Bronze wall mount mailbox – The installation of a mailbox the type used along rural routes throughout the United States requires a base on which the box can be mounted. Although box-and-post combinations vary widely, many include a board as the base, which is often cut to fit inside the bottom edge of the mailbox walls and flush against the floor. Mailboxes are usually 5 to 8 inches wide and 18.5 to 22.5 inches long.
Rotate bronze wall mount mailbox face down. Use a tape measure to determine the length and width of the flat bottom. Exit the hanging bell stripe of the measurements. Purchase a sturdy board long enough and wide enough to accommodate the measurements. In some cases, you may be able to purchase a board equal to the width of the mailbox.
Mark the long and wide bronze wall mount mailbox of the selected board. Draw lines to designate the outline of the board you require. Cut the board along the lines using a hand saw. Place the mounting plate against the bottom of the mailbox. Secure the plate in place, through the bell stripe and sides of the joint with a screwdriver and 1-inch screws.