The features on a banner that you put out on your retail display setup can be attractive and illustrate everything you have to offer. But you must also look at how well one of these retail display stands is anchored.
The base on the bottom of one of your banner stands should be reviewed to see that it has a secure design that will keep your display intact. The base should ensure that the banner will not slip or tilt over while you are trying to display it.
What Types of Legs Work?
The base on your retail display stand can include a series of legs that keep your setup intact. The legs might include things like small feet that stick out from the base by a few inches. These add enough room to allow the surface to stay intact, but this works even better when those feet are weighted.
The legs should support the weight of the frame that your stand will go on. Keeping them identical in size is critical to their success.
A Wider Base May Work
Sometimes you might need to get a much wider base set up on your stand. This would entail a large metal bar on each side of the stand. The bar would create an even amount of support over the entire body of the stand. This is useful for banner stands that are more vulnerable to wind gusts.
Review the Weight
The weight of a base should be heavy enough to where the stand will not be at risk of shifting around. But at the same time, the base should also be easy to move around if you grab it from its sides. The key is to keep your stand in the same place based on your preference.
Look at how well your retail display stands are supported with a proper base on each one. Swift Display can help you with finding an appropriate display choice that fits your display demands well.