Billboards come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Everything from a 4' x 8' sign reminiscent of the old "Burma Shave" boards, to massive 14' x 48' structures. Some are built with multiple wooden poles, while others are steel monopoles. Some billboards are single face displays - others are stacked back-to-backs or vees.
While there are many different types of billboard structures, they all serve one main purpose: to display your advertisment so potential customers will see and respond.
So why are there so many different types?
The answer is simple: So you will have a choice! We serve a diverse group of advertisers that often have very different goals and budgets. We provide a variety of billboard structures so that you can always find something that is perfect for your needs.
We offer billbards in many different sizes, but here are several standard designs:
6' x 12' (8-sheet poster)
12' x 25' (30-sheet poster)
10' x 30'
10'-6" x 36'
14' x 48' (bulletin)
The other thing that differentiates billboards is the type of structure
that holds up the sign. Here are the four main types of construction:
Billboards also come in a variety of formats or styles. Here are some that we offer:
Single face - structure with one face.
Stacked - structure with two faces placed on top of each other
End to end - structure with two faces placed side by side
Back to back - structure with two faces placed on opposite sides
Quad - structure with four faces, two stacked faces on either side
Vee - structure with two faces built in a vee shape