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How to Brighten Up Your House Number

28 July 2010 1,320 views No Comment

When you purchase house signs, you rarely think about how they will look at night time. However, when the winter months draw in and the nights get darker quite quickly, illuminated house signs can be really handy!

You will notice that most homes that feature a house sign or number don’t have a light to illuminate it. Therefore if you do purchase one it will make your home a little more unique. There are quite a few different styles to choose from and each one can help you to enhance the appearance of the entrance to your home.

Choosing a Good Address Plate Light

If you struggle to find house number lights, American Home Plus can help. The Great Outdoors by Minka has a great selection of house plate lights available. For example, the 1 Light Address Plate with a Heritage finish is stylish and it will look great outside any home. If you don’t like that type of finish then you can always take a look at the other styles in the collection.

Of course you don’t have to choose a specific address plate light. You could always opt for an outdoor wall light which hangs next to, or above, your address plate. That will still provide you with the light that you need and it may even be a cheaper option. The World Imports 1 Light Baby Lantern is fantastic and it really adds elegance to the entrance of your home.

It doesn’t really matter what type of lighting you use to illuminate the address sign of your home. The main thing is that you make it easily visible. It really will help when those darker nights start to creep in! If you take a look at the range on offer by American Home Plus you should be able to find a light to suit your budget.

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