The dVault Difference
dVault mailboxes are manufactured with heavy-duty galvanized steel and coated with a commercial-grade, rust-resistant powder coating to endure years of daily use. All mailboxes lock securely to protect incoming mail, but allow deliveries without requiring the carrier to use a key.
All large and extra large mailboxes include a patented Security Drop Door that operates a mechanism that extends to the back of the unit and protects internal contents from prying hands when the delivery door is opened. The medium capacity Weekend Away Vault has patented “teeth” on the delivery door as a simple deterrent to mail theft and tampering. These models also have posi-lock systems on their security access doors that are pry-resistant to deter even the most brazen attempts of theft.
USPS & UPS Certified
All dVault models meet US Postal Service standards for mailboxes and installation guidelines can be referenced on USPS’s website. Mailboxes that are Postmaster General approved have been pre-approved for installation at businesses and residences. If a mailbox is not Postmaster General approved, it simply means that the local post office will have the final judgment on its installation. dVault offers two Postmaster General approved mailboxes: the large capacity Parcel Protector Vault and the extra-large capacity Full Service Vault.
UPS and FedEx shipments may be delivered to unstamped dVault mailboxes unless USPS is the final carrier, in which case they may deliver to any mailbox. Both UPS and FedEx offer services (SurePost and Smart Post, respectively) that transfer packages to USPS for final delivery. These deliveries can be made to the same mailbox as your postal mail. Simply contact your local post office with instructions to drop all packages in a secure dVault mailbox to consolidate and protect all of your deliveries.
Made in the USA
Family owned and operated with over 30 years experience, dVault is based in Colorado and manufactures ALL mailboxes in the USA.