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A Primer on Florence 1400 Series 4B+ Horizontal Mailboxes

June 19, 2017
For developers and property managers that are dealing with centralized mail delivery systems and need to replace broken or outdated horizontal mailboxes, their best options are USPS approved, 1400 Series, front loading Florence 4B+ mailboxes with A doors. Designed specifically… View Article

What Are Gang Mailboxes?

April 13, 2017
Designed to reduce United States Postal Service delivery costs, USPS gang mailboxes have multiple applications and are quickly becoming the de facto centralized mailbox delivery system of choice as: HOA Home Owner Association Mailboxes Industrial Park Mailboxes University & College… View Article

A Primer for Anyone Purchasing Apartment Horizontal Mailboxes

December 29, 2014
Horizontal mailboxes are called horizontal because the doors of the tenant mailboxes are larger horizontally than vertically. Yet, there are many other unique aspects to horizontal mailboxes that purchasing agents should consider.

4C Mailboxes: 3 Location Considerations

October 7, 2013
Use the 3 tips in this article to determine the best location for installing your 4C mailbox suites, which can have a positive impact on tenant satisfaction and retention rates.

Mounting Options for Versatile 4C Mailboxes

October 23, 2012
Regardless of the installation challenges one faces for the installation of commercial 4C mailboxes, the surface mounted 4C mailboxes and the Vario shelter mailbox installation options provide contractors and builders with excellent alternatives to recessing 4C mailbox units into a wall.

A Primer on Apartment Mailboxes: Four Primary Choices

July 23, 2012
Apartment mailboxes are not all the same. They can be ordered in one of four different options: front-loading 4C mailboxes, rear-loading 4C mailboxes, CBU mailboxes (pedestal mounted cluster mailbox units), and vertical apartment mailboxes.

Consider These 4 Factors When Buying Apartment Mailboxes

May 29, 2012
Developers and architects can significantly improve their apartment complex functionality and tenant retention by considering four key factors in the purchase of apartment mailboxes including mailbox location, security, size and style.

US Postal Service: A Primer on Apartment Mailboxes

April 16, 2012
When choosing residential or commercial apartment mailboxes, developers and project managers can determine the best apartment mailbox style for their apartment building complex by first answering three key questions.

Multi Tenant Mailbox Placement: Four Important Safety Factors

September 26, 2011
By locating your property’s commercial mailboxes in a circular or “U-grouping”, providing a well-lit area for these commercial mailbox groupings, ensuring that tenant identification numerals on the mailbox compartments do not correspond with the tenant units themselves, and by specifying extra high security units for commercial mailbox solutions that require CBU mailboxes, a developer or property manager can provide better tenant security and by default, increased tenant retention.

How to Number CBU Cluster Mailboxes

July 5, 2011
Best practices for numbering your CBU mailboxes are to avoid matching tenant unit numbers with tenant mailbox door identification numbers, to use simple and easy to communicate numbers so that tenants can share their address easily, and to consider the numbering as a part of the design elements of the CBU units to maximize attractiveness.

Mounting Options for 4C Commercial Mailboxes – Part 2

May 17, 2011
A key consideration in mounting a std 4c mailbox is where to locate it in the complex. While one trend is to centralize the units, in this article The MailboxWork’s experts share the values of multiple centralized locations for the 4c mailboxes.

Mounting Options for 4C Commercial Mailboxes – Part 1

May 10, 2011
A key consideration in mounting a std 4c mailbox is where to locate it in the complex. One trend is to create a common space where tenants can establish relationships among each other and hence lift tenant retention rates for the apartment or building owners.

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