A few days ago, I tore a grommet out of a 13 oz. banner to highlight the importance of using grommets in outdoor (read windy) locations. Now, heavier vinyl isn't the answer - after all, 13 oz. is industry standard in outdoor locations and if you give me 15 oz. material I'll rip the grommet of of that one as well - it really is the bungee cords.
But if you're hanging vinyl banners indoors, perhaps in your business or even at a tradeshow or convention, the method of installing them can vary greatly. For instance, if you've received your banner and you're looking to place it in store windows, heavy duty suction cups could work, as could adhesive velcro, since wind isn't an issue.
Another good use for banners inside your establishment would be display tables and/or event booths. Table Banners are great in that they don't take up any space, enhance your display area, and help create storage space right where it is needed most by hiding anything placed beneath the table.
A properly sized banner to be used for a table should be 29" tall, as this will cause it to almost touch the floor if attached with Velcro to the front of the table. Even though its being used indoors, I'd suggest having grommets on the sign as well, just in case you decide to move it around later. Afterall, if you expect your staff to be versatile, you should expect nothing less of your banners.
Till Next Time...