Letterboxes are no longer just a practical instalment in the front yard, they are now a prominent architectural feature welcoming visitors and enhancing the over-all presentation of your home.

The addition of a stylish faceplate - be it a letterbox plate or house sign - is the icing on the cake, complimenting what could otherwise be a plain and uninteresting street frontage.

Whether you are looking to refurbish your existing letterbox or are building a new home, Aussie Clotheslines and Letterboxes have several faceplate options to choose from.

Choose from our huge range of letterbox plates in stock at our Joondalup workshop, or we can help you design something completely unique to suit your style and personality. 

 

Standard Plates

Our pre-fabricated range are an economical way to get the stylish look in  quality Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel with a brushed finish. Included in the price is Laser Cut or Laser Etched text in your choice of font, and - depending on the width of the plate - the size and positioning of the mail slot with external rainhood.

 

Custom Plates

If you are after a one-off size or design,  or fancy a something with that special wow factor, the Customised Letterbox Plates or House Signs will make a feature of your mailbox, front fence, wall or porch so they stand out from your neighbours.

With customised plates everything from the design and the size is completely your choice. Small, large, bold or simple, it's completely up to you. From right angle bends, front opening design, mirrored or brushed finish, Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel or Powder-coated Aluminium, as well as Laser Cut or Laser Etched text in your choice of font - there are barely any limitations with what you could do; the choice is yours. 

    If you would like more information, give us a call on 1300 138 610, or if you would like to request a quote, you can get started on customising your plate by clicking here.

     

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