Walk up mail delivery is still the preferred way to receive your mail but if you have this service, locking mailboxes are essential. It’s convenient and even nostalgic but you still need to keep your mail safe.
Unfortunately, mail and identity theft have become a part of our modern life. To keep your mail safe and private, MailboxWorks offers locking mailboxes including locking post mount, locking curbside and locking wall mount mailboxes.
Most residential mailbox manufacturers like Florence Manufacturing, Gaines, and Whitehall manufacture locking residential mailboxes for private use. The classic looking pedestal mailboxes and the more traditional post mount locking mailboxes are still very popular.
Here are some examples of our curbside, post mount residential locking mailboxes that can add instant curb appeal to your home.
Classic Locking Mailbox with Post
Victorian Pedestal Locking Mailbox
A locking wall mount mailbox located just outside your front door will not only keep your mail safe but also help you avoid having to brave the elements to receive your mail.
There are plenty of classic, decorative, and contemporary locking wall mount mailboxes to choose from as well including the Soho Wall Mount Locking Mailbox. MailboxWorks even carries locking townhouse wall mount mailbox options.
Most early mailboxes were not locking mailboxes. In older established communities where many heritage homes have traditional curbside mailboxes or older wall mount mailboxes, most are non-locking.
If you have a Gaines Keystone mailbox, Gaines makes a very good Locking Mailbox Insert for their standard mailboxes, designed to keep your mail secure and safe.
MailboxWorks also carries Column Mount Locking Mailboxes and wall mount mailbox inserts like the Optional Locking Mailbox Insert for the Gaines Maple Leaf wall mount mailbox.
Many people today work from home. For a successful home business, however, a residential locking mailbox may simply not be sufficient. Consider installing a commercial locking waterproof mailbox such as:
Auth Florence 4C Locking Mailboxes
Oasis Locking Drop Box with Post
Curbside Locking Mailbox
The United States Postal Service (USPS) first started approving locking mailboxes back in 2001. Today most residential mailboxes are available as locking mailboxes or come with optional locking mailbox inserts.
Ask us about locking mailboxes for sale or our available locking mailbox inserts.
For more information about Mailboxes or our locking mailbox options, or for help with any of our mailbox products, Contact MailboxWorks or call toll free at (866) 717-4943.