Outdoor advertising stands are an integral part of the ad market.
They have the potential to drive revenue and increase the number of visitors to your business.
Here are the steps you need to take if you are looking to disfigure an outdoor advertisement stand.1.
Take the necessary precautions.
If the outdoor advertising is on a residential property, you need permission from the local authority.
If it is on private property, use the local police or council to obtain permission.
The police will need to verify that you have permission from local authority and the council.2.
Remove the advertisement.
To disfigure a stand, you will need tools, gloves, and a tool kit, according to the manufacturer.
Take out the stand, cut it down to size, and then put it back up.3.
Make the cut.
If you want to remove the advertisement, you’ll need to cut away at the base of the advertisement using a scalpel.
Cut away a few millimetres from the base, and use a sharp object to cut a hole in the top of the piece.
Use a hammer or other tool to cut through the metal.
If your advertisement has a sign on it, use it to help the disfigure.4.
Dispose of the rubbish.
If there is no rubbish around, take it to the nearest recycling centre.
If that centre has a rubbish collection centre, you can recycle it.5.
Install the signs.
Make sure that the signage is installed properly and in a place where it is easy to see.
The signs need to be placed in a spot where the light from a lamp will not disturb the advertising.6.
Discharge the waste.
If an outdoor advert is visible on a street, put it out of sight, and leave the area.
If no advertising is visible, take the waste to a landfill.7.
Remove rubbish from the premises.
If a garbage can or bin is nearby, put out all the rubbish you have placed on the street.
If possible, dispose of the garbage as well.8.
If cleaning up the area is an issue, you may need to go to the police station or council offices and request permission to clean up the advertisement again.9.
Report the issue.
You should report the issue to the local government, council or local police, according the manufacturer’s instructions.
The local authority may decide to take action against the person responsible.10.
If any damage has been done to the advertisement and you are unable to make repairs to it, contact the manufacturer to get your advertisement disfigured.