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  • Large external applications
  • Colour fast and fade proof
  • Lightweight high quality 330gsm material
  • M1 B1 Flame retardant
  • Long term durability

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Our online prices on mesh building wraps are based on standard finishing of hem and eyelets or reinforced hem and eyelets around the outer perimeter of the banner.  On large banners, extra pockets sewn into the reverse of the banner can be added at an additional cost.  These pockets will wrap around the scaffolding uprights giving your banner additional anchor points.

Building Wraps are used typically to dress a building under construction or renovation and are used to cover scaffolding. Full colour printed at high resolution for stunning graphic effects, the fine mesh allows wind to pass through.

PVC Mesh banners allow air and light to pass through, which means less resistance to gusts of wind. Ideal for building wraps our PVC Mesh banners are printed using UV technology. Mesh is also lighter in weight than a traditional front light banner.

Regular PVC banners are not recommended in winds of 30mph+ as hems and eyelets can be ripped out.

A professional survey of your intended installation site is advisable for building wraps over 25 square metres in size. A survey will calculate wind-loading on the structure.

Where scaffolding is not already in place, large building wraps can be installed using a wire cable frame and a criss-cross effect of bungee shock cord. This method allows more ‘give’ when the wind hits and ensures a secure and long-lasting installation.

Building Wraps Finishing

Crucial to the quality and longevity of any building mesh wrap are the methods used to finish it. An old traditional way would be to Stitch banners. While we still offer to sew (commonly on fabric materials), we more commonly use high-frequency welding on our Building Wrap Mesh banners. Welding gives a much stronger, more predictable and more aesthetically pleasing finish than stitching.

Omega Pockets

On large building wraps and giant building banners, we advise having fixing points every 3-5 metres. Positions of these fixing points would usually be on the supporting upright scaffold tubes. We would recommend an ‘Open Omega Pocket’. An omega pocket is x2 open flaps on the reverse of the banner which runs vertically. These flaps have eyelets on each edge, wrap around the scaffold tube and can be tied together by either rope, cable ties, or bungee cord.

Building Wrap Sizes

We print Building Wrap Mesh on roll widths up to 5 metres wide. Wraps larger than 5 metres both horizontally and vertically will be joined with a weld.

Building Wraps Fitting Methods

  • Scaffold Frames – Building Wraps are an ideal solution for scaffolding. Your scaffolding contractor can be instructed to make a simple frame, to which your wrap is attached using strong bungee shock cord.
  • Bungee Ties First step would be to fit fixing points.
  • Typically large eye or hook bolts – bungee clips or ties can be used to attach to the banner eyelets. This method tensions the banner as well as allowing some give when the wind hits, thus protecting hems and eyelets.
  • Wire Frame & Bungee – a steel wire frame would run though eye bolts approximately 300mm outside the banner. Once the wire is tensioned, the banner can be fitted to the cable using a zig-zag of bungee shock cord – easier in short sections of 4-5m. The rope gives the effect of a trampoline on its side, tensions the banner and allows some give for high winds.

Technical Specifications Back to top


Mesh PVC banner material

Material Weight


Fire Rating


Single or Double Sided

Single sided

Print Process

Digital UV print

Print Resolution


Print Spec

Full colour

Artwork Files

EPS, AI, PDF, High Res Jpeg, Tiff

Artwork Spec

Set with no bleed - Make sure that there is a free area all around of at least 50mm for hem and eyelets.

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Accepted File Formats

We only accept files in PDF, AI, EPS, JPEG, PSD or TIF Formats

Bleed & Safe Area

No bleed
Hem and Eyelets - 50mm safe area
Pole pockets - Pocket size + 40mm

Black Composition

C50 M50 Y50 K100

Artwork DPI


Full artwork guidelines available here:
Artwork Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions Back to top

What's the maximum size building wrap you can print?

We produce building wrap mesh vinyl banners to any size, Our machines print onto 5m wide rolls and sections of mesh are welded together to create bigger banners.

Do I need reinforced hems?

Reinforced hems are a special reinforced webbing welded into the hem which is added to each edge of the banner. This webbing gives the edges added strength for extra durability.Because building wraps are usually very large banners we highly recommend having a reinforced hem. This is an optional extra on the finishing section when ordering.

What is the recommended fixing methods to scaffolding?

Hem and Eyelets are a good option which allows you to use cable ties or bungee ties. For larger banners we recommend hem & eyelets with reinforced hem and then fasten to the scaffold using long bungee cord. Many installers weave the cord in zig zag formation through the eyelets and onto the frame of the scaffold.

Some installations require omega pockets to the rear of the banner.  This is sleeve that is welded to the back to allow fixing to vertical scaffold tubes. This requires a technical drawing from you to show the spacing and locations of the vertical tubes. If you require omega pockets please email your request through with accurate drawings. It is important to measure fixing area accurately prior to ordering.

You offer two types of PVC mesh, Which is used for building wraps?

As standard we use 330gsm Mesh PVC however you can also request to have these manufactured using our 235gsm Air Mesh. This can be ordered on the Air Mesh product page or email your request through if you need non standard finishing.

How long is delivery?

Typically turnaround is 5-6 working days.  Some very large building wraps may require more production time so this could add a day or two onto this.

How far apart are the eyelets placed

As standard we place eyelets every 500mm around the hem. We can put them closer together on request at no additional cost.

What type of eyelets do you use?

All banners are eyeleted using nickel plated silver eyelets which have a 12mm hole.

Can I have a fire certificate?

Yes we have fire a certificates which can be downloaded here. Our mesh PVC is rated to B1 standards.