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A channel letter sign usually costs around $2,500-$6,500 depending on size and installation cost.
Yes you must get approval from your city to install a channel letter sign, sign companies will normally do this for you.
Size of your sign and location are important factors, generally prices range from $800-$2,500.
Your installer will normally set aside 3-6 hours, so definitely within one business day.
What Are Channel Letter Signs?
Channel letter signs are the most common and popular choice for storefront signage. In fact many property managers require the use of a channel letter sign to keep a higher end look for their entire group of tenants.
These signs are lightweight and sturdy enough to be mounted directly to a wall with screws. Because they are being attached to the outside of a building an electrical permit is required. Normally your sign company will apply for a permit from the city you are in and get approval to do so.
Lighting options for these signs can be halo lit, backlit, or front lit. They all pertain to how the lighting displays against the wall. You can have your logo spelled out entirely in letters, or leave some smaller ones as dimensional letters to cut down on cost.
Channel letters are built using bent sheets of aluminum, and diecut sheets of acryllic for the faces. A simple LED lighting source is strung through each letter and attached through the wall. The lights can be switched on and off easily, or on an automated timer to come on at dusk.
These storefront signs can be mounted directly to your building facia, or on a wide metal box called a raceway. The raceway is usually painted to match the color of the building and will hide all of the electrical wiring.
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