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New Construction Mailboxes


More Info About New Construction Mailboxes

Salsbury Industries has a complete line of U.S.P.S. approved mailboxes specifically for new construction projects. The U.S.P.S. requires that mailboxes for new construction or renovation projects need to be compliant with the Postal Service regulations. For new homes, condos, apartment complexes, and other living communities, residents need a secure area to receive mail and packages. At Mailboxes.com, we have a comprehensive selection of mailboxes for new construction. Please be sure to explore our website and find simple and easy-to-use designs that offer secure protection against theft and vandalism.

Types of New Construction Mailboxes

When it comes to new construction mailboxes, there is a wide selection to choose from. To narrow it down, decide on specific needs and requirements. For example, CBUs are popular for multi-unit buildings requiring a centralized outdoor mailbox system. 4C mailboxes also provide organized mail delivery for residential and commercial developments. Every type has its own advantages. Look through our selection, and if you have any questions, contact us!

Standard CBUs (Cluster Box Units) are designed to accommodate multiple mailboxes and parcel lockers within one CBU. This provides a great deal of convenience, and a bonus is that its centralized location can foster a sense of community with homeowners or residents of an apartment complex. Standard CBUs can withstand harsh weather conditions, making them a good choice for new construction sites. Cluster boxes come in a variety of configurations and colors.


Our Regency Decorative CBUs will add a distinctive touch to new development sites, apartment buildings, and other settings. This type of mailbox has all the solid charm of the standard CBU, but also includes decorative options for tops and pedestals making the Regency a sophisticated choice when making a cluster mailbox unit purchase.

With all aluminum construction, our recessed mounted mailboxes are great for new construction sites. With multiple configurations available and color options, they provide efficient and aesthetically pleasing mail management solutions. Find single and double-column units and stand-alone parcel lockers too - there are many options to choose from. For help narrowing choices or questions on bulk pricing, contact us today.


Custom New Construction Mailboxes

Our Salsbury 4C Custom Horizontal Mailboxes include options for front or rear loading units. Constructed of heavy-duty aluminum and stainless-steel hardware, our custom horizontal mailboxes are designed for indoor or outdoor use. Front loading units have outgoing mail compartments and U.S.P.S. master lock access doors. Rear loading units have options for outgoing mail compartments, and no U.S.P.S. master lock access door.

There are many configurations available. Use the 4C configurator to find the right choice for your application or setting. All 4C recessed mounted Custom Horizontal Mailboxes are made to withstand adverse weather conditions, ensuring mail remains protected from the elements. Units are available in a standard powder-coated aluminum, bronze, black, or sandstone finish. Or custom colors are available upon request!

Questions About New Construction Mailboxes? Contact Us Today

The team at Mailboxes.com is ready to assist you in finding the right mailboxes for your new construction development. Contact us today to request a quote and start the process of enhancing residential areas with mailboxes that offer efficiency, security, and aesthetics. Reach out today for superior mail management solutions!

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New Construction Mailboxes

What type of mailbox is needed for new construction?

Cluster Box Units (CBU’s) or USPS STD-4C horizontal mailboxes are USPS approved products for centralized mail delivery. They are required for new construction and major renovations.

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How do I know if a mailbox is USPS approved?

If your mailbox is USPS approved, it will have markings that say, “Approved by the U.S. Postal Service” or “Approved by the Postmaster General”.

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Does the post office need to approve mailboxes for new construction?

If the USPS is delivering your mail, the post office must approve mailboxes for new construction. You should verify with them which kind of mailbox is approved for your location. Click here to view information in selecting the right mailbox for your project.

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How do I get the USPS to deliver to my new mailbox?

You will have to notify your local post office that you purchased a new mailbox so they can deliver the mail. They will then set an appointment to install a USPS supplied arrow lock for future USPS mail delivery.

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Will the USPS deliver to my residential door if I don’t have a mailbox?

The USPS mail carrier may refuse to deliver the mail until a mailbox is installed. If you don’t have a mailbox and aren’t receiving your mail, you should contact your local post office.

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What are parcel lockers?

A parcel locker is a lockable compartment designed to hold packages that will not fit in a standard mailbox. Parcel Lockers are integrated into Cluster Box Units and 4C horizontal mailboxes. They are also available as independent units to compliment a mailbox installation.

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