Jan 4 Building a Better Mouse Trap

Building a better mouse trap takes time. Building a better mailbox takes even more time: they are much bigger and represent a show piece for in front of your home. Have  you looked at yours lately? Is it time for a new mailbox?

Mailboxes cost more, weigh more, use lots more metal, and they are designed to protect your mail, not kill it.

They have to look good in front of your house. They have to work, for both the mail and the letter carrier. They also have to work for you, the end-user.

What’s cool about buying one, besides the facts that now your old rusty mailbox is gone and your mail is now safe, is that they last for years and years. We really don’t know how long, we know the ones we sold 15 years ago still are working well and that was before we redesigned our boxes to be stronger and sleeker and work properly.

Just in case you think we aren’t well-rounded since the mailboxes are all square cornered boxes, here are a couple of other cool things we sell.

Wow, key safes. Never get locked out again.

What’s really cool about these is they unobtrusively mount to the door jamb so there are right there beside the door. This model does need batteries to make the monitor work, but with or without the battery the key safe part is completely mechanical. It never fails. The battery-powered monitor keeps track of who uses and they times they enter your house. You can assign a code for several different people.

If you are looking for a little “bling,” we have brass house numbers. Or you might want to use your favorite number as a pendant or attach it to gold french wires to flaunt your style. At 6″ tall each, trust me it will be quite the attention grabber.

Ooooo...Brass House Numbers!

We will be happy to check to make sure we have your number in stock! 😉 Every woman can be a perfect ten by wearing a “1” on one ear and a “0” on the other. Just don’t get them on the wrong ears by looking in the mirror or you’ll be a zero one. 😀

Give us a call, we are here to help:

Portland Metro: 503-486-5575 or out of area 1-800-630-3344

Shop on-line: http://mailboxsolutions.com

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