Historically, mailboxes have been the domain of the Europeans, in particular Germany. This is no surprise since virtually every home in Europe has a letter box or mailbox either at the end of their driveway or in the entrance lobby to their apartment block. Subsequently, virtually every European country has at least one mailbox manufacturer.
As you would expect from the nation’s leading manufacturer and supplier of banks of quality
Over the past ten years, there has been a steady rise of keyless door entry systems incorporated into blocks of flats and apartments. Advances in technology has seen a variety of ingenious touchpads, keypads and key fob entry systems being used by developers to ensure the safety of residents and to keep apartment blocks secure.
It has long been a hot topic for those living in rural areas, that of access to postal services and post boxes. During these times of austerity, the Royal Mail has been guilty of
Post Boxes UK, the nations most progressive manufacturer of banks of letter boxes and mailboxes, is proud to announce it has recently won an order to supply a bank of thirty five post boxes to a developer in the South West. Whilst this may seem nothing out of the ordinary, this was not the first
It happens every year with the predictability of the tide. And every year, it causes major headaches for contractors and developers alike. And yet the annual two to four week factory shutdowns during August of most European post box manufacturers is completely avoidable with a little planning. Preparation, preparation, preparation Post Boxes UK is
One of the most common questions we are asked by clients and interested members of the public is, what RAL colour is the traditional British red pillar box? It never fails to amaze us how many times we are asked, and how many visitors to our website ask the question. It got to the stage
Most of the mailboxes for sale nowadays that can be found on the internet conform to EN13724. This is a European standard set out to ensure that a mailbox meets certain requirements with respect to accepting letters and keeping those letters safe.
Following a theft of letter box keys from Royal Mail staff on Saturday 16th February in Leyton, the Royal Mail has been forced to temporarily seal 14 of their iconic red pillar boxes in the Waltham Forest area. They have confirmed that the post boxes will remain out of action until such they can be
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