Commercial Cluster Mailboxes for Sale
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Cluster Box Unit Mailboxes
Outdoor USPS approved, pedestal mounted cluster mailboxes (aka cluster box mailboxes or CBU mailboxes) are the most popular cluster box units in use today. These cluster box units are commonly utilized in residential complexes that have centralized mail delivery systems. The MailboxWorks carries a large selection of highly secure Florence cluster mailboxes in black, dark bronze, postal grey, or sandstone. You can order them in 8 door, 12 door, 13 door, and 16 door configurations. We also carry outdoor Florence parcel lockers for sale and Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3 Bommer mailboxes.
Commercial Cluster Mailbox Applications
These commercial cluster box mailboxes are ideal for use in apartment buildings and other multi-family residential complexes. Freestanding cluster mailboxes also make a great commercial mailbox solution for many types of business applications. NDCBU industrial and military complexes as well as college and university campus mailboxes.
Florence Cluster Mailboxes for New Construction
Florence cluster box units are now the USPS standard for all commercial mailboxes. That means that all commercial mailbox manufacturers have to follow the same design standard as found in Auth Florence Manufacturing’s F-series cluster mailboxes.
You can buy USPS approved cluster box mailboxes with 8, 12, 13, or 16 standard mailbox compartments. Additional features include:
• 1 outgoing mail compartment
• 1 or 2 parcel delivery compartments (depending on the unit)
• Mailbox pedestal post (with mounting hardware)
• 3 Keys per mailbox door
• Cluster box unit installation manual
See our cluster box units PDF guide for full features and options.
Florence Manufacturing CBU cluster mailboxes also come with great personalization options. These include powder coat paint finishes, custom engraving, and various decorative options to dress up the cluster box mailbox units. The Mailboxworks also provides a great selection of Florence cluster mailbox replacement parts.
Florence Outdoor Parcel Lockers
Florence parcel delivery lockers are designed for secure outdoor use. Many commercial businesses, as well as on college and university campuses that receive large packages utilize them. The tough, scratch resistant, powder coat finish offers excellent protection, even in the most extreme weather conditions. Florence parcel lockers also feature welded construction and over-locking seams that not only meet all USPS standards but also help keep them vandal proof.
Bommer Cluster Mailboxes for Replacement & Private Use
Bommer NDCBU mailboxes are pedestal cluster mailbox units that have been decertified by the USPS. As long as your postmaster approves, Bommer mailboxes may only be used to replace existing pedestal mount cluster box mailbox units of the same style. Since Bommer Industries’ aluminum frames and doors provide ample security, this is a simple solution for quick mailbox replacement. Bommer Industries also markets these Bommer cluster mailboxes for private mail delivery and are available as:
a. Type 1 – 8 door NDCBU mailboxes
b. Type 2 – 12 door NDCBU mailboxes
c. Type 3 – 16 door NDCBU mailboxes
If you have older Bommer mailboxes and need parts, the Mailboxworks also offers a line of Bommer mailbox replacement parts for the 6700 series NDCBU mailboxes.
Buy Cluster Mailboxes Online
To learn more about our full line of cluster mailboxes for sale, or for help configuring what you need, contact our mailbox experts at The MailboxWorks today:
Call Toll Free: (866) 717-4943
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Cluster Mailbox FAQs
Can I mount my cluster mailboxes on a wall?
No. Florence Manufacturing has designed cluster mailboxes only as pedestal mounted mailboxes. Your manufacturer’s warranty may be VOID if you do not mount your cluster mailbox units on the factory supplied mailbox pedestal. Please refer to our Mailboxworks cluster mailboxes installation instructions.
The Mailboxworks also offers cluster mailbox installation services to clients that are located in and around the Greater Chicago area.
Do I have to notify USPS before I install my cluster mailboxes?
Yes. Only the United States Postal Service has the authority to dictate how and where your cluster mailboxes can be installed so always contact your local USPS office before installation.
How come the outgoing mailbox on my cluster mailboxes doesn’t have a lock?
These master locks are called “Arrow Locks” and can only be installed by the United States Postal Service (USPS).
How do I open the USPS parcel locker on my cluster mailboxes?
The parcel lockers on cluster mailboxes come with what is called a “captive lock.” A captive lock is designed so that once a tenant inserts the parcel locker key; the tenant cannot remove the key. The key can only be removed by the USPS mail carrier on their next visit. If a tenant has a parcel delivery, the USPS carrier will place the parcel locker key and instructions inside the tenant mailbox. The tenant then uses the parcel locker key to retrieve their parcel and the key remains in the parcel locker lock until the postal carrier retrieves it.
The Mailboxworks also carries standalone outdoor parcel lockers for sale.
What if I need new locks for the cluster mailbox doors?
If your mailbox door keys are lost or stolen, or if your tenant moves out and you need new cluster mailbox locks, you can order them from The Mailboxworks by calling (866) 717-4943 or contact us online.
Can cluster mailboxes be used for private mail delivery services?
Yes. For private mail delivery services, your cluster mailboxes will need a private master conversion lock (CK25750) installed on the cluster box unit master door and on the unit’s parcel locker. Private master conversion locks (CK25750) can be ordered through The Mailboxworks.
Where can I order cluster mailbox replacement parts?
The Mailboxworks carries a variety of cluster mailbox replacement parts. Please call (866) 717-4943 or send us an email to request the part you need.
Does The MailboxWorks sell used cluster mailboxes?
No. The MailboxWorks only stocks and sells new cluster mailboxes.