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Today, you may not use the mail as often as people did in the past. Thanks to technology such as telephones, text messaging, e-mails, and much more, mail has been nearly forgotten. But itís important to understand why mail and mailboxes are still needed even with todayís technological advances. 

 

In 1639, Robert Fairbanks of Boston, Massachusetts, used his home as the first centralized sorting and distributing center for mail. Like wildfire, society caught on pretty quick and soon enough writing letters was the popular thing to do. Eventually, Fairbanksí home was just too small to be the only place that sorted and distributed mail. Soon after, Boston coffee houses came to the rescue. Fairbanks would pick up and drop off letters to the coffee houses in the area and residents familiar to that coffee shop would use it as their post office.

 

Even more interesting, many people are unaware that the first postal routes were done by volunteers on horseback. In 1665, thoughts of the post office were spreading fast. More and more cities and states wanted access to other cities and states. The idea of people delivering mail by horseback was then considered and carried out. Horses were dressed in saddle bags full of letters and other pieces of mail. Volunteers, if healthy enough, would carry out routes across hundreds of miles. Some letters only took, at shortest, about two weeks to get to its destination. Other letters could take up to a month to be delivered and in cold harsh winters, people were lucky to get mail at all. In 1775, 100 years after the idea of sending a letter was considered and acted upon, Benjamin Franklin was appointed our first U.S. postmaster. That same year, U.S. congress required the establishment of set routes with specific sorting and distribution centers. Although security of the letters was a problem, many people were happy just to have a letter in the mail.

 

Security was always an issue back in the times of the Fairbanks post office as well as it is an issue today. Important information such as documents with personal information was often lost. Today, the United States Post Office works hard to deliver mail as securely as possible. Unfortunately, people still find that their mail is often missing or never comes whatsoever. Most resort to an individual locked mailbox, never realizing that the entire community they live in most likely has the same problem. A locked mail box unit offers a solution to this problem.

 

Security locked mailboxes are ideal to be used by major facilities where a number of people will find mail security an issue. Places such as: prisons, college dorms, private postal centers, government agencies, and military bases will find locked mailboxes a necessity.

 

Specifically, these locked mailboxes are made from zinc die cast doors and frames. The compartments are held together with four major screws and can be stacked-two units on top of each other at a time. Each individual mailbox is capable of being locked and opened with a key. The unit itself can be mounted adjacently to each other or to wall studs. Most importantly, they are USPS certified!

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Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
Pedestal CBU Mailboxes for USPS Delivery
These Pedestal CBU Mailboxes are designed for multiple users and approved for USPS Mail and Package Delivery. CBU'S come equipped with Outgoing Mail Slots and Parcel Compartments. USPS pedestal group mailboxes are designed to meet USPS code and manufactured under strict regulations. All CBU'S are ma...
Published: Saturday 28 December, 2013
Mailboxes and Posts for Planned Communities
Mail delivery in planned communities can be much more timely and convenient if an outdoor mail center is build with multiple central mail box units. These mailboxes and posts can be mounted near the entrance to the community and build within a partial enclosure that will shield residents from rain ...
Published: Wednesday 07 November, 2012
Apartment and Office Mailboxes for Building Mail Centers
It is essential that building managers be aware of the guiding principles of mail box design in order to choose the best apartment mailboxes or office mailboxes for their tenants.
Published: Tuesday 18 October, 2011
Office Mail Centers and Apartment Mailboxes
We offer a large variety of Commercial Office Mail Centers and Apartment Mailboxes at factory direct pricing
Published: Monday 17 October, 2011
USPS Mailboxes
USPS mailboxes have proven highly effective in apartment complexes, commercial mail box centers, and in USPS government posts office. They can be ordered in recessed mounted units for new constructions or surface mounted units for remodels. They are manufactured in either vertically mounted front ...
Published: Monday 08 August, 2011
USPS Approved CBU Mailboxes
USPS approved CBU mailboxes make it easy it easy for mail carriers to deliver mail quickly at a central point. This adds convenience to residential neighborhoods in remote areas, and it adds value to retail centers and office parks by getting mail delivered more quickly and efficiently.
Published: Friday 01 April, 2011
Vertical Mailboxes
Vertical mailboxes are USPS approved for retrofit and replacement under security requirements of USPS-STD-4B+ regulations. They are not approved, however, for major renovations or new constructions in larger buildings. However, small buildings with fewer than 10 tenants can install them under code...
Published: Friday 08 October, 2010
Commercial USPS Mailboxes
Today, you may not use the mail as often as people did in the past. Thanks to technology such as telephones, text messaging, e-mails, and much more, mail has been nearly forgotten. But itís important to understand why mail and mailboxes are still needed even with todayís technological advances.
Published: Saturday 14 November, 2009
Americana Mailboxes
American Mailboxes are rectangular multi-compartment mailboxes that are ideal for use in private postal centers, military bases, police stations, schools and colleges, corporate mailrooms, government agencies, and many other applications. All models of the mailbox units have the same outside dimens...
Published: Monday 26 October, 2009
USPS Approved Apartment Mailboxes
USPS approved apartment mailboxes provide your residents with an easy way to send and receive mail without having to leave the community. There are various sizes of apartment mailboxes available so you can mix and match in order to accommodate those that will be using this service. Having mailboxes ...
Published: Thursday 18 December, 2008
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