The Homeguard range of mailboxes are designed to be fitted to the internal side of a property door to collect mail as it’s posted through the letter plate of the door.
Mail falls into the Homeguard where it is held until the box is opened with the use of a coded key and the mail is retrieved by the user. The Homeguard range features a number of different capacities, offering solutions for multiple mail storage requirements.
The Homeguard mailbox can be fitted with additional weather cladding allowing the item to be used externally. E.g. fitting onto a fence with an additional fence mounting kit.
The mailbox is fitted onto the rear side of property doors, placed over the top of letterboxes and collects mail when it is posted through the door.
How should the Homeguard be installed?
The Homeguard requires fixing holes to be drilled into the rear panel of the mailbox at suitable points for the property door panels. It is recommended that four fixing holes are used in the rear panel of the Homeguard which will allow for full capacities of mail to be supported.