Introducing the best of both worlds — fast shipping and a stunning aesthetic. Our ready to ship house numbers make decision making easy by using our most popular style combination: Beaumaris font, 150mm high in a matt black finish. Install using a flush or floating mount with the included rods and spacers.
- Made in Melbourne — high quality craftsmanship
- Our most popular font “Beaumaris”— an iconic and timeless look
- Our most popular height, 150mm
- Powder and chromate coating for ultimate durability (even in coastal areas)
- 8mm thick, high quality aluminium
- Install with either a flush mount or floating mount
- Includes fixing rods and spacers
- 25 year guarantee
*Looking for more font and size options? See our custom numbers and letters
Every order comes with hardware for…
A seamless and streamlined look. Use the fixing rods provided or a suitable adhesive.
A modern, clean and minimal look. Use the fixing rods and spacers provided.
The Peninsula House Numbers difference
Our house numbers are made right here in Melbourne, Australia. They’re precision cut in Dandenong, smoothed and drilled in Mt Eliza and powder coated in Hastings.
Our ready to ship house numbers are only available in 150mm high lettering (our most popular size). If you’re looking for more size options or complete customisation, look at our custom house numbers and letters.
A flush mount is when the body of the numbers have direct contact with the surface they’re installed on. A floating mount is when the numbers are slightly raised to create a “floating” effect. When you order through house numbers, you’ll receive both options.
All of our ready to ship house numbers come with a chromate conversion coating which creates ultimate durability and protects against corrosion — even in coastal areas.
Yes. We include fixing hardware for both floating and flush mounts (the choice is yours).
Every order comes with detailed installation instructions (for both flush and floating mounts). You’ll need a spirit level, measuring tape, epoxy adhesive (eg Selleys Araldite), a hammer, drill and 5mm drill bit (brick or concrete may require a hammer drill and masonry bit).
You can also view these instructions here.