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The standard height for a curbside mailbox is 41 to 45 inches above the ground, according to the U.S. Postal Service. For locations that have raised curbs, the box sits 6 to 8 inches away from the curb. More »

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Brick mailbox designs are standard metal postal mailboxes enclosed inside stylized brick masonry structures, which are a stylish alternative to traditional wooden or metal posts. These mailboxes commonly appear as straig... More »

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The United States Postal Service recommends that mailboxes be 41-45 inches off of the ground and 6-8 inches back from the curb with a minimum recommendation of 4 feet off the ground for those people living in the city. T... More »

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According to the United States Postal Service, a mailbox should be positioned between 41 and 45 inches above the ground level. A mailbox should also be placed between six and eight inches back from the street curb. More »

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Brick mailbox designs are standard metal postal mailboxes enclosed inside stylized brick masonry structures, which are a stylish alternative to traditional wooden or metal posts. These mailboxes commonly appear as straig... More »

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UPS SurePost is a service provided by UPS that uses the UPS ground network to perform most of the shipping and then uses the United States Postal Service to make the final delivery to the customer's mailbox. It is an eco... More »

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To install a wall mounted mailbox, choose the right location, get postmaster approval and use the correct hardware to mount. Factors to consider when mounting a mailbox include protection from the elements, visibility an... More »

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