House numbers aren't something we think about until we're trying to find someone's house at night. It's impossible to see the numbers so you keep driving and turning around. It's easier now with cell phones. You can call your hosts who'll describe their house, put some lights on or even go outside and wave to you but wouldn't it be nice if house numbers were easy to spot?
When staying in New York City recently, in an apartment we rented for a week, I was getting tired after walking a dozen or more city blocks pulling my suitcase. Not wanting to wander unnecessarily, a quick call to my husband and he met me at the corner of Madison and 37th Street, and walked me back to the building we would call home for a week.
When I found these fun and beautiful house numbers made from recycled architectural grade aluminum, I just had to share them …
House Numbers from 4 to 24 Inches
Think about the house numbers your guests use to find your house. Unless you live at the end of the street like my insurance agent who can say, last house on the left, your friends might have a hard time finding you. A little research for this article helped explain the problem. It seems most house numbers (check them out on Amazon) are between 2 and 6 inches, so they can fit on mailboxes.
How would you like to put larger numbers on your house? At ModernDwellNumbers.com, they offer beautiful numbers (letters too) in sizes up to 24 inches. Standard house numbers come in brushed aluminum (3/8″ thick architectural grade), bronze or you can custom order house numbers in a color (almost 200 available) to match your home's decor, and they have a clear protective coating for durability.
House Numbers Made in the USA
There are lots of reasons why these house numbers are a great product.
- Use of recycled materials, in this case architectural grade aluminum.
- Made in the USA using an Omax 55100 water jet table, and finished by hand.
- Installation template and directions plus all the hardware needed to install these house numbers.