Community Spotlight: The Anchorage

Estes Designs takes the stress out of logistics with a customer-focused approach.

Updating curb appeal is one way communities entice potential buyers and add value to existing residents. However, with all the maintenance the goes into managing a community, how can a neighborhood update their look quickly and cost-effectively?

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How to enhance your community’s curb appeal

An Estes Designs mailbox puts the finishing touch on your beautiful community. A sleek and uniform look can make all the difference in the curb appeal of a community. Mailboxes are used almost every day, and are a convenient and critical resource for your community. However, with so many daily distractions, the wear and tear of a mailbox is easy to overlook.

With summer upon us, there has never been a better time to refurbish or replace your existing mailboxes. Estes Designs Mailbox and Streetscapes will work with you to come up with a plan and product that is perfect for your community based on your needs.

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Lunch and Learn with Sentry Management

We love talking to people. In fact, that is one of reasons that Estes Designs Mailboxes and Streetscapes is so customer friendly!

Recently, we hosted a lunch and learn for Sentry Management in Indianapolis. We talked about the pain points the management team has around ensuring their communities always look their best. However, with all the tasks a property manager has, mailboxes, street signs and mailbox posts can sometimes fall by the wayside. It turns out, for many property managers, the reason they need Estes Designs is the fact that we are so customer focused and driven to make their job as easy as possible.

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How to Repair a Leaning Mailbox Post

Mailbox posts inevitably start to lean and loosen over time.

This post movement can be from a soil erosion, rotting wood beneath the ground, physical damage to the post – such as a vehicle hitting it – or a poor original installation. No matter the reason, here’s how you can fix your leaning mailbox post.

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