Tag Archive: Vertical Mailboxes

How to Buy Commercial Mailboxes – Guide for New Buyers

August 11, 2017
In this post our mailbox experts will explain how to buy commercial mailboxes plus explore some of the commercial mailbox types. Commercial mailboxes are uniquely designed to accommodate centralized mail distribution systems in business, educational, and commercial settings. If you… View Article

Choosing Vertical Mailboxes for Your Renovation Project

January 3, 2017
Three Key Mistakes to Avoid with Vertical Mailboxes In this article, the mailbox experts at The MailboxWorks provide guidance to sidestep the most common three mistakes made when selecting commercial vertical mailboxes for a renovation project. Construction project managers and architects… View Article

Florence Vertical Mailbox Replacement Information

April 27, 2016
Florence vertical mailbox replacement is an ideal option for managers and property developers looking for a low cost, high impact way of increasing tenant retention and updating or replacing their existing old and tired vertical mailboxes during renovations. Available at The… View Article

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.

The MailboxWork’s Auth Florence Line of Commercial Mailboxes

June 11, 2012
Auth Florence mailboxes are available for a wide variety of commercial mailbox applications. This article is a primer for architects and developers who want to familiarize themselves with The MailboxWork’s Auth Florence mailboxes line.

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.