Worth The 'Weight': Video
Stacy, MHN team member and Architect, explains why you'll find Modern House Numbers to superior over options at the local home improvement store.
Hi I'm Stacy from Modern House Numbers and I'm here to talk to you today about the impeccable quality of our products and why our customers tell us they're worth every penny and I'm going to show you through a few examples. I went this morning to our local home improvement store and I bought a couple samples of the numbers that they have there and I’m going to show you the difference. First I picked up these, they’re pretty similar in size to our MHN but I think they’re made of plastic and worst of all is you can see the hardware from the font. This one here is the most similar to our products in size and shape but I weighed them and if you can believe this, our product weighs nearly twice as much, why is that? The evidence is clear when you turn them over. This product is hollow, feels light and flimsy, our product, when you put it in your hand, it’s hefty, thick and solid, made to last. So from holding it in your hands to the final installation, you’re going to see, these are the only numbers you’ll ever need!
Modern House Numbers are heavy duty, and made to last. When compared to some other products at the local home improvement store, our numbers:
- Weigh nearly twice as much
- Our installation hardware is concealed, for a floating appearance
- Are handcrafted just for you
- We make and care for them as if they were for our own home.
Each of our numbers and plaques are from solid, 3/8" thick, recycled aluminum. We handcraft them just for you, and include concealed mounting hardware.
They may take a little longer to make, but we promise it's worth it. These are the only numbers you'll ever need.
Plaque, 5x16 vertical with Custom Logo | Brushed Aluminum Finish
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.