Stone mailboxes are such a simple way to improve the curb appeal of your home!
Unlike wooden post mailboxes, stone mailboxes don’t run the potential threat of being destroyed by termites or being slanted by strong winds. Stone mailboxes are made to be sturdy and withstand strong weather. Something that in the long run will cost you less!
Additionally, a stone mailbox allows you to have a custom design that matches the aesthetic for your home, so that it doesn’t look standoffish but rather looks like part of your home. To achieve this, we typically recommend incorporating the same type of stone that was used on your home to the design of the stone mailbox.
Aside from the type of stone being used on the mailbox, another design attribute for a stone mailbox is the stone address bock. Some people opt for metal numbering, but in order to withstand years of Texan weather we recommend stone numbering plaques or metal – weather resistant- plaques that won’t tarnish over time with exposure to rain or humidity.