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5 in. Elevated Satin Nickel Plated Number 1

  • Non-reflective, smooth silver metallic finish
  • Metal construction for superior durability and long lifespan
  • Weather resistant and easy to install with fasteners included
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Product Overview

This durable The Everbilt 5 in. Satin Nickel Floating or Flush Number 1 is ideal for prominently displaying your address on your house or mailbox post. The number is clean and east to read. Its metal construction is durable to withstand the elements. The number can either be mounted flush to the surface or raised in a position to provide a floating modern look.
  • Constructed of zinc alloy with a smooth satin nickel finish
  • #8 x 1-3/4" screws are included
  • Non-reflective
  • Clean, easy-to-read font
  • Weather resistant
  • 7/32 drill bit needed for installation

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Number/Letter Height (in.)5 in5 in5 in5 in
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IncludedLetters/NumbersLetters/NumbersLetters/NumbersLetters/Numbers
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Specifications

Dimensions

Number/Letter Height (in.)
5 in
Number/Letter Width (in.)
0.95 in
Product Depth (in.)
0.53

Details

Character
Number 1
Features
Decorative
Finish
Satin Nickel
Finish Family
Silver
Included
Letters/Numbers
Letter Material
Metal
Number/Letter/Other
Number
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

48Questions11Answers

How can these numbers be removed? My idiotic homeowner's association did not allow them and they ...

Asked by Calvin February 18, 2021
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Removing the 5 in. Elevated Black Number 1 depends on how it was installed. If install was elevated, you can use a tool through the gap to pull up the number. If installed flat, you can use pliers to pick up the number, but the number could get damaged or deformed.

Can these numbers be mounted to a front door?

Asked by Margaret January 23, 2021
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Answer

When mounting the Everbilt 5 in. Elevated Satin Nickel Plated Number 4, the included anchors should be used to ensure a secure installation. A different anchor may be necessary for the door installation and door type. Please consult a professional for proper installation techniques.

Do you carry metal house letters ?

Asked by KAREN January 5, 2021
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Answer

The Everbilt 5 in. Elevated Black Number 1 is a metal house numbers. Most of the numbers available in-store and online are metal material.

Is it easy to switch numbers? Bought these in black, turns out to be too dark. Would like to r...

Asked by LoveLei December 5, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your purchase of the Black Everbilt 5 in. Elevated Number 1. They can easily be replaced with the Everbilt 5 in. Elevated Satin Nickel Plated Number 1 as they will have the same mounting points. I hope this helps to answer your question.

Are there an “A” and a “B” available for this set?

Asked by AllisonR December 1, 2020
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Currently there are no letters available for the 5 in. Elevated Black Numbers.

Are the templates available to be printed somewhere? Or the ability to add numbers in a field and...

Asked by Charlie November 24, 2020
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The template for each number is on the back of the package. Currently printable templates are not available for the 5 in. Elevated Black Numbers.

Are these 5" Everbilt numbers solid metal or channeled on the back side ?.

Asked by DIY November 16, 2020
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The Everbilt 5 in. Elevated Satin Nickel Plated Number 7 is channeled on the back side.

Do you have letters to match satin nickel 1003113649?

Asked by Deb October 26, 2020
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Currently we do not offer letters for the 5 in. Elevated Satin Nickel Plated Numbers.

All of the other templates said to use a 7/32 drill bit, this one asks for a 3/16. So I use a 3/...

Asked by Paul October 13, 2020
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The recommended size is 7/32" drill bit to install the 5 in. Elevated Black Number 9.

Can these be installed on brick?

Asked by AtlantaATL September 30, 2020
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The 5 in. Elevated Black Number can be installed into brick.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 79% recommend this product
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Gorgeous & affordable large house numbers
I searched for quite some time for house numbers I liked & most everything was very cost prohibitive. After seeing someone on Pinterest use these numbers, I decided to give them a shot. My local store has the numbers in stock. Installation on a cedar board I purchased at Hime Depot was very straightforward and easy. I used the template with no issues. I’m not sure what size drill but I used but I matched it up to the threaded rod. It was quite snug. I ended up stepping on the numbers with my sneaker to get them through the cedar because I couldn’t find my rubber mallet & that worked fine. I’m very satisfied with the quality and installation. I’ll think I’ll stain the cedar and then mount the cedar board to my house.
by Natalie
Throw away the anchors. Product is fine by itself.
I want to thank the previous reviewers who gave insight on their installation experience. With your info, I managed to install mine with good results. What I learned: 1. Anchors are crappy, so I didn't use it. Neither did I use the recommended drill bit size, but instead, I used one that has the same diameter as the the threaded rod. Find one that fits through the spacer and you should be good to go. 2. The mounting template is not accurate. The solution is to install the threaded rods into the numbers, and then you press it down on the template to create a divot on the paper surface. You will you use that as reference for drilling the holes. I didn't have a rubber mallet, but a regular hammer and a rubber sandal will also do the trick. Just make sure to lightly tap at the rubber sandal so you don't push the number too hard against the wall. Do it slowly/carefully and you won't damage your wall. overall, it installed well. It looks really nice.
by Rafael
2 people found this helpful
Really like these address numbers!
Modern and elegant. It was Easy to install. Looks great!
by Julie
2 people found this helpful
Sharp looking and easy install!
I’m a novice but purchased a drill bit for my siding and had these installed in less than 15 minutes. Much simpler than i thought!
by ddatl
2 people found this helpful
This black numbers came out so beautifully on my house!!...
This black numbers came out so beautifully on my house!!
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Perfect size, clean, classic, good quality and easy read for...
Perfect size, clean, classic, good quality and easy read for delivery persons.
by Classy
2 people found this helpful
Easy to install. These numbers are a huge improvement from the old worn number plaque. I have 3 ...
Easy to install. These numbers are a huge improvement from the old worn number plaque. I have 3 digits to install, by following the template card on the back of the package made it simple plus a little thoughtful planning. No previous experience necessary!!!
by Classy
6 people found this helpful
Year later still looks new
We were looking for a set of floating numbers and ran across these in black. Installed them on a piece of walnut to hang up. After a year, these numbers hold up well. Between the harsh winters and hot summers, the paint has maintained its color and still looks new.
by MrRyobi
1 person found this helpful
Don’t follow the instructions on the back. 7/32 drill bit...
Don’t follow the instructions on the back. 7/32 drill bit was too small of a hole for the anchor provided. Go one size up from that and the installation is a breeze
by KM
1 person found this helpful
Good Product
Good product but the installation can be tricky. I suggest not using the guides in the back of the packaging this is what worked for me. 1) Install the little rods to the letters by hand 2) present the first letter and use a level to make sure it is vertically and horizontally aligned. 3) once you have it positiined use a rubber Mallet to make the markings of the 3 holes. 4) use a puncher to better mark the wholes and then drill with the recommended drill bit size. ( I used a drill stop to mark the exact depth of the plastic anchor) 5) install plastic anchors and make sure the hole is properly drilled so the anchor goes smoothly. If the whole is small and you hammer the plastic anchor too hard it will flatten mid way and it will be a pain to take out. 6) Install the Sleeves and hammer the letters in all the way with the rubber Mallet. I used and Iphone box to mark the separation of the letters and to make it easier to use the level. Something that I didnt like about them is that the sleeves provided make the separation from the wall too short. To me they look better more separated. Overall a good and modern product
by MVIS
2 people found this helpful
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