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All of our Imperial Mailbox Systems are made of Rust Free Long lasting Aluminum

Maintenance Mailboxes take a beating from the weather, so we recommend an annual mailbox checkup to avoid damage to your mail or difficulty identifying your address.

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  Black Imperial Mailbox Systems ship every Tuesday and Thursday others 3 to 4 weeks

U.S.P.S  Mailbox Guidelines 2017

Installing the Post The best mailbox supports are stable but bend or fall away if a car hits them. The Federal Highway Administration recommends:

A 4" x 4" wooden support or a 2"-diameter standard steel or aluminum pipe.
Avoid unyielding and potentially dangerous supports, like heavy metal pipes, concrete posts, and farm equipment (e.g., milk cans filled with concrete).
Bury your post no more than 24" deep.

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IMPERIAL MAILBOXES ARE THE BEST MAILBOX AROUND. EASY INSTALLATION
AND INSTRUCTIONS IN EVERY IMPERIAL MAILBOX

Installing a New Mailbox Look for Postmaster General's Seal Every new mailbox design should be reviewed and receive the Postmaster General’s (PMG) seal of approval before it goes to market. If you opt to construct your own mailbox, it must meet the same standards as manufactured boxes, so show the plans to your local postmaster for approval.

Tighten loose hinges on the door
Take care of rusty or loose parts
Replace missing or faded house numbers
Keep the path to your mailbox clear

Placing the MailboxHere are some helpful guidelines to follow when installing your mailbox:

Position your mailbox 41" to 45" from the road surface to the bottom of the mailbox or point of mail entry.
Place your mailbox 6" to 8" back from the curb. If you do not have a raised curb, contact your local postmaster for guidance.
Put your house or apartment number on the mailbox.
If your mailbox is on a different street from your house or apartment, put your full street address on the box.
If you are attaching the box to your house, make sure the postal carrier can reach it easily from your sidewalk, steps, or porch.