"How do I choose the right material, size and style for house numbers?"
If you’re shopping around for house numbers and have no idea where to start, you’re not alone. There are so many options, and you want to do it right the first time. Keep reading for some pointers on choosing your house numbers and what to stay away from.
Andre Kazimierski, CEO of Improovy.
Consider the Visibility and the Durability of Materials
When putting up your house number, you'll want to consider visibility first and foremost. Your house number should be large enough to be easily visible from the street, especially if it's not in close proximity to your front door. You'll also want to choose a material that is durable and able to withstand the elements. Metal, wood, and plastic are all great options.
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brandy mclain, author
Brandy is an urban planner and site designer with experience at private & non-profit organizations and has been responsible for land development and regional visioning projects. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture and Master in Urban Planning from the University of Arizona. Brandy is passionate about community involvement, anything handmade and holds fond memories of learning to sew at age five.