Mailbox Post Only (Optional Mailboxes Available)
Answer: Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, Wooden Cedar Mailbox Posts have optional base sleeves. You may choose between fluted sleeve and raised panel sleeve.
Question: Can I use any post for an oasis jr mailbox?
Answer: Yes, you can; however, it may require the use of item 7530 which is an adapter plate.
Question: How much is the post package for liberty mailbox and ground screw?
Answer: Currently, Mayne Liberty Posts are selling for roughly $250.00.
Question: Do you have any posts for a 5-box setup?
Answer: The Oasis Standard Post Surface Mount, Quad Spreader is the largest. We do not sell a five-box unit.
Question: I like the decorative post mount kit starting at 81.94. I was just wondering if you had the double-sided item for two mailboxes available?
Answer: Yes, you can find the dual post here.
Question: My neigborhood has a standard mailbox post style for all homes. Our post is rotting and really cannot be easily repaired. If I send a photo, can you let me know if you have anything close to what I have available or if one can be made for a reasonable price?
Answer: Sure, please email the picture too firstname.lastname@example.org
Question: Are any of your mailbox posts flexible?
Answer: No, I'm sorry we do not have any flexible posts.
Question: Do you have a double-sided stone post?
Answer: No, I'm sorry we do not have any stone posts available.
Question: I have a custom mailbox that is 31" long. All mailbox posts are usually only 16-17". are there any that can accommodate this type of mailbox
Answer: All the post we sell are made to be mounted with the manufacturer's mailboxes. I don't have any recommendations for a custom-made mailbox.
Question: I'm looking for granite mail post, how much does it cost.
Answer: Are you looking for a granite-colored post? Or a post made of granite? We do not sell ones made of granite.
Question: I am looking for a post that cantilevers approximately 3 feet from the road edge. This neighborhood has no curbs and conventional mailbox posts tend to get destroyed by snow plows during the winter months, so I'm looking for one that can be comfortably mounted away from the road edge.
Answer: Please call for assistance.