Multisite hoarding is primarily made from steel, and acts as a temporary boundary designed to protect a construction or building site. Mostly used to keep workers on site safe, and to keep the public out, it consists of solid panels of steel that ensure maximum security.
But have you ever thought about the alternative uses for steel hoarding? In this blog we give you some top tips to make sure that your construction site stands out in 2023 in the best possible way.
As steel hoarding is galvanised on both sides, it can be easily powder coated to match a company’s corporate colours for individual branding.
As steel hoarding is incredibly versatile it has many, often underused, benefits. Benefits such as brand awareness through corporate colours, commissioned spray paint (if you want something more arty), even the ability to have artwork or messaging affixed to the outside of the hoarding.
Each of these options can provide excellent brand awareness about a construction project all the while providing security through the strong steel boundary.
With the advancement in paint technology, and private artists branching out into commission pieces of artwork for more diverse sectors, it is more possible than ever to ensure that your construction site hoarding is eye catching and spreads your company message to all those who pass by.
Personalising steel hoarding can share positive messages about the construction site behind it, but it can work as clever marketing opportunities, teasing an audience on what is to come from a grand project, and provide community engagement.
Achieving that professional image can be easily accomplished when you work with a site hoarding supplier, like ourselves, as you can be reassured that we can give you that specialised fitting service to ensure that every angle and every turn in the hoarding line appears smooth and continuous.
Posts are supplied in a galvanised finish and fittings are galvanised or zinc plated too, so your corporate branding colours are consistent throughout the hoarding line. And as Multisite steel hoarding can accommodate gently sloping ground without the need for stepping, it means our steel hoarding can curve through gentle changes of direction, so you can be rest assured that your construction site hoarding is not only secure, but looking professional on any ground surface.
Whilst it might look easy, there’s a fine art to installing site hoarding, especially where different ground conditions are concerned. So, if you need a professional site hoarding system for your next construction project, get in touch with Rethync on 03300 535 898 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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