Brick Mailbox Repair is a small, family-owned business based in the Rockwall Area.
People we knew couldn’t find anyone to repair their brick mailboxes. It seemed that all the quotes they were getting were to demolish and replace the mailbox with a new and more expensive one. As long-time welders and fabricators we took that as a challenge and developed methods for doing the kinds of repairs people needed most often. From there it was easy to see that most contractors disliked doing any repairs at all.
We don’t think that anyone should have to spend more than necessary because contractors are looking for bigger jobs. We would rather make more repairs at a lower price and give our customers some monetary relief. Everybody wins this way.
The economy has been hard on everyone, ourselves included, and we know that our customers are getting hit just as hard, so we try to keep the costs down and the quality up.
I noticed that much of our search traffic comes from people searching by the city they live in. I don’t know that Google is especially good at figuring out where we are and connecting you to us, so I’ve added a list of areas we service specifically to make your job finding us easier. I’ll repeat that list here, for visibility.
- Balch Springs
- Farmer’s Branch
- Grand Prarie
- Oak Cliff
- Sulphur Springs
- The Colony
- University Park
- Will’s Point
We’ve gone contrary to industry practices and decided to publish a pricing guideline publicly.
Every job is different, so the guideline doesn’t take the place of a real quote, but it can give you a good idea of ballpark pricing for your type of service. You can head over to the pricing page for a simple overview, or see the pricing with the descriptions on the individual service pages.
I’ve gotten some web design out of the way, how does it look?
I’m still working on it.
We’ve added a new service to our lineup: Replacement Mailbox Doors! Now we can fix rusted-out or vandalized mailbox doors without tearing apart the brick structure of your mailbox. Until now this repair was so costly that it was cheaper to replace the whole mailbox. We’re always happy to find ways to save everyone cash and effort.