Bass mailbox – All houses – regardless of year of construction – must have a mailbox mounted at entrance to cadastre, i.e. boundary facing road. Do you live in a building worthy of preservation, municipality may impose specific requirements on how your mailbox to look. Letter box must be positioned so that shipments to delivery box easily and without particular difficulties directly from a public access. Shipments must be delivery box, without mail carrier must go from road space onto property or otherwise have to go through a front yard, a carport stand or some kind of barrier or similar.
Bass mailbox must be set up so that distance between mail slot lower edge and terrain, street or road is at least 100 cm and a maximum of 120 cm. You can place mailbox angles to access if another location would hamper access to house, but it must be boundaries. Lives are 2 or more in house who want their own mailbox; mailboxes are placed right next to each other.
Mailbox must be visible and equipped with clear nameplate. Mailbox must also be provided with a lock. If you have a freestanding bass mailbox, it must be secured so they cannot easily remove it. You should also make sure that unauthorized persons cannot get your fingers into mailbox and fish your post up.