DIY Tutorial: Replacing Your Mailbox Post

$40
1 Hour
Medium

Has your mailbox post seen better days? No need to pay someone to install a new one for you. You CAN replace it yourself with this DIY tutorial.
This is the old mailbox post. You can see the termite damage at the bottom.
This is the old mailbox post. You can see the termite damage at the bottom.
Purchase a mailbox post kit at your local home improvement store for about $35-40.
Purchase a mailbox post kit at your local home improvement store for about $35-40.
Be sure to keep your mailbox mounting brackets to install on the new post bracket.
Be sure to keep your mailbox mounting brackets to install on the new post bracket.
With a little spray paint to freshen up your existing mailbox, here is the finished look. You CAN do it yourself!
With a little spray paint to freshen up your existing mailbox, here is the finished look. You CAN do it yourself!
Becky from Practips

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  • Sheryll S
    on Apr 1, 2013

    Great Post Becky!

  • Karla
    on Mar 15, 2015

    You can put a fence hollow pipe in the ground, fill with cement, add mail box. Will keep snow plows, tractor mowers, and bandits from knocking mail box post over.

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