One of the most common reasons that people contact us here at Addresses of Distinction is to buy replacement brass numbers for their mailbox. While brass numbers offer a classic timeless look, over time they can fade or tarnish and need to be replaced. But more often mailboxes numbers need to be replaced simply because they fall off and get lost. Sometimes, homeowners are looking to upgrade their mailbox numbers from previously installed mailbox number stickers or upgrade from plastic faux brass numbers to the real thing. Mailboxes are often the first thing that people see when arriving at your home, since they will be looking at the mailbox for the address. If your mailbox is missing a number or has cheap, damaged, or faded numbers, will give your guests a bad impression of your home. Don't spend all day cleaning and preparing your home for guests and then let them have a bad impression before they even walk through the door. Having easy to read mailbox numbers is critically important for helping letter carriers, delivery drivers, visitors, and even emergency services find your home. Brass numbers are a great option since they are upscale and elegant and have a natural reflectivity that makes them easy to read both during the day and at night. When you need to replace the brass numbers on your mailbox, we are your best source because, as with the rest of our products, we offer the highest the highest quality brass numbers and mailbox number adhesive. The unique adhesive that we use has proven to last for up to ten years, giving our customers years of worry-free use. We offer two different styles of brass numbers. The bold, modern AOD style 2 inch brass numbers and the classic Williamsburg style, available in two inch brass numbers and three inch brass numbers. When ordering your new house numbers, you will have the option of adding our adhesive to your order, which we highly recommend since adhering your new mailbox numbers with our adhesive will prevent you from having to replace the numbers again for up to ten years.