A brick mailbox is an ideal way to instantly add curb appeal to your home.
Live on a busy street?
This double sided mailbox lets you check your mail in safety.
This stone mailbox was constructed to match the existing stone located on the front entrance of the home.
Imagine Brick was contacted by a family member who wanted to give their parents a new mailbox for Christmas. The metal structure is a dVault brand that was shipped directly from the manufacturer. The dVault mailbox features large secured storage space. Imagine Brick constructed the new mailbox in time for any letters to reach the North Pole.
Upon viewing our work online the homeowner selected a mailbox that features detailed accents such as the projected brick and arch to complement the design of the existing home.
Special shaped ogee brick are used to distinguish this mailbox from other designs.
This mailbox features a prominent space for the house numbers to be placed.
Imagine Brick worked with the homeowner to design a mailbox that worked for the space provided. The homeowner used Imagine Brick because examples viewed online showed "fine lines and nice cuts."
This mailbox features our standard terra-cotta pipe insert, and uses an oversize, super-sturdy metal box.
This mailbox features a lot of detail cut-brick (arch and fan) and herringbone patterning. It also features a solar powered light on top. The mounting pole is electrical conduit which leads down to ground level for possible hard-wiring later. In addition, we built the new steps and side planters which adds additional substance to the base of the expansive front presentation.
This mailbox was constructed in the same design as the entrance according to homeowners wishes. The top was cut to fit as part of a custom design.
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This mailbox was built to the homeowner's own design.
The mailbox was damaged by a vehicle and rebuilt exactly as it was before, only better. A plastic mailbox was used as the insert in the new structure because the door can be easily replaced, whereas metal mailboxes must be replaced by changing the surrounding brick entirely. Also, the terra cotta newspaper insert which was used for the rebuild is more durable and pleasing to the eye than the plastic drainage pipe.
The original mailbox damaged. We rebuilt it in the same design.
The homeowner wanted a nice new mailbox.