Thursday, January 7, 2010

Does Your Home have an Address Plaque?











House-owners here are not too bothered about having address plaques, let alone fanciful ones. At best, there is just the house number outside the house and at worst, no number plate at all. It is a wonder the postman is able to deliver the mail.

I must say an address plaque does enhance the look of a house, don't you think? At least it gives a house an identity. So, if you are planning to place an order for an address plaque or an address sign, you may want to check out JustAddressPlaques.com. They have many designs of residential and commercial address plaques as well as address numbers, address posts, specialty plaques and mailboxes.

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10 comments:

  1. Yes. But not as fancy the ones you showed here. :)

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  2. I used to have one ....my late dad's home and also my former home in shah Alam. Rather nice . European style.

    Now, we have one in our home in California.It is a requirement by the management. Rather cool.

    hugs,
    shakira

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  3. I do have but not fancy big ones like these! :)

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  4. hmmm, we don't have it at home.. we only have a slightly nicer number plate pinned to the wall.. hahaha!!

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  5. Tekkaus, I know, it's not common that we see such fancy address plaques here. Perhaps we need to improve in this department?

    Shakira, yeah, big homes normally have one. I'm sure yours was nice.
    A home in California too? That is so cool! How often do you go back there then?

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  6. Mei Teng, good for you because I've seen some houses without numbers, as in no identity.

    SK, yours is the norm because houses here just have the number minus the street name.

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  7. Would love to have one of those they are so nice but not applicable am living in a cave :) haha TQ

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  8. LOL! Bananaz, you are so cute..

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  9. Hi HappySurfer,
    Yeah I suppose our homes are considered rather big, but definitely among the smaller ones in the community,
    I am a Malaysian as you know whereas Hubby is a Singaporean American.However he is currently working in Seoul, Korea. So, I think next year, we are going to California to check on stuffs. At least, Hubby's eldest brother and family is there.Hubby's whole family has migrated.
    I moved around a lot but honestly I do not like that sometimes , tiring for me.lol
    However, wherever my daughters and husband are, there is where my homes will be. You do know I am 44 years OLD right?lol
    HAVE YOU A GREAT WEEKEND!
    hugs,
    shakira

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  10. I'd love to have one, but Japanese address numbers work a bit differently...

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