Living Materials – Brass Mailboxes
Brass Letterboxes Did you know that brass and copper are often called living materials? This is because of their ability to change with the environment. Copper, is subject to verdigris with the...
Mailmaster revolutionises SAFE PARCEL DELIVERY with its Crocodile Parcel Door mechanism. Named as such because once it snaps shut nothing gets out. Designed to be incorporated into the end of mailbox banks (clusters) and able...
Mailmaster has over the years supplied Fold-Down Clotheslines in volume to the spec home builders and residential developers. We have sold over 4000 of our clotheslines to date and they have stood "the test of...
Mailmaster Commercial has now made it easier for many of their customers by allowing them to order their "cluster" mailbox requirements online. At the click of several buttons your order is done and all the...
Mailbox Bank with Integrated Parcel Bins
Mailmaster Responds to Public Demand With internet shopping on the rise so is the increase in the home delivery of parcels. For residents living in apartments this has always been an issue with...
Mail Theft – An increasing problem!
More and more often you will read in newspapers and view on current affair programs stories of mail theft and with particular focus being on identity theft. While mailboxes are not built like safes we...
Aust Post Upgrades for general Parcel Delivery
An interesting article published in the Couriermail regarding Aus Posts upgrade to trikes so as to better deal with parcel delivery.
New Sales Role
Hi, I'm Adrian Pon. I've joined the team here at Mailmaster letterboxes. It's been interesting and fun learning about the construction industry over the last month. What I like about the role is...
We have observed a shift over the last several years with consumers now buying online more than ever before. From grocery shopping and hair products to even motor cars, it all seems to...
The Low Down on Mailbox Sizes
YES, there is a standard for mailboxes and in specific AS NZS 4253-1994 Mailboxes, you can read an extract of it here Mailmaster Commercial Forms and YES, there is an Australian Post specification for mailboxes and you can...