What Multi-Mount Mailboxes Does Your HOA Need?

December 13, 2016 9:26 pm by

Gaines Eagle Keystone Mailbox Pentad PostThree Tips for Buying Homeowners Association Mailboxes

Choosing residential mailboxes for your homeowner’s association can be a daunting task. You must not only find homeowner association mailboxes that please your homeowners but also ones that meet the financial constraints set by your HOA board.

Here are three tips you can use to help you find the perfect residential, multi mount, HOA mailboxes for your homeowner’s association:

  1. Consider the subdivision lot sizes
  2. Choose the style, features and colors that homeowners need and want
  3. Buy from a reputable residential mailbox supplier

Choose the Right Multi Mount Mailboxes for the Lot Sizes

Before shopping for homeowner association mailboxes, consider the impact of the average lot size in your addition or subdivision. Some developments have very small 0.15 acre lots and typically build narrow homes that take up the majority of each homeowner’s land.  Other subdivisions offer estate-sized lots that can range from one to ten acres per lot. Obviously, the lot size will affect the choice of multi family mailboxes you buy.

Small To Medium Lot Sizes – If your lot sizes are a half-acre or less, you can take advantage of multi-mount mailboxes designed to hold up to five HOA mailboxes per single or dual post; for instance, take a look at the Gaines Keystone Multi Mount Mailboxes, available at The Mailboxworks. Small to medium size lots are perfect candidates for multi mount mailboxes that offer four or five mailboxes per grouping, since they can be mounted within a short walk from any of the residential lots they serve.

Larger Lot Sizes & Acreages – If your homeowners association is comprised of larger lot sizes (an acre or more), then it might be best to install multi mount mailboxes with no more than two or three mailboxes per post.

Mailboss Mailbox Quad Mount PostA Mailbox Expert Can Help You Choose Styles and Features

The four most common concerns that homeowners voice about their HOA mailboxes are:

  1. The mailbox size
  2. Whether it is a locking mailbox or not
  3. The mailbox color
  4. The mailbox style and features

When buying homeowner association mailboxes from The MailboxWorks, our mailbox experts can help you choose the multi mount mailbox size, style and color, as well as the security features you need to keep your homeowners happy so that your HOA is fielding compliments rather than complaints.

For instance, if your homeowners receive a lot of mail or deliveries, you might want to consider the Mail Boss Dual, triple or quad multi mount mailboxes, or the Oasis Medium Locking Mailboxes.

Gaines Dual Classic Pedestal MailboxBuy Multi Mount Mailboxes from a Reliable Vendor

Homeowner association mailboxes can be a significant purchase for many HOAs so working with and buying from a reputable residential multi mount mailbox supplier like The Mailboxworks can not only save you money, but also help you avoid buyer’s remorse.

Depending on how and where they are mounted, homeowner association mailboxes can be easily damaged by snow plows, cars, or vandalism. A reputable mailbox vendor will not only help you save money and choose the right multi mount mailboxes for your needs, but they will also guide you to ensure the proper installation and placement of your new homeowner association mailboxes. For instance, did you know you should always check with your local postmaster or post office to get their input before you purchase and install your homeowner association’s multi mount mailboxes?

Need Help Choosing Homeowner Association mailboxes?

The MailboxWorks has been providing American businesses and homeowners with mailboxes since 1989 and our Chicago location is perfectly situated to ship mailboxes (and replacement parts) quickly, affordably, and to anywhere in North America.

If you need help placing an order or if you have any questions or concerns about homeowner association mailboxes, please call and speak with our mailbox experts toll free at 1-800-824-9985 or contact us through our online contact form.

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