06.10.24
 

No More Guessing: Order Both Installation Templates Now!

Finding the perfect place to showcase your new house numbers can be challenging. One important element to consider is the orientation of your installation. Fortunately, Modern House Numbers now offers the convenience of ordering both horizontal and vertical templates at the same time, giving you more flexibility in creating your home's curb appeal.

Need help deciding the best placement and orientation? Check out these handy tips for making the perfect choice for your home!

Consider visibility

Visibility is important when deciding between a horizontal or vertical installation. When choosing, consider which orientation will have the best lighting and whether it will be blocked by foliage. Having highly visible numbers is a must for choosing the right placement. 

Limited on Space?

If you’re limited on space, get creative with a vertical installation! Consider placing your numbers vertically along a pillar, narrow wall, or next to your door. This clever use of space not only maximizes your available area but also adds a distinctive and eye-catching touch to your home's exterior.

Compliment your Style!

Think about what suits your home’s style when considering orientation. Vertical placements can make a bold, modern statement. While a horizontal installation may better suit a home with a traditional aesthetic. Or maybe you’d like to mix and match styles to create a look that perfectly complements your taste! Whatever you choose, make sure it speaks to your style, and you'll find that your new address numbers truly enhance your curb appeal!

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rick mclain, author

Rick is a licensed architect at Repp McLain Design & Construction. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arizona and an MS from the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). When he’s not designing and fabricating he enjoys spending time with Brandy, Jack, Avery & Taylor and restoring his grandfather’s Ford pickup truck. Learn more about Rick on LinkedIn.

You can learn more about Rick on the Repp McLain Website, on LinkedIn, at the AIA Website, or on Facebook.

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