Billboard sites can be booked for as long as you require. Please contact us for availability.
There is no contract for the digital billboard after the first week of advertising and it can be stopped and started whenever required.
For Static and Triola billboards, installation time depends on a range of factors including print queue, weather conditions and equipment availability. We aim to install your billboard as quickly as possible once artwork is provided or signed off and usually have them up within two days once the billboard has been printed. Please let us know if you have a deadline and we can work with you to achieve it.
The digital billboard can be loaded instantaneously once we have received the file and it fits the design requirements.
Static Billboards: Preferred file format for final artwork is PDF. It is recommended that the artwork be designed at 300dpi 10% of the actual billboard size. So for example, a 6m x 3m billboard would be designed at 300dpi 60cm wide x 30cm high. No bleeds or crop marks are required and no special file setup is required for Triola billboards.
Digital Billboards: Preferred file format is JPEG and designed at 600 pixel x 320 pixel and at 72 dpi.
Main message lettering no less than 300mm and secondary message no less than 150mm. Limit of 8 words in the design excluding wording in logos and images. No designs are to replicate street signage.
Yes, we can provide a customised marketing package to save you money and time depending on your requirements. Please contact us for more information.
A Triola is a three-sided revolving billboard allowing us to provide affordable and effective large outdoor advertising options for three businesses at a time. Each side is rotated every fifteen seconds.
A Static is as its name suggests, is static and does not move. You will be the only one advertising.
A Digital billboard comprises of high tech, top quality LED screens run digitally from a computer. The 6m x 3.2m runs at 20 second dwell time 24/7 except for peak times at 5-7pm weekdays and 3-5pm weekends when the dwell time changes to every 3 minutes.