Iron Letter Boxes

Iron Letter Boxes.
Several types of iron post boxes are available. Most are made from high-grade iron and come in a variety of designs and finishes. Aside from curbside, they are often found attached to the walls of post offices and other buildings. Aside from these, full-service mailboxes are also available, with provisions for incoming and outgoing mail.
Another type of iron post box is the Quadav, which is a heavily reinforced letterbox. It is used to secure valuables and increase production. It is typically used in rural areas or in conjunction with a community mail station. It is also known as the "flock" in parts of America. Aside from the Quadav, other iron letter boxes include the cluster mailbox, which is also known as a bank of post boxes. These are commonly erected in the front of private accommodations properties, such as tower block apartments. Aside from being stylish and durable, these types of mailboxes are also easy to maintain.
Some iron letter boxes, such as the Standard, are designed with a weather strip above the letter slot. They are also available in natural rusted steel or powder coated aluminium. Depending on the customer's preference, they can choose the colour of the powder coat. Although these finishes are very durable, they are not as enduring as those that are sprayed. The powder coating fades over time, and the intricate sharp details are lost. Nevertheless, they are a great addition to any home or office.
Another type of iron post box is a cast iron letter box. These are manufactured using the latest technology and high-grade iron. They are assembled, primed, and then coated with a protective finish. They may be custom-made, if the customer requests. Traditionally, these boxes were constructed in an English ironfoundry, and finished by hand. The iron used in these products is whiteheart malleable iron, which is durable and well-suited to architectural ironmongery.

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