How to Hang a Sign Made with a Built-in Rod Pocket

Publisher: Ceiling Outfitters®

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How to Hang a Sign Made with a Built-in Rod Pocket

We regularly receive calls asking us how best to hang a sign made with a built-in rod pocket. Rod pockets, also called pole-pockets or pole sleeves, are sewn into the top and sometimes the bottom edges of vinyl and fabric signs and banners. Rod pockets hide the hanging mechanism (the rod) for a more professional appearance for the graphic. In this article, we are going to discuss the types of inserts for a rod pocket and the hardware you need to hang it from the ceiling or a window frame. Solutions from Ceiling Outfitters® include all the hardware you need to connect the finished sign to a variety of ceilings.