General Sign Quote/Order Request Form-Non LED Sign
(Return to website for LED Quote Form)
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We do not want you to purchase a sign you can not have installed.

**Please make sure you have checked your Local City or Township Ordinance and/or Landlord to see if you are allowed to add an LED Sign in your local area. Also check for any requirements or stipulations for installing an LED Sign**
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  • Not including installation
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    SIGN INFORMATION
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  • **Exterior signs must meet your Local City or Township Ordinance and/or Landlord requirements and usually require a Local City or Township permit.
  • If LED Sign, please go back to website for LED Quote Form
  • Please see color options on the website
  • There will be an additional cost for Logo Design
  • -File Upload (ONLY SEND: PDF, JEPG, JPG, PNG, GIF)
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    SIGN INSTALLATION AND SIGN PERMITS
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    **Please make sure you have checked your Local City or Township for Sign Installation Ordinance and/or Landlord for any requirements or stipulations to install a Sign in your local area**

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    SECURING YOUR SIGN PERMIT
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    ** (Usually required by most cities/townships before you can install any sign)**

    Your first step is to educate yourself on the local sign code for your community/township. The process is quite simple and easy if you take the following steps:

    1. Step One: Find out who is in charge of issuing permits for your area.

    2. Step Two: Complete a rough drawing of the property, mark where your existing signage is located and measure the size of any signs currently on the property.

    3. Step Three: This is a important step. Take the initial design local to your permit office and get a copy of the local sign code. They will then be able to tell you the size and type of signage you are able to install based on your local code.

    4. Step Four: Once you have decided on a final sign model and design, take your sign design back to the permit office.

    5. Step Five: secure your final permit.
  • **Most cities, townships require a permit prior to installation
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