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How to order your LS05 Postbox for a Brick Wall

Shown below are some useful tips for ordering an LS05 letterbox when being built into a brick wall.  Choose your letterbox colour   Select one of the 4 letterbox colours.       Choose your letterbox case size (the depth from front to back)   Standard Depth Case The standard letterbox case ...

How to Install the LS12 Thames letterbox into a wall being built

4 Steps to fitting your LS12 Thames postbox into a brick wall being built Step 1 Build the wall up to the required height then build in the containing section of the mailbox, the bottom should be started on a new course of bricks and be bedded into cement. Note: If the slate front is to be proud of the brick wall then the front of the containing box should be flush with the face of the front wall. If the ...

How tom install your LS16 into an existing wall

6 Steps to fitting your LS16 Oakley letter chute assembly into an existing brick wall Step 1 Insert the grub screws into the threaded inserts of the letterplate then secure to the front sleeve using the 2 nylocs. Step 2 Cut a hole 252mm wide by 77mm high at the required letterplate position as shown. Note the angle of the cut (28 degrees). Cut a notch either side ...

How to install the LS16 letter chute into a wall being built

6 Steps to fitting your LS16 Oakley letter chute assembly into a brick wall being built Step 1 Insert the grub screws into the threaded inserts of the letterplate then secure to the front sleeve using the 2 nylocs. Step 2 The rear chute has 2 sets of securing holes, the set required will depend on the depth of the wall. The diagram shows the set used for deeper ...

How to fit your LS17 into an existing brick wall

6 Steps to fitting your LS17 Highway letter chute assembly into an existing brick wall Step 1 Insert the grub screws into the threaded inserts of the letterplate then secure to the front sleeve using the 2 nylocs. Step 2 Cut a hole 296mm high by 79mm wide at the required letterplate position as shown. Note the shape of the bottom cutout, the top should be cut ...

How to Install your LS17 Postbox into a wall being built

7 Steps to fitting your LS17 Highway letter chute assembly into a brick wall being built Step 1 Insert the grub screws into the threaded inserts of the letterplate then secure to the front sleeve using the 2 nylocs. Step 2 The rear chute has 2 sets of securing holes, the set required will depend on the depth of the wall. The diagram shows the set used for deeper ...

How to install the LS13 Orwell letter chute into a wall being built

7 Steps to fitting your LS13 Orwell letter chute assembly into a brick wall being built   Step 1 Build the wall up to the height of the letter plate. Leave a gap of 260mm wide on the front face as illustrated. Note: The bricks either side of the gap will need to be removed to be notched (See step 2). W = 260mm           Leave the same gap of 260mm in the rear wall but extend it 20mm lower than the ...

How to Install your LS13 Letter Chute assembly into an existing brick wall

6 Steps to fitting your LS13 Orwell letter chute assembly into an existing brick wall       Step 1 Cut a hole as illustrated on the front wall at the required location of the letter plate. W = 260mm, H = 88mm                     Step 2 Cut a notch out of the brickwork either side as illustrated A = 8mm, H = 62mm, ...

Buying a new Letterbox

Buying a new Postbox Letterboxes come in all different shapes and sizes, so when looking for a new letter box it’s a good idea to have an understanding of what you require from it, and how you want it to fit within your surroundings. To start with, you will need to take into account the type of property for which you will be purchasing the mail box; after all, there’s no point buying a mail box designed to fit to a gate if you live in an apartment block. There are ...

How to order your LS05 Postbox for Metal Gates and Railings

Helpful tips for ordering an LS05 post box for fitting into metal gates and railings  Choose your postbox colour   Select one of the 4 letterbox colours.       Choose your postbox case size (the depth from front to back)   Standard Depth Case The standard letterbox case depth is 215mm deep ...

How to install the LS12 Mailbox into an existing wall

7 Steps to fitting your LS12 Thames postbox into an existing brick wall Step 1 Cut a hole in the front wall at the required height. A = 407mm, the height of the side of the opening H = 427mm, the height to the top of the apex W = 299mm, the width of the opening   If the slate front is to be recessed into ...

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