Bronze Wall Mount Mailbox with Satin Nickel Eagle Emblem
About Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox Series - Classic Raised Eagle Design Faceplate
Enhance the aesthetic curb appeal of your lovely abode with the Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox Series. Custom-made and intricately hand-assembled, the Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox Series will be your mail's constant companion for many years to come.
Cast Aluminum Material
Gaines Wall Mount Mailboxes are constructed from durable A360 rust-proof cast aluminum. Extremely sturdy and light-weight at the same time, cast aluminum is 100% rust-resistant. It is formed by pouring aluminum into a mold of the end product. During the manufacturing process, the aluminum goes under substantial amounts of pressure, which produces an extremely dense material that can withstand the harshest of conditions.
A five-stage, powder-coated paint process is utilized to ensure that all Gaines Wall Mount Mailboxes are quality-wise consistent, durable, and possess high-quality finishes. Powder coating has ultraviolet ray (UV) inhibitors that protect the surfaces, making the finish resistant to chipping, scratching, fading, and wearing. Colors remain bright and vibrant for the longest time. Gaines Wall Mount Mailboxes are available in three eye-catching, powder-coated box colors:
- Classic white
- Classic black
Classic Eagle Faceplate
Give your home a touch of good ol' American charm and tradition with The Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox Classic Eagle Faceplate. The faceplate is made from solid brass, bronze, and satin nickel to withstand the harshest elements. A regular basic cleaning will keep the faceplate looking new for many years. The faceplate is available in the following classic solid finishes:
- Polished brass
- Antique bronze
- Satin nickel
Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox Installation
The Gaines Wall Mount Mailboxes come with an easy-to-follow instruction package that includes everything you need to install the mailbox in no time! The mailbox attaches easily to vinyl, wood, brick, and many other conventional surfaces. Aside from the simple instruction manual, the following are also included:
- Mounting hardware
- Installation instructions
- Mounting template
Lockable inserts are available with all wall mount mailboxes. These black lockboxes are likewise manufactured from cast aluminum utilizing similar process as the mailbox's powder-coat finish. The lockable insert can also be added to any new or existing Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox. Two coded lockbox keys are included. The manufacturer can easily replaced the keys if lost. The lockbox comes preinstalled with your mailbox order.
Size of the Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox
The Gaines Wall Mount Mailbox is designed to accomodate a generous bulk of mail. The mailbox is spacious enough to handle several days' worth of mail, magazines, catalogs and small packages. The overall dimensions are 14 3/8" W x 14 7/8 "H x 7 1/2" D.
- Includes wall mounted mailbox
- Available in classic white, metallic bronze, and classic black
- Faceplate available in polished brass, antique bronze, and satin nickel
- Designed and built to last a lifetime
- Holds multiple days worth of mail and packages
- Magazines and catalogs will lay flat, preventing tears and creases
- Can be personalized by color
- Dimensions: 14 3/8 "W x 14 7/8 "H x 7 1/2"D
- Optional lockbox with stainless steel lock
- Includes manufacturers limited 1-year warranty
- Includes all hardware needed for installation
- Easy, durable and quiet door operation
- Mailbox door stays upright when mail is being deposited
About Gaines Mailboxes
In 1991, Gaines Manufacturing recognized a need in the market for a line of beautifully designed and expertly manufactured mailboxes. To meet this consumer need, Gaines Manufacturing designed and brought to market the Classic Mailbox Collection. It became an overwhelming success and provided the impetus for future mailbox lines including The Keystone Series and The Wallmount Mailbox...
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