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    Guide To Build And Mailbox Height Requirements

    Knowing the required height requirements for your mailbox is imperative, if you want to adhere to the requirements set out by the postal bodies of your country. Each postal carrier body has rules set in place to make the delivery of mail and parcels easier for government employees as well as employees of private mail carriers. They must follow the same requirements as produced mailboxes so that anyone can easily and quickly access your mail. Furthermore, if you are not sure of the height of the mailbox for your DIY mailbox, then you should make sure that you build one that meets your country’s postal requirements. Mailbox Height Requirements and Guidelines…

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    Standard Mailbox Height For Your House

    Are you interested in making your mailbox? If yes, then a standard mailbox is the best choice for you. However, it is not easy to make one without understanding the correct specification of what you need. Therefore, knowing the standard mailbox height is essential because it is one of the requirements when buying or making a mailbox. Here is what to look for in a mailbox. Requirements for Exterior Environment Mailboxes The bottom height of the standard mailbox can be 41 inches or low and not higher than 45 inches from the ground. The mailbox that is positioned too high or too low can be a disadvantage to both the…

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    How To Replace A Broken Granite Mailbox Post

    This article will address how to replace granite mailbox posts that are broken. The first step to replace the Granite Mailbox Post is to source new posts. You need the same size posts to match existing posts on the property.  Dig out the Post: The goal is to dig down to the bottom of the post and then lift out the broken base. It is easier said than done. First, you have to excavate and remove the grass and sprinkler heads located at each post and bent them back out of the way. Try to save the grass chucks with the intent of reusing them later. Then you need digging…