You Get What You Pay For: the price of hoarding advertising

Despite the growth of digital and non-traditional advertising strategies, good old billboard and hoarding advertising is still going strong. Hoarding advertising, in particular, is growing in importance. Cities continue to grow through development projects, and rural areas are becoming increasingly infrastructured and connected. There’s always something being built somewhere, so there’s always a hoarding waiting … Continued

The Perfect Pair: Vinyl Hoarding Banners for Government Infrastructure Projects

At Mesh Direct, we collaborate with a broad range of clients – commercial or residential developers, event planners and organisers, marketing and advertising experts, private business owners…and the government! Government infrastructure projects with our vinyl hoarding banners where it requires the same signage and safety measures as any other project, with a few added criteria. … Continued

Mesh Direct: Best Signage in Sydney

Sydney is one of Australia’s great cities (the greatest?), and we think it’s a gorgeous place brimming over with vitality, diversity, and fun. Over the years we’ve been able to work on many projects in Sydney, and we’re very conscious of working on a unique and beautiful canvas. We’re careful to design signs that enhance … Continued

Staying Safe On Site: All You Need to Know About Safety Signage

Not all signage can be co-opted towards your marketing strategy. While signs such as hoarding, jumpform, or fence panels perform a safety and security function as well as marketing, Safety Signs are a specific type of signage dedicated to security. There’s no getting around it: they’re required by legislation, and their form, colour scheme, and … Continued

A+ for A-Class Hoarding: all you need to know about construction site hoarding

If you’ve got a development or construction site, you’ve got construction hoarding. The two go together like peanut butter and chocolate, not least because construction hoarding, or A-Class hoarding is often a legal requirement! However, it’s so much more than just a legal hoop to jump through. From keeping your staff and site safe to … Continued

Open Fencing VS Hoarding

Temporary fencing around your development site is more than just a pesky regulation. From meeting building standards to providing an unbeatable marketing opportunity, fencing is an integral element of your development strategy. However, now it’s time to choose between open fencing and closed fencing. But what exactly is the difference between the two? and how … Continued

Get the Low-Down on Construction Site Hoarding

Construction hoarding is everywhere. If a city is growing, then someone somewhere is putting up a hoarding! This temporary structure, erected around a construction or development site, is not only required to meet regulations but also presents a perfect opportunity to enhance site safety and brand recognition. Fulfilling a practical, aesthetic, and marketing purpose, hoarding … Continued

Making Time for Temporary Fencing: Everything You Need to Know

If you’ve seen a construction site, then you’ve seen temporary fencing. The two tend to go hand in hand, and for good reason! From practical considerations to boosting your branding and catching the eye of passers-by, temporary fencing is a construction site’s best friend. Read on to find out why temporary fencing is a critical … Continued

Back to Basics: Safety Signage

Safety signage might seem unglamorous and a little dull, something to be tacked on to the end of your branding project or rushed at the last minute. However, this could spell the end of your project, or worse, lead to human disaster. Safety signage is required by law, and several regulations dictate how, what, where … Continued

Get Meshy! Banner Mesh for your Construction Site

It seems like large format printing will never go out of style. Banner mesh has been a crucial element in outdoor marketing campaigns for decades, and the advent of digital printing has only made them more accessible and more popular. This is especially true of development and construction companies, who know that a new project … Continued