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5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Cluster Mailbox Unit

Friday December 07, 2018

The advent of cluster mailbox units has revolutionized the way in which we send and receive mail. Known as a CBU, the United States Postal Service (USPS) prefers them over curbside mailboxes because they are easier to manage. But if you're planning to invest in a CBU for a residential community or property that you manage, you should consider the five following things.

What Size Curbside Mailbox Do I Need? Things to Consider When Choosing a Size

Monday December 03, 2018

When choosing a curbside mailbox, it's important to consider the size. Curbside mailboxes are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from small to extra-large. So, what size should you get?

Mailbox Refurbishment: How to Revitalize Your Curbside Mailbox

Wednesday November 28, 2018

If the exterior of your community's curbside mailboxes are showing signs of chipping or flaking off, perhaps it's time to consider a refurbishment. Replacing your old, worn mailbox is always an option, but there are alternative to get a little more use out of your mailbox systems.

5 Benefits of Wayfinding Signage for Your Residential Community

Friday November 16, 2018

When developing a residential community, it's important that high-quality wayfinding signage is used. From small rural neighborhoods to densely populated metropolitan neighborhoods, the right wayfinding signage can improve a residential community in several ways.

The Dos and Don'ts of Installing a Curbside Mailbox

Friday November 09, 2018

Are you planning to install one or more curbside mailbox systems? Although a mailbox essential to connecting residential households with the outside world, the United States Postal Service (USPS) isn't responsible for installing or maintaining curbside mailboxes for residents, so this is something that you'll need to do yourself. Here are a few dos and don'ts to follow when installing a curbside mailbox.

Looking Back at the History of Mailboxes

Friday November 02, 2018

Also known as a letterbox, mailboxes play an important role in keeping citizens and businesses connected. Even before the advent of the modern mail delivery service, there were couriers would would hand-deliver written messages and packages. As the need for mail increased, it eventually led to the formation of the United States Postal Service (USPS) and the modern mailbox. However, there's a long, rich history behind mailboxes that often goes unnoticed.

How Decorative Street Signs Can Enhance Your Community

Monday October 15, 2018

If you're faced with the task of maintaining the aesthetic of your community, don't underestimate the value of decorative street signs. From stop signs and speed limit signs to street name signs and community message boards, decorative signage can be the perfect addition to your community. They inject a new visual style into the community that's simply not achieved with generic signs. So, why exactly should you use decorative signs in your community?

What Are Cluster Mailbox Units?

Tuesday October 09, 2018

Used by thousands of apartments, condos, neighborhoods and other residential communities, cluster mailbox units are often preferred over traditional curbside units. They offer a simple, secure and convenient way for residents to check their mail. But unless you're familiar with mailboxes, you might be wondering what exactly a cluster unit is, let alone whether it's right for your residential community.

The Benefits of Choosing an Aluminum Curbside Mailbox

Friday October 05, 2018

Aluminum is often the preferred material used to make mailboxes. From single-dwelling curbside mailboxes to multi-unit mailboxes, this otherwise common metal offers several key benefits. So, if you’re planning to replace your mailbox in the near future, you consider choosing an aluminum model for the following reasons.

4 Signs It's Time to Upgrade Your Community's Mailboxes

Wednesday October 03, 2018

A mailbox is more than just a drop-off location for you and your family’s mail; it’s an essential element of your home’s curb appeal. It adds new color and designs that compliment your home’s exterior as well as its landscape. Over time, however, mailboxes will degrade and need replacing. So, how do you know when it’s time to upgrade your mailbox?