14th December 2009
decide to purchase cork boards for your organization, there are many things to
consider. What people most often overlook, however, is how their boards will be
hung or mounted – or whether they will be mounted at all. Below, you will find
various hanging and mounting options that are available, and you should
carefully think about the option that suits your organization best. Have this
information available before you start to place your order.
sided adhesive tape, and depending on the quality of the tape, and the
surface to which your board will be mounted, this is a good option for
many businesses. Should you ever need to move or remove the board, the
tape can be disposed of, and it won’t leave any undue marks on your wall.
However, this is not the most stable of options.
you will need to put your board up and take it down on a regular basis.
Like adhesive options, it isn’t the most stable of options, but again, it
is a good option if your surface won’t work well for adhesives, and you
need to remove the board at any time.
stronger than adhesive tape or Velcro, and this again gives you the option
of removing the board as often as you need to. Of course, this also means
that you must have a magnetic surface, and that you must attach magnetized
sign fixings to the back of the board. You could also attach magnetized
sign fixings to the wall as well, in the event that it isn’t already
Boards – permanent adhesives are usually in the form of various types of
glue. This is more stable than adhesive tape, but not the most stable of
options. It is important to realize that some types of permanent adhesives
will leave residue or marks on the wall, as this type of adhesive is very
hard to remove.
and hanging options for your board are essentially hardware, or sign
fixings. This involves the use of brackets and screws, and you need to
know that this will leave permanent marks on the wall. This is the most
stable option available, but one that should not be used unless you know
for sure that you will not want to remove your board.
As you can see, there are many options available for
mounting your cork boards, but in the event that you do not want to mount your
cork board, there are also numerous options available for non-mounted boards. Make
sure that you know where and how you will be mounting your board before you
begin to place your order, as this may have an effect on the type of board that
you purchase, as well as the size of the board. Because of available colours
and such, you should also consider the colour scheme used in the area where the
board will hang as well, so that it doesn’t appear to be completely out of