps. Banner stands come in many different sizes, including many different styles of bases. When buying your stand, find one made of a sturdy base. To aid against banner stand problems resulting fro uneven floors, ask if the base has adjustable levelling feet. These little beauties can be used to balance out the stand (and work much better than a sugar packet under your table leg).
In all honesty, I’m not saying you should only buy the most expensive. Far from it. But taking an interest in the stand you purchase can ensure you get a quality product that will last. To recap, look for a banner stand that has a top rail with either a tension clam or an aluminum rail with tightening screws, and preferably a base made of sturdy aluminum with levelling feet. For best results, avoid thin, easily bent or damaged stands. Similarly, keep that top rail in good condition.
Lastly, if you are having problems with your current stand, contact us. We might be able to repair your stand.