Made to order stainless steel house number plaques in Gill Sans font with back lit LEDs. These are bespoke, high quality products designed and assembled here in the UK. The image of the 35a shows a plaque with an anthracite grey coating which can be added to your cart here
Your house number plaque will be laser cut from 304 grade 3mm thick brushed stainless steel, with a 5mm frosted acrylic backing plate. and high quality long lasting LED units. These prices include an IP rated outdoor hardwire driver and courier delivery to the UK. We will contact you with an image of your particular number combination to approve before production.
The plaque will be supplied with hidden fixings for wood or masonry, which allow it to stand-off from the wall and for the light to flood the area at the back of the number. Your plaque will be delivered with complete instructions for installation into the mains electricity supply. We recommend that they are installed by a qualified electrician.
LEDs provide the combined benefit of low energy consumption and long life. The LEDs we use on these numbers are suitable for outside use in all weather conditions. Our LEDs come in Cool White (6000 Kelvin), Warm White (3000 Kelvin) or Blue. Please use the drop down menu to order your LED colour or contact us if you require anything different.
Can illuminated house numbers or name plates be used with a dimmer? There are not enough LED modules on our illuminated numbers and small backlit plaques to produce an “efficiency curve” necessary to dim the modules successfully. This is because at 0.25 watts each they do not make up enough total wattage for the minimum load requirement of a dimmable driver which is 6 -7 watts.
one or two digits - 150mm high * 200mm wide
three digits - 150mm high * 250mm wide
OUR ILLUMINARED HOUSE NUMBERS REQUIRE INSTALLATION INTO THE MAINS ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AND WE WOULD RECOMMEND THAT THEY ARE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN
PLEASE NOTE: Our LED Illuminated products can only be supplied to the UK and Ireland due to limitations on adapting these products for use with overseas electrical supplies.