#1 Home Improvement Retailer

Internet #303040618

Model #LP000B00

Landover Aluminum, Crossarm, Mailbox Post, Black

  • Evenly distributes and supports, up to 60 lbs. weight
  • Rust-free aluminum post, and finial construction
  • Fits Gibraltar post-mount mailbox post with letter code A, B, C
  • See More Details

Frequently Bought Together

+
+
Price:

Product Overview

The Landover mailbox post is constructed of reinforced extruded aluminum and steel to resist rust and provide an extended service life. The decorative aluminum post and finial, with a steel cross arm, features a unique and stylish design that will enhance the curb appeal of any property. The Landover will accommodate any standard, large or extra-large mailbox. This post comes complete with a mounting bracket and mounting hardware, fashioned with a hollow stem to easily slide over a 4 in. x 4 in. wood post (sold separately) for quick, hassle-free installation.
  • Constructed from rust-resistant aluminum for durability and strength
  • Conveniently installs over an existing 4×4 wooden post (sold separately)
  • Supports up to 60 lbs. evenly distributed
  • Powder-coated finish protects against weathering
  • Compatible with most mailboxes - perfectly fits Gibraltar Mailboxes with Match codes A, B, or C
  • Assembly required prior to installation
  • Mounting and installation hardware included for easy setup
  • Mailbox and 4×4 wooden post are sold separately
  • Wide steel cross arm coupled with decorative finial adds curb appeal to any residence
  • Mailbox sold separately



  • California residents

Info & Guides

You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site.

Compare Similar Mailbox Posts & Stands

43 in. Galvanized Steel In-Ground Mailbox Post in Black
current product
Landover Aluminum, Crossarm, Mailbox Post, Black
54 in. x 31 in. x 5 in. Vinyl Double Mailbox Post, WhiteNewport Plus Plastic Mailbox Post, White
BrandMail BossGibraltar MailboxesThe Handy PostMayne
Name43 in. Galvanized Steel In-Ground Mailbox Post in BlackLandover Aluminum, Crossarm, Mailbox Post, Black54 in. x 31 in. x 5 in. Vinyl Double Mailbox Post, WhiteNewport Plus Plastic Mailbox Post, White
Price
Ratings
(132)
(306)
(72)
(192)
Post MaterialSteelAluminumVinylVinyl
Post Installation TypeFits Over 4x4,In-GroundFits Over 4x4Fits Over 4x4Fits Over 4x4
IncludedMounting Hardware,PostsAssembly Hardware,Finials,Mounting Hardware,PostsAssembly HardwarePosts
Product Height (in.)43 in56.4 in54 in56
Product Width (in.)4 in6 in31 in8
Weight Capacity (lb.)23060507
FeaturesCorrosion Resistant,Fade Resistant,Scratch Resistant,Snow Plow ResistantCorrosion Resistant,DecorativeCorrosion Resistant,Fade ResistantDecorative,Fade Resistant
View ProductView ProductView ProductView Product

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
21.4 in
Product Height (in.)
56.4 in
Product Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Accessory Type
Posts
Color
Black
Features
Corrosion Resistant,Decorative
Hardware Color Family
Black
Included
Assembly Hardware,Finials,Mounting Hardware,Posts
Post Installation Type
Fits Over 4x4
Post Material
Aluminum
Product Weight (lb.)
12 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Days Limited

Questions & Answers

61Questions21Answers

Is this the post that goes in the ground or is it a cover for a treated wood post?

Asked by wtwct February 23, 2021
5
Answers

Cover slips over preinstalled wood post

Can this aluminum mailbox post be mounted over a treated 4x4 post

Asked by Installer February 9, 2021
1
Answer

Thank you for your interest in our products. Yes, it can. The post need to be 48'' in height, you need to put 18 '' in the ground and 30 inside the post.

Does this post have to be installed over a 4X4 wooden post, or can it be installed on its own. O...

Asked by Laurie December 2, 2020
2
Answers

You should install it over 4 x4 as the post is not long enough to go in ground.

Current (sturdy) post cemented in the ground is 3.5”X 3.5” Will this mailbox post work going over...

Asked by Jillila September 19, 2020
3
Answers

Slips over your 3.5 inch square post.

Does the Gibraltar Galvanized Steel Elite Textured Bronze, E1100BZ0, match or blend with this pos...

Asked by Ditti September 19, 2020
2
Answers

The mailbox and post match perfectly together and I’m very happy with the quality of the products, I would highly recommend

How many inches in the ground is the 4X4 post required to be & does it require cement to keep in ...

Asked by AndgieofSouthFL August 7, 2020
2
Answers

I installed mine about 18-20 inches deep and filled with Quickrete.

Is the Gibraltar mailbox lLandover Aluminum, Crossarm,Mailbox Post compatible to the Architectural Oasis 360 mailbox?

Asked by val August 4, 2020
2
Answers

We used a Gibraltar mailbox that was predrilled to fit the post. The mailbox mount came with the post. The mailbox was bolted down from the inside floor of the mailbox. So I think any mailbox could be mounted by drilling a few holes in the bottom of the mailbox aligned with the holes in the mount.

Does the USPS T4 Next Generation Large mailbox fit on this post?

Asked by deedee June 13, 2020
2
Answers

We used the Gibraltar Elite Medium steel mailbox. I would think most of the attachments would be the same....???

What is the length of the 4 x 4 that is required to fit into this post? Alternatively, how deep ...

Asked by Beth June 5, 2020
1
Answer

Thank you for your interest in our products. The length of the 4 x 4 treated wooden post is 48''. Yes, the post is hollow all the way up. You will need to put 18'' of the 4 x 4 wooden post into the ground and the remaining 30'' will be inside the post.

Will this work with the Gibraltar Model #APK00000? The instructions for the post seem to indicat...

Asked by PJ June 1, 2020
1
Answer

The total length depends on how deep you place the post into ground or concrete. The other consideration is the cross bar attachment as the wood cannot be higher than these holes.

Landover Aluminum, Crossarm, Mailbox Post, Black - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 306 reviews
  • 96% recommend this product
Filter by:
Showing 1-10 of 306 reviews
Looks great, fairly easy to install
The body of the post had a couple of small dings, but it is a mailbox post, and the damage was not worth returning it. I followed the directions and had no issues assembling the post. Everything fit well and the arm that holds the box is plenty sturdy. After fully assembling the post, I placed the mailbox (Gibraltar Franklin Medium) on the mounting arm and measured from the center of the post to the end of the mailbox (23 inches) so that I could determine where to dig the hole so that the end of the box would be the recommended 6-8 or so inches from the curb. I marked the center of where I wanted my hole, used a shovel to remove the turf about 4" deep and saved it to replace after I installed the post. I used post-hole diggers and dug a hole 12 inches wide and 22-ish inches deep, with the bottom slightly wider (a drain spade type shovel is perfect for this). Put the dirt on a tarp or cardboard for easy clean up. Next, I put the post over a 4x4 so that I could measure/determine where to cut the 4x4 so that the mailbox bottom would be 42" to 45" from the road level. Since I have a curb, I had to subtract the 7" height of the curb and aimed for 43" so that I had a couple of inches of vertical leeway. For reference, it is 32 5/8 from the bottom of the post to the bottom screw to the arm that holds the mailbox. I then put 4 or 5 inches of pea gravel (had a spare bag handy) in the bottom of the hole for drainage and double checked my measurements to ensure the bottom of the mailbox would be at the height I wanted from the ground (keeping in mind the 7 inch curb height). I set the mailbox in the hole and made sure the post was level (with a post level) and plumb to the street and supported it with some spare wood pieces and clamps. I then followed the directions on the quick setting concrete mix and added water to the hole, then dumped in most of a 50 lb bag and tamped it down tight. I added more water on top and finished off that 50 lb bag and added about half of another and then added more water to the top of that and let it soak in. I filled it to about 7 inches from the top of the hole. I then tamped it down and sloped it away from the post and I let it harden up for about 1.5 hrs, checking occasionally to ensure it was still level and plumb. I then added some top soil back and used the turf that I had saved to fill around the post and watered it. Secure the post to the 4x4 with the provided screws and it is rock solid. Putting the mailbox onto the post is quick and easy and it looks great.
by essbee
5 people found this helpful
Easy to follow instructions made assembly simple. (FYI - it's not made perfectly clear on the lis...
Easy to follow instructions made assembly simple. (FYI - it's not made perfectly clear on the listing description that a 4x4 post is required for installation.) Although this post can accommodate a larger box but in my opinion, it looks best with a regular sized mailbox. I'm very happy with the final result!
by DCT
Great product and looks great! Easy to install.
Great product and looks great! Easy to install.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Looks great, is sturdy and rust resistant.
Looks great, is sturdy and rust resistant.
by Landover
Looks great with oversized bronze mailbox. Easy assembly and installation.
Looks great with oversized bronze mailbox. Easy assembly and installation.
by Bob
The post came in four pieces and plenty of hardware for choices on how to assemble the mailbox to...
The post came in four pieces and plenty of hardware for choices on how to assemble the mailbox to the "support arm", depending on which mail box is purchased separately. One complaint is the opening for the post square tube to slip over a 4 X 4 wood post. The actual dimension is 3.75 X 3.75, which is typically 1/8" to 1/4" more than needed for most off the shelf 4 X 4, which are as little as 3.5" X 3.5" actual dimension. So I cut a few skinny shims to make the fit tight which worked well to stabilize the metal post to the 4X4 post. One other comment is the support arm has some flexibility to it so the mail box mounted to it makes for some significant side to side wobble. I tried to improve this by putting a few extra screws thru the back of the mail box into the upright of the post. It helped some but there is still movement side to side in the box from the front end. Probably not a big deal long term, it's just something I would like to see stiffened up with a heavier guage support arm, if the manufacturer was looking to improve this product.
by JR12
8 people found this helpful
It has worked out great, like the color, easy open...
It has worked out great, like the color, easy open and lots of room for packages. It was very easy to install. Thank you! D. Davies
by DONNA
It looks so nice! Love this purchase...
It looks so nice! Love this purchase
by Happy
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Very nice post sleeve over mailbox post lumber. Instead of...
Very nice post sleeve over mailbox post lumber. Instead of cross bolts instructions for mailbox to rest on lumber post - sized & drilled holes in lumber for metal sleeve & thread through for sturdy & secure support.
by ROBERT
Showing 1-10 of 306 reviews