When you go to a new friend’s house for the first time, what’s the first thing you look at? The numbers, of course. House numbers may seem like a small thing, but they’re so crucial to first impressions. So, decoration way with this Modern House Number will identify your house to the world — and show off your style, too. Buy it now!
Clear and easy to read
Made with weather-resistant zinc
Hardware and mounting instructions included
Tools needed: Drill and drill bits, clear silicone caulk, small adjustable wrench, center punch and hammer, razor knife
Tip: hand tighten the screws onto the number, pre-drill your installation hole
Black 127mm (5") Height Modern House Number #0-9
Could be installed on Plaque, Wood, Door, Wall, Mailbox, etc.
Made by Zinc Alloy and Anti-rust!
Displaying your address on your house or mailbox post prominently!
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*Note: We sell only numbers, don't have alphabet currently. And the wood board is not included.
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CLAY TILES Clay tiles have been used by nearly every civilization as a roofing material, but the idea can actually be traced back to as far as 10,000 B.C. to those in China and the Middle East.
RED FRONT DOORS A red front door has been a symbol for many different things. In early American tradition, a red door meant “welcome.” Similarly, in the Chinese Feng Shui philosophy, a red door is known to create a welcoming energy. In Scotland, homeowners paint their front doors red when they’ve paid off their mortgage, and in Biblical times, a red door symbolized protection from the Angel of Death.
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