USPS Approved Mailboxes - Commercial & Residential
Question: Where would I find mailboxes with color options?
Answer: Many of our items have color options available on the product page. Call BudgetMailboxes.com to discuss which mailbox you need.
Question: I need a commercial style box that can be wall mounted, front loading with at least 18 slots plus an outgoing mail slot. Do you have something that would work? I do not want to recess it into the wall.
Answer: Yes, you can find the 18-door commercial wall mount unit by clicking the link. The optional surface mounting collar is available in the options section below the price. We also have other configurations available as well.
Question: Do you have a selection of plastic mailboxes?
Answer: Yes, please click the link to view our full selection of Plastic Mailboxes. Thank you.
Question: What height should you have your rural mailbox?
Answer: Generally, the boxes should be installed with the bottom of the box at a vertical height of between 41 and 45 inches from the road surface. Click the link to view the US Postal Service's policy.
Question: May I get a price on a 16-box cluster.
Answer: Please see the product page: 16-Door Cluster Box Unit
Question: Is there a height regulation on post mounting a rural mailbox?
Answer: Yes. Generally, mailboxes should be installed with the bottom of the box at a vertical height of between 3-1/2 and 4 feet from the road surface, 6" - 8" from the front face of the curb to the mailbox door.
Question: Need a USPS-approved mailbox. 3 section vertical cluster mailbox with a cutout to install three push button switches for doorbells.
Answer: Please see 3-Door Vertical Mailbox.
Question: Do you have single, double, triple or quadruple letter size boxes that can either be recessed or wall mounted for an office building lobby?
Answer: I'm not sure exactly what you're looking for but maybe you can find it in our most recent commercial catalog.
Question: I need 10 vertical commercial USPS-approved mailboxes; however, I need a protector or cover to go over it. We have someone breaking into the box with a screwdriver and now the two 5-door vertical boxes don't close. Vandalism is also a problem. Can you help?
Answer: Back in 2004, a security measure was added to the Vertical Apartment Mailboxes for this very reason but since then, the 4C mailboxes were designed for greater security measures. Unfortunately, there is no other measure offered for the Verticals except the upgrade from 2004.
Question: I need high-security USPS-approved outgoing mailboxes.
Answer: These High-Security Mailboxes are USPS Approved and have an outgoing slot for mail.
Question: Are vertical mailboxes still allowable?
Answer: Yes, in some cases, the Vertical Mailboxes are allowed. You would need to contact your local postmaster for approval in your area, however. Thank you!