Step and Repeat LA FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
The purpose of a step and repeat backdrop is to emphasize a brand name, company logo or sports team name during media press conferences, red carpet events and special events. The step and repeat backdrop banner is designed for photo opportunities.
“Step-and-repeat” comes from the photoshop term used for the process of duplicating an object and spacing.
Most popular sizes are
- 8′ x 8′
- 8′ x 10′
- 8′ x 12′
- 8′ x 20′
However, we can print your banner ANY SIZE you would like.
Click here to view step and repeat backdrop sizes.
There are different ways of fabricating a media wall – some companies create a single wall using board panels in 4′ x 8′ sections – but this way creates a “seam” every 4′. We fabricate our media walls differently so they are seamless.
Step and Repeat LA can install media walls in the Greater Los Angeles area. When you request a quote, it will include logo layout, printing, fabrication, delivery, installation and take-down. Our team will take care of the entire red carpet set-up from start to finish.
We provide hardware to display your backdrop and include easy, step-by-step directions as well as instructional online videos.
We can do deliveries and installations in the Los Angeles county area. Feel free to call us if you have any questions setting up your banners, stands, etc.!
Click here for online banner stand instructions.
24-hour turnaround time for most step and repeat orders. In some cases, we may be able to pull off same day orders! We specialize in making projects go right and making our client’s deadline. Let us know when it is due and we’ll make it go right. In general, allow 1-3 days for printing and approximately 5 business days for shipping. For more details, please visit our services and turnaround-times page.
We accept credit card, paypal check or cash.
Online ordering is also available!
However, we must receive payment and artwork approval before printing.
We can custom fabricate any kind of banner or backdrop to suit your needs.
Please send the highest-resolution files you have (preferably vector .eps files).
Any other files are fine as long as the resolution is good.
300 dpi (dots per inch) at 14″ wide is extremely good resolution.
72 dpi at 14″ wide is good resolution.
Any dpi lower than 72 will pixelate and look fuzzy.
Click here to upload your logos
If you have any questions not covered here, don’t hesitate to call or email!