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Mailbox and Post Combos
Here you will find decorative residential mailboxes and post combos by well-established brands like Gaines, Qualarc, Bobi, Ecco, and Whitehall.
The MailboxWorks is the largest online distributor of residential mailboxes. Our inventory includes mailbox post combos in a variety of styles and colors, as well as locking and non-locking options. Whether you are a homeowner or a residential builder, we trust you will find the right configuration to fit your exact needs.
Classic Mailbox and Post Set
Many homeowners, homeowner associations (HOAs), and builders want classic mailbox styles such as bronze or copper Victorian mailboxes. The MailboxWorks carries a full lineup of post mount mailboxes by Whitehall Products, Architectural Mailboxes, and Gaines Manufacturing
For those seeking the clean lines of modern aluminum or stainless steel styles, we offer contemporary curbside mailboxes by Bobi, Capella, Ecco, and European Home. If you are looking for mail security, most modern packages are available with locking features. You can also purchase a dVault brand if mail theft is a concern in your area. And for those just wanting to make the postal carrier laugh, we also a wide variety of novelty-style mailboxes.
Many mailbox packages provide a wide array of custom features such as address panels, locking features, post cuffs (to hide unsightly concrete pours), plus newspaper holders and finials.
Additionally, for homeowners concerned about package delivery, parcel delivery drop boxes are also available. These can be post-mounted or installed in a masonry or stone column. The dVault models allow the postal carrier to deliver packages and mail without a key and yet secure the mail until the homeowner is ready to retrieve it.
Multi-Unit Mailboxes on a Single Post
Mailboxes with posts can be purchased as double or multi-mount mailboxes by homeowner associations and builders. Such multi-unit mailbox and post combinations provide significant labor and material cost savings to developers and HOAs by installing multiple mailboxes on a single post or dual post.
FAQ on Post Mount Mailboxes
What is a post mounted mailbox?
Most roadside rural mailboxes are post mounted mailboxes, but they can also be found in urban communities that still receive curbside mail delivery. A post mounted mailbox can non-locking or locking (to prevent mail theft) and the mailbox post can either be installed in-ground or bolted onto a concrete surface.
How much does a mailbox post cost?
Mailbox post prices can vary quite a bit depending on the type of mailbox post you need, how it will be installed, and whether you install it yourself or not. Wooden mailbox posts can be less expensive and are generally installed into a hole in the ground whereas metal and aluminum mailbox posts may cost more and are normally bolted onto a concrete pad.
Does a mailbox post need concrete?
Yes, pouring concrete into the post hole will help secure an in-ground mailbox post and also protect wooden posts from rot. Above ground metal and aluminum mailbox posts are generally bolted to a concrete pad that has been pre-set with anchor bolts.
How deep does a mailbox post have to be?
When digging a hole to install a wooden in-ground mailbox post, USPS suggests that the post hole be no more than 2 feet deep. Once installed, the top of the curbside mailbox must be between 41” and 45” above the ground surface and the mailbox post between 6” and 8” in from the curb.
What side of the road do I put my mailbox?
In North America, roadside post mount mailboxes must be easily accessible for mail carriers. Install curbside mailboxes on the right-hand side of the road and on the far side of a driveway in the direction of the vehicle traffic.
Regardless of which residential combo you choose, you can feel rest assured by purchasing from the nation’s largest online retailer of mailboxes and posts. We’ve been helping homeowners since 1989.
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