Barn mailbox – Lockable mailboxes becomes essential home accessories these days, because the e-Theft from home mailboxes is on the rise in many areas. The days of picking up the little red flag on your barn mailbox telling postmaster in outgoing e-mail is all but over, because this is, well, red flag for thieves to mail comes.
Cut a 7-by-1 1/2-inch window along the center of a 9-inch plywood pieces with checking saw. This is the mail slot, in line with the dimensions of the USPS. Place a line of glue between each corner joint, with the clamp band clamp and let dry.
Insert and the center of the corner brackets along each box corners. The screw in place with ¼-inch screws and drill. Fit of the 18-by-9 plywood sheets over the top of the box of square corners. Invert box so that a barn mailbox base is now on the ground.
Sand and paint the entire box, including loose cover. Lacquer manufacturer’s instructions for drying times; Apply two or three layers. Center hinge along a short side of the lid, and then screw the hinge down. Place the lid so that the hinge is on the same order as the mail slot, and the cap is color on top of the mailbox.
Position of the door buckle at the other end of the cap and screw the two parts; a lid, a corresponding position on the box. Glue or screw-in metal house numbers, depending on their design. Place on a front of the box, and one at each side. Put padlocks the door lock loops and locking barn mailbox is full.