Liberty Outdoor™ Mailbox Posts
Liberty Outdoor's™ New
Mailbox Post. Just three easy steps to a fast and secure Mailbox post installation. The unique patented design will forever
change the way Mailbox Posts are installed
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Liberty Outdoor's Mailbox Installation Kits are available at Menard’s.
A damaged mailbox could be caused by anything from bad winter weather to a car colliding with it. Whatever the cause, it is something that needs to be repaired at your expense, as the postal service has no responsibility to fix it.
Rain... sleet... gloom of night.., no matter what the time or weather, one day your mailbox or post will require replacement.
Replacing Your Mailbox
Replacing your mailbox is a hassle and, if you live in areas that have lots of snow, it can be a regular occurrence. Thanks to the Vortex Ground Anchor Mailbox Post by Liberty Hardware, getting a new mailbox up and operational is as simple as 1, 2, 3. No more breaking your back digging 18” deep holes, filling them with gravel and cement, only to discover that you have to do it all over again after the next snowplow comes through!
Mailbox Tips & Techniques
With Liberty Hardware's mailbox post and installation kit, the hardest part of the repair is removing the existing, damaged mailbox. Here are a few tips that may help:
Replacing the entire mailbox including the post can be hard work. If the post is secured with cement, you may need to break off the cement using the shovel or dig until all the cement is exposed and lift to remove the mailbox post. This can be challenging as well has potentially harmful to your back, so please be careful. Should it prove to be too heavy, we recommend that you cut off the current post at ground level and install a new post next to it.
Once the damaged mailbox post is removed, then get ready to be impressed. In three simple steps, the Liberty Outdoor’s Vortex Ground Anchor Mailbox Post will be in the ground and ready for mail delivery!
How to Install the Mailbox Post
- First, clear and level the ground around the site.
- Second, insert the anchor. When you are installing a post with an extending arm, figure the position based upon the final position of the box, not just the arm!
- Third, attach the post. That's it.
For technical specifications, click here to view the tech spec PDF file. The unit is easily assembled using supplied fasteners, and snap lock features molded into the components.