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MrfixitDad

01:41PM | 03/05/05
Member Since: 03/04/05
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Hi everyone, I am new here, so sorry if this is in the wrong spot. I just bought my first house and it has new siding that the last owner put on last year. I was looking for a way to mount my street numbers without having to drill any holes in the siding and came across these hooks. [URL]http://www.sidinghook.com[/URL]. Has anyone tried or had any success with these? They look easy enough to use.

Thanks for any advice with these.

MrfixitDad

11:37AM | 03/21/05
Member Since: 03/04/05
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I went ahead and ordered the hooks and they are fantastic! Very simple installation and rock solid once they are in place. It's nice to be able to move the stuff around too.

This really came into play when I put the numbers up where I wanted them and then after a couple of days, I (my wife) changed my mind and thought about how nice it was to not have to worry about patching anything and having the ability to "move on the fly" if you will.

Highly recommended to anyone having the same dilema as me.
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