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Photo: Granite 2-Box Mail Boss Package

Thank you to James and Tommy in Portland for sharing this photo of a Multi-Unit Mail Boss Mailbox Package Installation. This set up includes a Surface Mount Post and Base Plate, a 2-Box Spreader Bar, and two Mail Boss Locking Security Mailboxes in Granite. To have your Mail Boss photo featured in our #MyMailBoss Customer […]

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Photo: Mail Boss Mailbox Apartment

We received this photo of a beautiful custom Mailbox Apartment, or a Mail Boss Apartment, as it were. Mark Johnson shared: Custom “Mail Boss Apartment” In Service date September 5, 2014 House numbers blurred out for privacy Shed roof minimizes Apartment size while allowing flag use Fast-Trak Mounting Plate secured to plywood base with carriage […]

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Happy Mail Boss Customer and Dealer

We’re on Day 2 of the Ace Show. This morning, a happy Mail Boss customer and dealer stopped by our Booth. Tom, owner of Ace Hardware of Toco Hills in Atlanta, ordered some of our Mail Boss mailboxes through the Ace warehouse back in February, and has been selling them in the Toco Hills location […]

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Curbside Comparison: Ease of Installation

Ease of installation, quite simply, refers to how easy your mailbox is to install. Here is a comparison of ease of mailbox installation for Mail Boss curbside mailboxes: Mail Boss mailboxes can be installed on a wood post, a metal post, a Mail Boss post, a wood plank, in a column, or in a variety […]

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Curbside Comparison: Mail Storage Capacity

Mail storage capacity refers to how much mail a mailbox can hold without being “full” so that no more mail can be deposited. Of course, the amount of time that it takes for a mailbox to be full depends on a number of factors, including the volume as well as the type (catalogs, parcels, etc.) […]

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Curbside Comparison: Hand Fishing Resistance

Hand fishing refers to reaching into a locking mailbox and removing mail by hand. Locking mailboxes typically have either a slot design with mail deposited through an incoming mail slot, or a bin design with mail and packages placed in a bin and deposited inside the mailbox when the bin is closed. The vulnerability of […]

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Curbside Comparison: Pry Resistance

Evaluating the pry resistance of Epoch Design’s curbside mailboxes, there is very little difference among the models. Due to the overall heavier-duty construction of the Mail Boss Curbside and Package Master, they rate slightly better than the Mail Manager, though: All Mail Boss mailboxes include a patented anti-pry latch locking mechanism that make them exceedingly […]