Do you receive small packages in the mail such as prescriptions or books? If so, you will want a secure locking mailbox that accepts packages. The size of package that a locking mailbox accepts is limited by the size and design of the incoming mail area. The two most common incoming mail designs are the […]
This article compares the MailBoss curbside mailboxes in terms of tool fishing resistance; mailbox fishing can involve a prong or other device to steal from a locked mailbox.
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 […]
Last week, we showed you the ad we prepared for Home Improvement Executive Magazine. This week, Home Improvement Executive Volume 24, No. 4 was released, featuring a special report on Innovations in Mailboxes. Prior to the June 27 publication, Editor Denise Day reached out to us to find out what is so special about Mail […]
Many people have asked us how we have a commercial locking mailbox that can accept packages, but doesn’t allow you to reach your arm in to steal mail and parcels. Well it’s not easy to explain, so we thought it’d be best to show you how our revolutionary patent-pending Mail Shield technology works on video. […]
UPDATE: The new Mail Boss Commercial Mailbox, trademarked as the Package Master, is now available online in all colors. About the Package Master We have finally created a “Bin-Mailer” locking mailbox that accepts packages and yet cannot be fished by hand (like the Oasis Jr®, Parkview, etc.). It features the same quality construction features as […]