Cluster mailboxes can be used for various commercial and residential options. USPS cluster mailboxes allow residents of apartments or large office buildings to have mail delivered using the United States Postal Service. Cluster mailboxes are available in different sizes in order to accommodate those that will be using it. There are multiple color options you can choose from in order to have the mailbox stand out or for it to blend in with its natural surroundings.
Apartment mailboxes will often use the cluster box units as it is a great way to have mail delivered to numerous tenants without taking up much space. They can also be conveniently located in an area of your choice by mounting them on the optional pedestals or alternative base. Commercial mailboxes can be continently located on a sidewalk that tenants or homeowners pass on their way home. Cluster mailboxes are a safer option than individual mailboxes as they donít require you to step into the street to get your mail.
Secure Mail Delivery
Cluster box units include locking compartments so each person can have their own key to their designated compartment. So, while the mailbox may be shared with others, you can still have your mail safely delivered and stored until you decide to pick it up. Locking mailboxes reduce the risk of identity theft by protecting your private information in a unit that only you have a key for. Outgoing mail is also secure and lets you deliver mail without a trip to the post office. If you go out of town a lot, you may worry about having to set up a hold on your or waste time determining who you trust to pick up your mail while youíre gone. Cluster mailboxes can hold several daysí worth of mail that is safely kept in a locked mailbox.
Environmentally Friendly Mailboxes
Commercial mailboxes, including cluster box units, even help the environment. Since more mail is delivered in one unit instead of to individual mailboxes, less fuel is used with USPS vehicles by having fewer stops to make. Cluster mailboxes also create a more uniformed look in neighborhoods and take up less space. Homeowners in a new neighborhood enjoy the benefits of having cluster box units around their neighborhood. With the units installed during the construction of new homes, homeowners will automatically have their mailbox activated when they move in.
Different configurations of the cluster box allow you to decide which one meets your specific requirements. Parcel lockers are included within the unit so you can safely have a packaged delivered by the USPS instead of left in the open on your doorstep. The cluster mailboxes are constructed with a durable powder coat finish in colors including sandstone, black, white, and green. They are very durable and are designed to last for many years. The corrosion resistant cluster box units will fight against the harsh weather conditions it endures.
Business or Residential Uses
Large mailboxes, such as cluster box units, provide office buildings, apartment complexes, and neighborhoods with a safe and secure mail delivery method. Instead of individual mailboxes throughout the community, cluster mailboxes can save you money while providing a locked mailbox for residence. With different styles and colors to choose from, youíre guaranteed to find the perfect cluster mailbox unit.
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