When you buy church banners from us, you always have a choice of finishing options. The design aesthetics of the banner and your area can be greatly impacted by this seemingly benign choice.
Many customers have found that pole pockets for fabric banners afford optimum eye appeal. For matte or gloss vinyl banners, grommets in all four corners is the typical decision. But there is no right or wrong solution. It really depends on size, material and you!
Aren't you glad you have a choice?
> Pole Pockets for Dowel - Top, Bottom or Both
Standard hemmed pockets accommodate a standard 3/8" dowel rod. If your system has a larger dowel, no problem! We can create pockets that will fit your system perfectly. Just be sure to let us know what you need. If you don't have dowel rods, we can help you with that, too. At Banners4Churches, you will always have options!
> Grommets - Four Corners is Standard
This is perhaps the most frequent choice for gloss or matte vinyl church banners. Grommets are inserted in reinforced, stitched hems to provide a stable and durable method for displaying banners. Typically grommets are placed in all four corners of the banner. However, large and oversized banners will have additional grommets along the top. If you have a special request, we can handle that, too!