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Architectural Mailboxes 3582 B 5 4 Inch Solid Brass Floating House Number, Black

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  • Constructed of brass
  • Premium painted black finish
  • Includes mounting screws, anchors and instructions
  • Finish compliments mailboxes and door hardware
  • Available in numbers 0 through 9, Letters A-F, Half

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Customer Reviews

These attractive sans serif numbers will get the job done These attractive, easy to read, 4" high, thick address numbers are made from quality brass that have been black powder-coated for long life and durability, but most importantly readability from a distance.To install them just follow the instructions that come on the package with each number. You'll need is a pencil, straight edge (for layout and positioning of the pilot holes), and then a power drill and drill bit for drilling the 1 1/8" pilot holes for the number's mounting studs (two per number).Careful planning of the numbers' final position layout will save you any missteps along the way. To finish up the install, use a rubber-head mallet/hammer to firmly tap them into the surface (in my case wide cedar wood trim), securing the numbers. Stone or masonry surfaces will require using the included white vinyl mounting sleeves that will first have to be countersunk before the metal studs are firmly tapped in place.I installed 5 address numbers in the more difficult vertical layout and final reading orientation. It took about an hour to do so at a leisurely pace from beginning to end. I carefully determining the stud mounting hole positions in advance before the pilot holes were drilled. NOTE: Making a paper drilling template in advance, showing all those positions, will speed the numbers installation. 5Jus the right numbers for the job These attractive, easy to read, 4" high, thick address numbers are made from quality brass that have been black powder-coated for long life and durability, but most importantly readability from a distance.To install them just follow the easy instructions that come with each number. You'll need is a pencil, straight edge (for layout and positioning set-up), and then a power drill and drill bit for drilling pilot holes for the number's mounting studs (two per number). Careful planning will save you any missteps along the way. To finish the install, use a rubber-head hammer to carefully tap them into the surface (in my case wide cedar trim), securing the numbers into wood, stone, or masonry. I installed 5 address numbers in the more difficult vertical reading orientation in about an hour, doing so at a leisurely pace from beginning to end. 5These numbers get the job done. These attractive, easy to read, 4" high, thick address numbers are made from quality brass that have been black powder-coated for long life and durability, but most importantly readability from a distance.To install them just follow the easy instructions that come with each number. You'll need is a pencil, straight edge (for layout and positioning set-up), and then a power drill and drill bit for drilling pilot holes for the number's mounting studs (two per number). Careful planning will save you any missteps along the way. To finish the install, use a rubber-head hammer to carefully tap them into the surface (in my case wide cedar trim), securing the numbers into wood, stone, or masonry. I installed 5 address numbers in the more difficult vertical reading orientation in about an hour, doing so at a leisurely pace from beginning to end. 5Great product for me (with a few minor modifications) I liked the everything about it, except for the cheapo plastic numbers (not a good look for a modern style Eichler house), and the bulbs were a dim incandescent (halogen, maybe?) type that don't last long. So I found some modern looking 4" high metal "floating" type numbers on Amazon that mount from the threaded holes on the backside and used those instead. I drilled small clearance holes for #10-24 screws through the plexiglass face and screwed the numbers in from the back. Had to cut the screws to the proper length, though as the exact length I needed wasn't available off the shelf, so that was bit of a pain, as was getting the holes in the exact position needed. On the bright side, I don't have to worry about the glue failing after a few years. As for the bulbs, I replaced them with T10 base LEDs as suggested by others in the reviews. All works good so far! 4DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT The installation design was ridiculous. First if you did want them to appear floating where was nothing to cover the threaded screw...no tube to make it look finished. You had to screw the two screws into the number before you actually install on the wall then you have to install on the wall by pounding on the finished number so hard that ultimately the anchors fell into the wall. I've used numbers like this before and this was the worst design ever. 1No template for installation provided and web template is for 5 inch numbers NOT 4 inch numbers Wish they provided a template for the 4 inch numbers to make installation easier. I had to buy a piece of foam board to make a template of the area the numbers were to be installed and the carefully ouch holes in it to line up the numbers in proper alignment and distance before drilling holes into my house. Other brands have the template for where to drill outlined in the back of the package or on a separate sheet of paper. This one has templates on the web but the print out for 5 inch numbers NOT 4 inch numbers and as such a useless. 3Extremely nice, durable, but need longer mounting screws if wish to mount floating style. Love these numbers for the front of our house.Actually, a half star deduction because if wanting to mount in floating style, you'll probably need to purchase longer screws.The finish and weight of these seem to project they will wear well through weather. The size and clarity of these are perfect for visibility and style.Only reason for one star deduction, is that if you are wanting to install these in a floating fashion - - - that is so they stand out away from the siding/wall, you will most likely need to purchase longer mounting screws/nails. The mounting screws that come with these are roughly only about 1 1/2" long.If mounting flush with the house, no problem - - - that's plenty enough length to securely mount them.If you intend on mounting these so they float away from the house, we didn't feel that just 1/2" inch embedded into the siding was secure enough. Not that we expected anyone to come along and pull them out, but the fact that I could easily jiggle and pull them out with just my fingers, made us look for longer mounting screws. Very easy and inexpensive to find longer screws at Lowes.Now they float away from the house and feel very securely fastened as well. 5Very nice quality BUT These are real metal, great finish. They have screw-on pegs on the back, which requires you to drill holes and put mollies in. There's no drilling pattern provided. This makes installation a bit hard. Sticking these on with 2 sides tape is a bit of a challenge as well, since there's a channel under the numbers. 4Good quality, durable but you'll probably need longer mounting screws if mounting it floating style Love these numbers for the front of our house.Actually, a half star deduction because if wanting to mount in floating style, you'll probably need to purchase longer screws.The finish and weight of these seem to project they will wear well through weather. The size and clarity of these are perfect for visibility and style.Only reason for the half star deduction, is that if you are wanting to install these in a floating fashion - - - that is so they stand out away from the siding/wall, you will most likely need to purchase longer mounting screws/nails. The mounting screws that come with these are just under 1 1/2" long.If mounting flush with the house, no problem - - - that's plenty enough length to securely mount them - - - just pound them into the siding until they are flush with the siding.If you intend on mounting these so they float away from the house, we didn't feel that just 3/4" inch embedded into the siding was secure enough. Not that we expected anyone to come along and pull them out, but the fact that I could easily jiggle and pull them out with just my fingers, made us look for longer mounting screws. Very easy and inexpensive to find longer screws at Lowe's. We bought machine screws that fit in the back of the numbers, then cut off the heads. Holes were pre-drilled into the siding, and we just glued the screws into the siding.Only because I'm a little ocd, I also purchased a hollow stainless tube/straw, cut it to size, and slid it over the exposed screws. These acted as spacers so the numbers were all the same distance from the house, and also covered the threads of the screws.Now they float away from the house and feel very securely fastened as well. 5Just the right numbers for the job These attractive, easy to read, 4" high, thick address numbers are made from quality brass that have been black powder-coated for long life and durability, but most importantly readability from a distance.To install them just follow the easy instructions that come with each number. You'll need is a pencil, straight edge (for layout and positioning set-up), and then a power drill and drill bit for drilling pilot holes for the number's mounting studs (two per number). Careful planning will save you any missteps along the way. To finish the install, use a rubber-head hammer to carefully tap them into the surface (in my case wide cedar trim), securing the numbers into wood, stone, or masonry. I installed 5 address numbers in the more difficult vertical reading orientation in about an hour, doing so at a leisurely pace from beginning to end. 5
Architectural Mailboxes 3582 B 5 4 Inch Solid Brass Floating House Number, Black

Architectural Mailboxes 3582 B 5 4 Inch Solid Brass Floating House Number, Black

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€39,00
Sale price
€39,00
Regular price
€64,00
Sold out
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Save 39% (€25,00)