Wall mounted mailbox is an assembly process that is performed on the exterior walls of houses or buildings. The process may seem complicated; however, it is not very different from other objects mounted inside the wall. The only difference is that the long screws are definitely needed for this. Otherwise, mailboxes can be easily removed. By learning how to perform this task it is important to know how to set up mailboxes to walls containing asparagus, as well as cement or stucco walls.
Wall mounted mailbox locate the studs using a stud finder, on the outside wall where you want to mount your mailbox. The position of your mailbox on the wall and asparagus. Use the level to make sure it is horizontal and marks the screw holes on the wall with your pencil. Drill a pilot hole in 3/32 pencil marks. You must be drilled in the stanchions in this step.
Wall mounted mailbox place your mailbox against the wall again and screw the box to the wall with wood screws 4 inches. Pilot holes are your guides for this. Place your mailbox on the wall of cement or stucco. Use the level to make sure it is horizontal and marks the screw holes in concrete or stucco with his pencil.