Every year, the U.S. Postal Service designates the third full week of May as Mailbox Improvement Week. This week is dedicated to encouraging customers on city motorized, rural or contract delivery service routes (formerly highway contract box delivery routes) to evaluate the appearance of their mailboxes and make improvements where necessary or possible. Neat, attractive mailboxes contribute to the appearance of your suburban areas and countryside roads. This designated week calls attention to your mailboxes and asks you to make sure your mailboxes are:
By meeting these important requirements you can help with the efficiency of delivery and collection and improve service to the entire mail route.
Don't worry, we can help you figure out what's best and most cost efficient for your space. A representative at U.S. Mail Supply will help you figure out what is required for USPS or private delivery, the number of units you need and any information required for installation.