Technically, yes. However, visibility, readability, noticeability, and legibility are extremely important when making signs. While some typefaces and designs look pretty, they aren’t always the best solution.
Longevity will vary by materials and conditions. For example, a vinyl sign should last about three to five years with the proper care, while a metal or acrylic sign can last up to a decade under the right conditions.
Permits are not required for “face changes” meaning no changes are being made to a sign’s height, size, location, or structure – only the “logo” or “face” of the sign is being changed.
Temporary signs such as construction signs, real estate signs, and yard signs also don’t require special permits, however setbacks, time limits, and in some instances homeowner’s association guidelines will apply.
Please contact us with the address of your new or existing sign to see if a permit is required.