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Steps to Simplify the Sign Permit Process

Home Steps to Simplify the Sign Permit Process

Like any other permit, a sign permit gives you legal permission to install a sign. However, getting this permit can be a long process depending on what type of sign you need to get authorized.

With the right knowledge and resources, you can simplify the process and get your business signs approved faster.

What Do You Need a Sign Permit For?

Before applying for a permit, it is always wise to consider why you need it. More importantly, you need to know if your sign follows signage installation permit requirements.

A Denver Sign Permit Can Allow For:

  • Enlarging
  • Painting
  • Rebuilding
  • Extending
  • Relocating
  • Erecting
  • Suspending (attached or supported by a structure or building)
  • Altering
  • Demolishing

Sign permits also vary based on how long you intend to have your signage installed. Temporary signs have variable time limits according to type and purpose. These include things like political banners, window signs, and flags. Depending on your area, there may be certain kinds of signs that simply aren’t allowed

Get a Site Survey

Getting a sign installation permit has various considerations that have to be taken into account. It is always a smart move to get your site surveyed. This way, you can learn if there are any issues, and you can resolve them immediately. It will also give you an idea of where a sign would be most effective. For example, an under-construction sign would be best suited to a place used by the general public.

Getting Permitting Specialists to Get it Done Right

A Denver sign permit follows a specific process. Any sign professional worth your while will know how to navigate this process with ease and in as little time as possible. They will know what’s needed for your signage project.

The requirements of a proper permit can include:

  • Recording a Notice of Commencement
  • Mediating signage with your municipality
  • Completing electrical applications
  • Nationwide checking on codes
  • Completing permit applications

All these technical aspects require specialist attention. Your team should have a permit specialist working with them to draft a proper sign permit so as not to end up backtracking in the middle of the project or having to start over again entirely.

A permit specialist performs the following tasks:

  • Addressing any concerns, deviations, or special cases
  • Going to meetings of appearance and review boards
  • Preparing lists for property owners
  • Studying records and permit files

This whole process must be streamlined to guarantee a smooth result. You need a professional and well-informed team to help acquire permits according to the laws and codes of Denver or any other state.

To discuss your project and what is required, contact us now.

 

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