Slower U.S. mail standards take effect

Slower U.S. mail standards take effect

November 08, 2021

The United States Postal Service has revised their 1-3 day first-class mail delivery window to 1-5 days. Important correspondence such as invoices may arrive later than usual.

This change at the USPS will in no way impact the high level of service we strive to deliver. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We recommend you sign up for Informed Delivery by the post office. They will deliver, daily, digital preview photos of your mail before it comes to your mailbox. This is a great feature especially if you are out of town, have a secondary residence or just want to know before you go to your mailbox. There is no cost for this service and it may help notify you of a piece of mail that does not arrive in your mailbox.  

We also recommend that you do not rely on mail to remind you when bills are due and that you use a digital reminder to look for renewals, use the insurance carriers digital tools, such as apps, portals and automatic electronic funds deductions. 

Here is the link to sign up for the US Post Office Informed Delivery. Do it today, you will be glad you did.