Security Letterboxes - mail theft protection, weather-proof mail, peace of mind

By: Security Letterbox  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Windows

Security Letterboxes are available in small and large sizes. Both protect your mail from the opportunist thief, wind and rain. Credit cards, cheques and mail are safely locked away.

  • Suitable for residential and business use.
  • Easily installed on posts, brick, wooden fences or walls.
  • Maintenance free. Made from Hi impact, UV resistant polyethylene, will not warp, rust or crack.
  • Comes complete with reflective panels, street numbers and two keys.
  • Comprehensive installation instructions included.

500mm high x 320mm wide x 160mm deep
( $ 225 incl. GST)

When ordering the small security letterbox, use the code SECLBSM with the number from the desired colour e.g. SECLBSM4 for a small grey letterbox. 1 2 3
Light Green Dark Green Beige
4 5 6
Grey Dark Blue Black
Please note: Colours may vary slightly when reproduced online.

770mm high x 350mm wide x 160mm deep
( $ 245 incl. GST)

When ordering the large security letterbox, use the code SECLBLG with the number from the desired colour e.g. SECLBLG3 for a large beige letterbox. 1 2 3
Light Green Dark Green Beige
4 5 6
Grey Dark Blue Bronze Olive
Please note: Colours may vary slightly when reproduced online.


Safety Tip Three - Harden Your Home
Onr of the simplest and cheapest ways to prevent burglaries is to make your home more difficult to enter. Remember, the burglar will simply bypass your home if it requires too much effort or requires more skill and tools than they possess. Most burglars enter via the front, back, or garage doors. Experienced burglars know that the garage door is usually the weakest point of entry followed by the back door.

Install deadlocks on all external access points, and use them!

Safety Tip Four - Secure Windows, Tidy Gardens
Windows are left unlocked and open at a much higher rate than doors. An open window, visible from the street or alley, may be the sole reason for your home to be selected by a burglar. Ground floor windows are more susceptible to break-ins for obvious reasons. Upper floor windows become attractive if they can be accessed from a stairway, tree, fence, or by climbing on balconies.

Install window locks and keep your garden tidy.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Windows