Hillman Distinctions 5" Floating House Number
- Made of zinc alloy with a weather-resistant black finish
- Improved sheer strength of mounting pins with stronger steel
- Includes: mounting hardware for flush or floating numbers and simplified instructions
- Tools needed: drill and drill bits, caulk gun, 1/4" wrench, center punch and hammer, razor knife, masking tape, and safety goggles
- Truer thread fit and angle accuracy of the post
I love they way they look.
Like other say, they look great, but you cant trust the templates. Looking close I saw that two of the three posts aligned with the templete and the third was slightly off. That slightly was enough to make trouble when mounting though, so drilled only the two holes, then pressed the number with all posted installed into the house to see where the third post left a mark to know where to drill the final hole. Worked just fine. Also sawed the posts much shorter so didnt have to drill so far into my siding. Such light weight numbers do not need to be mounted nearly that far into the siding. This will help siding and eventual replacement of the numbers. My last numbers where 20 years old and posts snapped off in siding when trying to remove, leaving me to have to grind post below surface before could putty over and paint. These post are cheap cheaper metal, so very likely to snap on removal if mounted their full length.
As described and Perfect condition - thank you!
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