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Pedestal Post-Mount Mailbox, White

$184.00 /each
  • Large capacity and side access door make large deliveries simple
  • Weather resistant Powder coat finish guarantees a long life
  • All assembly hardware is included for an easy setup
Color: White
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The Pedestal Mailbox and Post Combo Mailbox bring quality and craftsmanship to your yard and is a beautiful addition to any curbside landscape. This mailbox is made from heavy-duty cast aluminum with an aluminum post. The weather durable powder coated finish will not rust for lasting durability and features decorative embellishments and an embossed "U.S. Mail" text and eagle to add character and style to the unit. The mailbox serves as a full service locking unit providing added security from theft. The extra-wide slot provides plenty of room for high volume mail delivery and the large capacity mailbox holds several days of mail. Assembly hardware is included for easy installation.

  • Large capacity mailbox to hold high volume mail deliveries
  • Mailbox constructed from heavy-duty cast aluminum
  • Post constructed from durable aluminum
  • Features a concealed locking access door for added security
  • Extra-wide slot provides plenty of room for high volume mail deliveries and small parcels
  • Features decorative embellishments and an embossed eagle and text U.S. mail
  • Assembly hardware included for easy installation
  • Approved by the United States postal service postmaster general

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Does the side door need to be locked to stay shut?

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February 23, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. We recommend you locking the door. You can keep it unlocked and the door will shut but you may find the door open slightly
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February 22, 2016
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Yes, in order to remain secure the side door would need to be locked.
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Can it be installed on existing concrete sidewalk using 1/4" steel expansion bolts?

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February 17, 2016
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It is recommend pouring a concrete pad, making the holes with the L-bolts, let it dry, put the base on the concrete pad, put the L-bolts in to attach.
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February 16, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. We recommend pouring a concrete pad, making the holes with the L-bolts, let it dry, put the base on the concrete pad, put the L-bolts in to attach. We have not tested it using 1/4" steel expansion bolts and would not recommend it.
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Does the hardware to mount in the concrete come with it? If not what are the specs on the hardware that you recommend?

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February 11, 2016
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Hardware is included.
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February 9, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in our product. The hardware kit includes the "L" bolts that go into the concrete.
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does pedistal need to be secured to concrete

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November 13, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in our product. We do recommend the pedestal being placed on a concrete pad. There are 4 L bolts that go thru the base and into the concrete to help make it sturdier.
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November 12, 2015
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Hi KiKi,
Yes, the post needs to be anchored to concrete to assure the mail box does not fall over or is stolen.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Mediocre Design Simple design. This pedestal mailbox is held together by one small diameter threaded bolt running through the center, results...not very secure. It is light weight, tends to move a bit if gently pushed[high winds?]. It is top heavy. Being out in the elements, this mail box should come with stainless hardware. These must be purchased separately. Other reviews mention no outgoing mail holder. I place the mail inside the pull open door and close it for there is no other place to put it. Key mechanism seems flimsy and cheap...to have duplicate keys made is impossible. I tried several locksmiths in town and no one has the correct blank. This mail box will serve its purpose for awhile, but I have doubts it will hold up well. November 6, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Check the box I got 2 mailboxes and they were both broken in the box. Check the mailbox before you leave the store. March 29, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Mailbox but only accepts letters I just bought the mail box today. Took it out of the box and was impressed with the look and quality. Then I opened the door where the mail delivery driver would put the mail. Back in the box it went. you can not accept any size package in this thing. its strictly for receiving letter style mail. The slot was about an inch wide. We buy stuff from ebay and amazon all the time that would fit in a normal sized mailbox. yea not going to happen with this one. So if you receive normal letter mail then this is the box for you. If not, keep looking.. March 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tip on Creating the Cement Pad The other reviews helped me make the right decision to get this mailbox by Solar Group. We're very pleased. Here's a tip on creating the cement pad. The mailbox base is 13 1/2" x 10" so I made a frame box of 3" board, 16" x 14". The hole was only about 4-5" deep and a 1/2 CU FT bag of cement was perfect. I put the base on the pad while it was still wet and it molded to the base. I lifted the base off when the pour was still damp (bolts could still move so I was careful). Here's another tip, go to the Solar Group web site and download the install instructions to get comfortable with the project you're getting into. Good luck. October 30, 2006
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great and sturdy So far so good. It's been up for few days and looks great,and even the postwoman likes it. The only thing she said was it doesn't fit small packages but they seem secure.You can leave the mail for days if you travel without stopping the mail delivery. It took a few days to install since it needed a concrete slab to be mounted on. Poured small slab deep enough and wide enough to support it and let it dry for a few days.. Drilled 6" holes and inserted 3/8" x 5" anchor bolts. Did not use the ones that came with it because they didn't seem strong enough.Mounted ,tightened and ready to go. July 22, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking but the base is not substantial enough We had a rash of vandalism in our neighborhood. A group of teenage boys came thru and destroyed six of these mailboxes easily. They tried to push ours over. I had it anchored in the ground with cement. What they did manage to do was easily break part of the post so that it became wobbly and unstable. I replaced it with a more substantial mailbox. It is a very nice looking mailbox and I'm sorry I can't give it a better rating. January 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Piece of Junk- Looks great but doesn't stand up What a piece of junk! I paid almost $185 for this mailbox. Looked great to me. Our neighbor has the exact same box. When we bought ours, he bought one too. We've both had nothing but problems with these mailboxes. They won't stand up and are totally wobbly. My husband has taken this thing apart numerous times, got it to stand up for awhile and then its back to leaning or falling down. the base is made of several different pieces that sit on eachother. This weekend he's trashing the mailbox post for a piece of wood. Perhaps that will help. Don't waste your money!!! March 13, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good, used different hardware. Nice looking, didn't get this for security. Could be a little sturdier. I didn't use the hardware that came with it.. poured a pad with 1/2 concrete anchor bolts. Made a pattern from the base. The through rod, is a single rod. Should be either 4 long bolts, or larger bolt(s). Cure for the top heaviness... fill the post with sand mix. Can be done with post assembles and box not bolted on yet. I also used silicone caulking along with the screws for the top cap, prevent leaks. All in all, I paid about $200 for total and I like the way it came out. March 26, 2013
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