If you have decided on what kind of mailbox you need and chosen which type of wood to use for your post, the next decision is how you will display your address on the side of the box. A couple of options for address lettering and numbering are to paint them on or place them on with a stick-on.
In the future, the postal service may require you to walk a bit farther than the end of your driveway to retrieve your mail. As costs are increasing for the United States Postal Service, they are searching for ways to reduce expenses and ensure mail delivery remains available to all. One way the USPS
Estes Designs Mailbox & Streetscapes is a division of Estes Design and Manufacturing. Our company does not just follow a customer service policy, but rather a “philosophy” that establishes four focuses for improving business processes and customer experience. Our philosophy is to manufacture
Did you know Estes Designs does more than install mailboxes? Estes Designs Mailbox & Streetscapes is a division of Estes Design & Manufacturing which is a long established sheet metal fabrication shop in Indianapolis. Take a virtual tour of our facility.
There’s a new trend in the mailbox industry…it’s called the Cluster Box Unit (or CBU). As you can see from the picture above, a USPS approved CBU has several mailboxes in one unit. So why the change? Installing CBU has many benefits for all parties involved.
Estes Designs Mailbox & Streetscapes recognizes that mailboxes are one of the most likely places in which identity theft can occur. Providing a protective covering for mail is not enough to ensure its security from individuals wishing to steal private documentation or other valuables that do not belong
Mailboxes handle a lot of wear and tear due to weather and daily use. As a result, mailbox doors can loosen and fail to shut over a period of time. This is a problem for potential mail and identity theft but also for rain and snow elements making their way into the box and thusly into your mail.
Estes Designs Mailbox & Streetscapes recognizes that powder coated mailboxes have numerous benefits over conventional “wet” paint. Powder coating is the spray application of a dry powder onto a metal base. The powder then adheres to the metal with an electrostatic charge and is finally cured with heat.