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Install letterbox / mailbox to brick pillar

Posted by Tony L.

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Pascoe Vale South, Victoria, Australia

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Monday, 8th Jan 2018
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My new place currently doesn't have a letterbox. So I'm looking for someone (bricklayer may be required) to remove and cut bricks from back to front of the pillar to fit in a 1 brick wide, 2 brick high cavity brick-in letterbox (Milkcan Palazzo A4 Letterbox Brick-In) without damaging or breaking other existing bricks.

Must reuse existing bricks as I only have 3 spare bricks (same) available for use so its very important not to break the existing bricks when creating the hole.

Letterbox will be supplied (I have purchased) but you will need your own tools and cement (or whatever is used to fix the box in place) and colour matched to original as close as possible.

I hope this task is achievable and happy to receive quotes.
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Jack V.
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Michael A.
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Qualified bricklayer ten years experience quote is for labour and supply sand and cement cheers
9 months ago
Rhys J.
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Heaps of experience and muiltiple letter boxes have been done in my past..
9 months ago
Mark S.
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14 year experience can do tomoz if needed mark
9 months ago
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Lol
Do u think uve got unique bricks or something?!
Mate no one is going to grind thru them bricks or else your job would have been completed..u need new uld do it but u only have 3 spare bricks if I break them what do I do...it's not hard mate..
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What is so hard mate?? It's a simple job

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Of course
I'll dismantle the whole post without even chipping a brick.
Tony L.poster
Hi Jack, would you be able to match the colour of the mortar as shown in the photo?
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