The sloping panel box is an in front / out back product that is designed to be used in external property walls to securely store post.
Mail is posted through the individual flaps in the panel and is secured in the mailbox until being collected by the recipient by means of a secure rear lockable inner access door. The horizontal type panel box is typically used in shallow property walls as the depth used in minimal but allows for the same mail capacity to be catered for as if you were using the horizontal panel box.
This item is particularly popular with housing associations as the item allows postal delivery workers to post mail without having to give them access to the property. Recipients are able to retrieve mail without having to exit the property.
The panel is designed to meet the requirements of each individual project, with characteristics such as panel dimensions, finishes and engraving developed to suit the client specification.
Why would I use a sloping panel box over a horizontal panel box?
The sloping variant is popular in projects where the property wall features a shallow depth. The sloping panel box allows for the same mail capacity to be catered for as a horizontal panel box.
What size panel can I have?
Panels used in external locations can be produced to meet custom dimensions that meet the requirements of the project.
What types of finishes can I have for my panel?
Panels are finished with polyester powder coated paint to match the design guidelines of a project.
How many mailboxes can I have in the panel?
As the panel is made to suit the available space in a project, the amount of mailboxes that can be integrated depends on the size of the panel.