| Use clear silicone or external construction adhesive to assemble the figures. Pick a number, do another quick dry, then fill the holes for that number with glue or silicone. Fill the holes well, but not too much. Push the house number fixing screws through the adhesive holes.
- Determine the location on the wall where you want to mount the mailbox by holding it in place.
- Determine the size and number of anchors needed by measuring the diameter of the mounting hole on the back of the mailbox.
- Drill a hole in the masonry for each marked wall anchor.
Location: The house number must be visible from the street or street in front of the house. The plate must therefore be placed on the side of the house facing the street. If the house is too far from the street, the house number should appear in the mailbox.
Tie the house number on the stone what to do
- Take a pack of FIXPRO® exterior mounting tape and cut a piece of it.
- Attach the tape to the back of the house number and press it into place.
- Peel and grate a pumpkin and squeeze the juice.
- Press the house number firmly against the stone to hold it in place.
Replace the mailbox flag
- Pass 1 flag.
- Put the rubber on the mat.
- Insert the assembled flag holder through the holes on the outside of the letterbox.
- Push the flag holder through the flag holder until it stops.
- Are you done!
For some reason it is recommended to drill into the mortar rather than the brick. Direct drilling into brick is more difficult than drilling into mortar and can damage brick. Mortar is also easier to repair if you drill in the wrong place or remove decorative elements.
Self-tapping dowels, concrete blocks or concrete screws are used to attach objects to stones. Concrete screws are commonly called Tapcon® masonry screws. The solid masonry screw has the versatility for use in brick, mortar, CMU, block or solid concrete.
- Step 1: Mark the mailbox wall. On the wall, place the mailbox against the wall and move around until you are happy with the location.
- Step 2: Drill the holes. Drill holes in the wall where you marked the mounting holes in the previous step.
- Step 3: Attach the fastener.
- Step 4: Hang up the mailbox.
Drill a pilot hole with a hammer drill and mortar up to the penetration depth of the screw. Insert the plastic anchor into the hole. It should fit snugly but tap it lightly with a hammer. If the hole gets a little wider, use a larger screw to push the plastic against the walls of the hole.
- Introduction. Choose a design.
- Clear the room. Remove the mailbox and email.
- Mix the concrete. Make sure you mix enough concrete to fill the footer.
- Pouring concrete. Pour half of the concrete into the footer.
- Insert a cover block. Place a block of 12 x 16 x 14 plugs as a base for the newspaper holder and letter box.