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What Should I Do If My Mailbox Gets Damaged?

Mailboxes, especially curbside residential boxes, are prone to damage from vehicles or vandals. Often, a damaged or destroyed mailbox is simply an accident caused by icy roads or a vehicle losing control. Thankfully, curbside mailboxes are designed to collapse when struck by vehicles, minimizing the damage to the vehicle itself and minimizing the risk of […]

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Can I Install My Own Residential Mailbox?

All residential mailboxes can be installed as a do-it-yourself project so long as you understand the regulations that you must follow when installing. For wall-mounted mailboxes, it is only necessary to ensure the mailbox is in an easy-to-see, easy-to-access location such as near your front door. Using mounting hardware, the wall-mounted unit is simply drilled […]

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Can Residential Mailboxes Be Customized?

All residential mailbox types can be customized, and many residents use them to improve a home’s curbside appeal as the mailbox is part of a home’s first impression. The right mailbox can even help to improve a home’s value to prospective buyers. There are a variety of single and multi-unit residential mailbox types to choose […]

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Are There Different Kinds of Residential Mailboxes?

Yes. A residential mailbox is any type of mailbox that accepts USPS delivery for a residence or several residences. For the purpose of this FAQ, post mailboxes, multi-unit mailboxes, and wall mounted mailboxes will be discussed even though other types of mailboxes such as CBU’s, mail slots, and 4C horizontal mailboxes also accept residential delivery. […]