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Effortlessly Enhance your Custom Transom Address Numbers

Add Your Street Name or One of our Classic Accents To add some panache to your bespoke custom transom address numbers, consider adding your street name or one of our classic address accents. This will make your home address numbers truly unique. These address numbers will be the crown jewel of your home, so if you're going to do it – do it. The Jones' will wish they did as well. Adding the street name all depends on the name itself. An exceptionally long street name may end up being too small or take up too much space. By contrast,...

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The Perfect Transom Numbers for the Style of your Washington DC Home

Homes in Washington DC sport a wide range of architectural styles. This blog post explores the various types and why custom transom address numbers are well suited for them all. The Federal style looks exactly like it sounds- noo-frills and utilitarian in design. Many date back to the early 19th century. Most have a transom window, or fan light. Adding modest custom transom address numbers would be a beautiful accent to an otherwise unremarkable row home, and help it stand out from the rest. A good fit would be brushed silver, pewter or copper vinyl address numbers. We'd recommend a...

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Holiday Shopping is Upon Us!

This year, it's all about a return to tangible items, as well as home goods or things that can be used at home. Our custom transom address numbers fit that trend to a T! If you're looking for a unique Christmas or Hannukah gift for family and friends, look no further than Philly Transom! Address numbers make a wonderful, unique gift for a spouse, family, friends- especially a new homeowner! They are an economical way to level up the curb appeal of any home. Our address numbers are perfect for even those without transom windows, as they can be used...

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How to Pick the Right Font for your Custom Home Address Numbers

One of the most common questions we get when consulting with clients on their transom address numbers is "What font should I use?". When choosing your font ( aka typeface), there is no one correct answer, however below are some things to consider.

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The Crown Jewel

Looking to sell your home in the city? Here's a simple way to make a great first impression and improve your home's curb appe

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