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Atlas Homewares ZN8-O 4.5x3-inch Avalon #8, Aged Bronze


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  • For House Numbers in this Finish and Collection See Items ZN0-O, ZN1-O, ZN2-O, ZN3-O, ZN4-O, ZN5-O, ZN6-O, ZN7-O, ZN9-O, DB643-O & DK643-O
  • Includes all necessary mounting hardwares. These numbers may be mounted with or without extension tubes provided, to create 2 different looks.
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Atlas Homewares ZN8-O 4.5x3-inch Avalon #8, Aged Bronze + Atlas Homewares ZN4-O 4.5-Inch Avalon House Number-4, Aged Bronze + Atlas Homewares ZN0-O 4.5x4-inch Avalon #0,   Aged Bronze
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Technical Details
Part Number ZN8-O
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 4.5 x 0.2 inches
Item model numberZN8-O
ColorAged Bronze
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001KZH9XU
Best Sellers Rank #481,470 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 7, 2008
  
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Product Description

ZN8-O Finish: Aged Bronze, Number: 8 Features: -House number.-Classy and crisp.-Can rest flat against surface or be raised with 1.5'' extension posts for optimal shadow effect. Includes: -1.5'' and 2.75'' screws included. Construction: -Zinc die cast construction. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 0.25'' H x 4.5'' W x 4'' D. Collection: -Avalon Collection.

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Classy and crisp! This series dials up the visual impact with synergy and style

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By CBR on March 19, 2012
We saw this style of numbering on one of the "Curb Appeal" shows and sought them out.
They are a LOT more expensive than I would've ever expected to pay for something like this. Fortunately I only need 3.
They look good once installed but the downside is the included hardware. The nickle plated screws have very little depth in the head to get a good drive and the material used for the screws seems pretty soft. I was very close to stripping the heads each time just trying to get them tight, and that was with pre-drilling the holes. Then when you do get there, a little too much oomph and they WILL break. I was really close to running out to the hardware store and getting some replacements just to save me some aggravation. They haven't been up for more than a couple months, so we'll have to see how they hold up, but they look good so far. The only downside I can see is that they may be a little hard to read from the street, especially if you have a long front yard or live on a dark street.
My wife and I do like the look of them, and we are the only ones in the neighborhood with them, so I guess they are worth the price for exclusivity. ^_^
Ok, followup to this: the provided screws REALLY DO SUCK!!! The numbers look great and have held up well over the winter but the screws look TERRIBLE! After 6 months, they are badly rusted. It IS worth the time to replace the screws with something durable, that won't rust in the elements after less than a year. Seems like that should've been considered when packaging with outdoor numbers...
I hate to drop the rating a star for attaching hardware, but these are pretty expensive and to skimp on the screws is pretty weak and rather inexcusable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JavaNut on October 25, 2012
So the mid century/deco style of these numbers is great, but I would not recommend buying them. The installation is SO over the top ridiculously complicated and in the end, the numbers don't look straight. They come with anchors and posts - you put the anchor in the door, screw the post into the number and slide into the anchor. Seems simple enough. Problem number one is that even though is says you can do flat installation, they never actually will lay flat against your door. It's impossible for them to be flat, because there's an anchor and that will always hold the numbers out at least a little away from the door. Problem number two is that the posts don't go all the way into the anchor, making even coming close to flat installation impossible. So, they stick out - not a big deal I guess, except I wanted them to lay flat. Moving on, the numbers are all slightly different sizes and the holes that the posts screw into are not centered on each number, so if you plan to measure the holes on back of the numbers and use that as a guide for centering the numbers - not a good idea. One one number the hole is 2" over from the side of the number, on the next number it's 1.75" over so they're all over the place. My suggestion would be to use something to temporarily stick them to the door and use that as a guide, because just going by the holes will not make them line up straight. Overall, the way these are installed is stupid. Instead of having a hollow back, they should have a solid back with a ridge that you just slide down over a nail or screw to lock it in place. That would be much easier and they would be more secure instead of being really loose and sticking out the way mine do. I haven't decided if I'm going to keep them yet or not - I now have six holes in my door and patching, sanding and repainting those is not something I'm looking forward to. In short, I'd recommend looking for numbers with easier installation - or consider paint or vinyl numbers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michelle on November 11, 2009
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These are perfect. You can apply them flat against a surface or with the risers (and provided longer screws as well). They really class the joint up!
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