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Each marker measures 4 ½ inches tall by 3 3/8 inches wide. The actual number (font) measures 3 inches tall.

Our address numbers come plain without any adhesive. Some people who are mounting the numbers to wood simply don’t need any adhesive. They simply drill a small hole in the top and bottom of each address marker and run a small screw through the holes. If you’re looking to mount your address numbers to something like a mailbox, vinyl fence post, or any other smooth to semi smooth surface, then we highly recommend our double sided peel and stick pads. If you are mounting them to the concrete curb, asphalt or any other porous or non even surface, then we would recommend our high strength concrete/asphalt adhesive.

For installation, our address markers are the most versatile of any other address number on the market. We haven’t found anything yet that we can’t install them on. We sell 2 different forms of adhesive: (1)Our double sided peel stick pads make installation a breeze. One side peels off and sticks to the back of the address number, then peel off the other side and stick it to the object you’re installing it to. It’s that simple. Our peel and stick pads are ideal for any smooth or semi smooth area such as: metal, vinyl, wood, plastic, smooth concrete, glass, etc… (2)Our other adhesive is a high strength concrete adhesive that forms a permanent bond to concrete, brick, masonry block, asphalt etc… anything with a porous or rough to semi rough surface area.

2 simple ways. If the wood is in clean and good condition (not weathered or cracked), the easiest way is to utilize our double sided peel and stick pads. Once the adhesive is affixed to the back of the address number, it’s like installing a sticker. Simply peel and stick. If the wood however is dirty and somewhat weathered simply drill a small hole in the top and bottom of the marker and attach it with a small wood screw.

Yes. From our vast experience with local building codes (especially the strict codes enforced within California), we have found our address numbers definitely meet the high standards of Cal Fire and local city and county building codes. Because the whole address marker is reflective, the entire marker lights up giving you an overall measurement of 4 ½ inches tall. If you still have concerns, we do have a limited stock of white address numbers where the dimensions are the same but the actual font measures a full 4 inches tall. Please contact us directly if you wish to place an order for those.

Our address numbers come in 4 different colors: White background with a black numeral, Blue background with a white numeral, Green background with a white numeral, and Red background with a white numeral.

All of the different colors illuminate extremely well. Keep in mind, our address numbers are REFLECTIVE not glow in the dark. The more surface area being hit by the light source, the brighter they will light up. In our opinion, if we had to choose which one lights up the most, we would have to say the white background with the black number. However, if you look at the pictures, you’ll see, all of our colors light up very well.

On our colored address markers (Blue, Green and Red), the entire background as well as the actual number is reflective. On our white background markers, it is just the white that is reflective, the actual number (black font) is not.

We guarantee each of our markers for a full 10 years! They won’t blister, turn yellow or delaminate. This doesn’t mean our address numbers are indestructible. It does mean that if for any reason our address numbers fail because of a manufacturing error or defect within 10 years, we will fully replace the product free of charge. We would not cover any labor costs involved with removing and re-installing. Our address numbers are completely UV protected and passed multiple tests outlasting over 20 years of extreme UV exposure.

Yes they can. All of our markers are extremely flexible and can conform to many different surface areas.

All of our markers are extremely flexible and can conform to many different surface areas. However, our white address markers were made with a slightly thinner backing just for this reason. We don’t recommend installing them on a super tight radius but if you have (for instance) a 4 inch round post, they can be applied with our high strength double sided peel and stick pads along with some temporary clamps until the address numbers conform to the pole. 

We have 2 different forms of adhesive. Our best seller is our double sided peel and stick pads that are made with a butyl rubber that remains tacky in cold climates as well as hot. Our concrete adhesive is extremely durable and is used in many States for their Departments of Transportation Services. When installing, surface areas should be a minimum of approximately 50 degrees and not to exceed 95 degrees in order for proper curing time.

We have 2 different forms of adhesive. Our best seller is our double sided peel and stick pads that are made with a butyl rubber that remains tacky in cold climates as well as hot. Our concrete adhesive is extremely durable and is used in many States for their Departments of Transportation Services. When installing, surface areas should be a minimum of approximately 50 degrees and not to exceed 95 degrees in order for proper curing time.