Letters inside a window may not require a permit
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Posted on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017

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Letters inside a window may not require a permit

These 12-in.-tall foam cutout letters popped out at me as I drove by. And they didn’t require a permit because they fit within the window sign allowance for the city. This sign makes a stronger impression than a higher-up storefront sign because the 2-in.-thick letters are right at eye level.

The acrylic-faced foam letters [available from Gemini Inc., www.geminisignproducts.com] are attached to a panel of ¼-in. clear acrylic that is hung from the ceiling inside the window. At night, it’s lit from above. The two clamp-on work lights do the job just fine. The window sign is powerful enough to be this business’s only sign.

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