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Postbox Shop – Our Multiple Letterboxes are Smart and Seamless

Postbox Shop – Our Multiple Letterboxes are Smart and Seamless

Say YES to our CONTACTLESSS technology.

 

Most modern refurbishments or new projects for college or university accommodation need to provide not only an access control scheme, but also safe and secure means of receiving mail. POSTBOXSHOP is a leader in this field. It has a wealth of experience and resources manufacturing high quality multiple letterboxes that are specially designed to meet the requirements of the student end user. These student accommodation letterboxes are now approved and used by many key players in the UK Building Industry and recommended by various European Post Offices. They comply with British Standards and Royal Mail requirements. We can also help to make sure they are complying with the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act.

With high technology production facilities, more than one million post boxes are manufactured each year. Each mailbox conforms to European Norm Quality Control Levels to ensure that the letterboxes produced are of high standard. The means of production are also using sustainable energy and a policy to protect the environment is in place in each factory to reduce carbon emission and eradicate the use of solvents.

Our aim is to ensure that your multiple letterboxes work in harmony with the architecture and interior design scheme of developments, within budget, and complying with all sets of UK legislation. We offer site survey, free quote and drawings service, and even installation can be arranged.

Access, security and design are the three issues that are prominent features in modern day lifestyle. Here at Postbox Shop, the key message is to provide smart and secure seamless letterbox solutions.

 

Say YES to our CONTACTLESSS technology.

 

What does this actually mean, though?

According to the Daily Express, a study in 2016 of 2,000 adults, found that we will typically misplace four items a month with keys, mobile phones, pens and glasses the most common. The Top Ten of lost or mislaid items is, 1. Keys, 2. Phone, 3. Pens (or other items of stationery), 4. Glasses or sunglasses, 5. Remote controls, 6. Money, 7. Socks, 8. Phone charger, 9. Bank cards and 10. Gloves.

Two thirds of Britons describe themselves as the type to lose things 'regularly' and the average person forks out £4,480 over their lifetime replacing stuff they have lost.

A student lifestyle at College or University increases the probability of losing their keys.

Therefore electronic letterbox solutions are becoming increasingly popular...you can use Cards and Key Fobs instead of actual keys. Far easier and more secure to prevent mail theft.

Postbox Shop can design a key less solution for you, utilising electronic card letterboxes or key fob letterboxes. This means…no more keys to lose!

 

Say YES to our CONTACTLESSS technology.

 

The management, secure storage and issuing of keys, especially for large multiple occupancy buildings, commercial premises, schools, universities and student accommodation sites, can be a complex, tiresome and costly exercise. The use of electronic locks is increasingly being asked for by our customers these days and DAD UK have been using this technology for many years. We can integrate your keyless solution within our range of secure mailboxes, parcel boxes, lockers, cabinets and doors. Choose between a keypad or a reader and with a wide choice of finishes available, they are an excellent addition to any mail or parcel delivery solution.

 

Say YES to our CONTACTLESSS technology.

 

Therefore, if you're looking for secure, stylish multiple mailboxes, take a look at our extensive range:

 

 

If you require any advice regarding incorporating our CONTACTLESS technology to ensure that you are SMART and SEAMLESS, simply contact us.

 

Telephone: 01233 664524…Monday to Friday,  9am-5pm.

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