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 How to Make a Steel Mailbox Post?

Answer A steel post for your mailbox can help make it sturdier and more secure, protecting it from wear and anyone who may try to knock the mailbox down as a joke. Building such a post, however, is not as... Read More »
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How to Make a Swivel Mailbox Post?

Postal regulations say roadside mailboxes must be set back just 6 to 8 inches from the roadway. That means you have to go close to the road, or even out into the roadway, to get your mail. On heavi... Read More »
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What should the height of a mailbox post be?

The height of your mailbox post should be between 41 and 45 inches from road level. If curbs or uneven natural landscape prevent this, you need to contact your local postmaster to have your mailbox... Read More »
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Where do you place a mailbox post?

According to the United States Postal Service, a mailbox should be installed on the right-hand side of the road, 6 to 8 inches back from the edge of the curb. You may need to install the post sever... Read More »
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How to Find a Post Office Mailbox?

Once upon a time, it seemed that there were United States Postal Service mailboxes everywhere--you know, those friendly blue metal containers, where you can slip a letter into the inky blackness. W... Read More »
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