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MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox

Add a touch of class to your curb and a dose of convenience to your life with the StoreMore Mailbox. This unique storage mailbox can hold as much as two weeks of mail and small packages, and looks great in the process. Made in USA.

  • Removable floor covers a large 28"H x 6.25"W x 13.25"D (71.1 cm x 15.9 cm x 33.7 cm) mail storage receptacle
  • Hidden access door locks for security and opens downward for easy access
  • Heavy-duty poly construction resists vandals and bad weather
  • Front and rear mail doors allow for safe mail retrieval
  • Mounts simply on a standard 4" x 4" (10.2 cm x 10.2 cm) post (not included)
  • Note: With normal soil conditions and level ground, a standard 4”x4” post cut to 48 inch length is adequate for mounting your MailMaster mailbox with 24 inches in ground and 24 inches above ground
  • Includes two keys, address numbers, and mounting hardware
  • Minimal adult assembly required
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Product Number: 531700
Dimensions: 53.38 H 15.25 W 21.75 D
Weight: 36.00 lbs
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Step2MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox
 
4.4

(based on 249 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (132)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (103)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (227)
  • Weather proof (205)
  • Durable (203)
  • Displays address clearly (187)
  • Signals new mail (67)

Cons

  • Mail gets wet in rain (10)
  • Poorly crafted (10)
  • Door sticks (8)
  • Lock was hard install (3)

Best Uses

  • Mail receptacle (218)
  • Display address (78)
  • Decoration (77)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid do-it-yourselfer (87), Casual do-it-yourselfer (84), Do-it-yourself (32), Professional (19), Novice (18)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very Satisfied so far

Only annoyance was door sticking. This was easily corrected by minor filing.

Installation was simple and went very well - by-the-book-

It's storage capacity was perfect over a...Read complete review

Only annoyance was door sticking. This was easily corrected by minor filing.

Installation was simple and went very well - by-the-book-

It's storage capacity was perfect over a 8 day period of mail accumulation while on vacation.

Since it has a "broad" silhouette; I'm very interested in how it will hold up to snow plowing this winter.

After 3 weeks very satisfied. The mailbox has met all my expectations, and the cost was reasonable.

(this advertised at numerous sites. The best cost + shipping value was by ordering direct from Step 2.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

NIce Try, but No Winner

[...] Fit of top mail doors (front & rear) is critically dependent upon proper positioning of already-installed latch magnets, which were poorly positioned on the delivered unit. Steel latch...Read complete review

[...] Fit of top mail doors (front & rear) is critically dependent upon proper positioning of already-installed latch magnets, which were poorly positioned on the delivered unit. Steel latch tabs on the top two doors meerly press into slots in the doors with only barbs to secure them. One was hanging out on one tiny barb all but completely free from the door. This needs better fastening design. The sidewalk-side upper door is situated directly above a metal structural cross piece. Examination of the path for rain water entering from around the sidewalk-side top mail door indicates likely flow directly into the lower mail accumulation space to produce soggy mail. This nice idea for a mailbox needs design refinement. This plus quality production assembly at the factory [...] and installation by the customer could result in a winner product, which the current product is clearly not. We returned the MailMaster to Step2

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5.0

This is my second one that I purchased.

By Smitty

from Newnan, GA

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Displays Address Clearly
  • Signals Outgoing Mail
  • Sturdy
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox:

    Great for storing mail while gone. Had to Replace my original purchase in 2005. Run over by a 4-wheeler and still was able to stand up and use until I get the new one in the ground.

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    4.0

    A unique and effective mailbox

    By Judi

    from Western PA

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Displays Address Clearly
    • Signals Outgoing Mail
    • Sturdy
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

    • Mail Gets Wet in Rain
    • No Other Color Choices

    Best Uses

    • Holds Several Days Mail
    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox:

    Great idea. Allows us to take short trips without asking people to check our mail.
    A color choice would be nice.
    When it is windy and rains or snows, mail can get wet.
    We moved to a new home and go another one, so overall we like it.

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    5.0

    MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox - A Hit!!!

    By Sirwmhenry

    from Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Displays Address Clearly
    • Signals Outgoing Mail
    • Sturdy
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Mail Receptacle

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox:

      Just installed one of these Mailboxes and it is a hit with my wife! Was easy to put together. You should plan on spending another $20 to $30 to purchase classier/larger numbers which can be purchased from any hardware related store. I also had to buy small screws and sprayed them black so they would match the numbers. (The numbers that come with the mailbox look cheap; and distract from the otherwise quality of the mailbox; and will peel off over time. One of my neighbors have another mailbox that is probably from the same Company and the numbers are fading and peeling off.)

      When installing the post that it attaches to, be sure you get the post percisely straight when installing or it will lean slightly.

      I am very pleased with the overall mailbox! Really like the false bottom feature so it will collect more mail if you go on a trip; or if you have a package that won't fit in the box with other mail. Some people complain that it looks cheap; however, I find that the Mailbox looks fine just the way it is.

      It is definetly the best mailbox on my street. The lock on the back door, as stated in many other reviews is a chore to put on. It would be better if the company assembled that feature but apparently it is not a concern of theirs or they would have aleady taken care of that issue. I used a drill (but could have used a round file)to ream the hole that the lock goes into out so the lock would fit. It was still a tight fit but was manageable.

      Overall I am most pleased with the product and highly recommend it to anyone who desires to get a classier mailbox that will look good and last for years to come. A nice mailbox, like this one, will add asthetic value to your home without costing you an arm and a leg.

      The shipping time was very prompt and coming directly from the Company it was packaged well!

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      4.0

      "I would buy again"

      By Bri the GUY

      from Mitchell Indiana.

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Displays Address Clearly
      • Signals Outgoing Mail
      • Sturdy
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Decoration
        • Display Address
        • Mail Receptacle

        Comments about Step2 MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox:

        Other than the lock had hole had to be enlarged, I will be adding a back door lock as I have had it pop open with mail being pushed in to far. I had the BEST customer service EVER calling for a replacement lock. She was GREAT!

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        4.0

        Minor problems with product!!

        By Mister fixit

        from Monsey,New York

        About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

        Verified Buyer
        new-bee

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Displays Address Clearly
        • Signals Outgoing Mail
        • Sturdy
        • Weather Resistant

        Cons

        • Poorly Crafted

        Best Uses

        • Mail Receptacle

        Comments about Step2 MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox:

        1.Had to enlarge the hole in Mailbox to accept the lock assembly.
        2.Had to shave down removal floor so it would fit into its receptacle.
        3.Have not installed mailbox yet, due to weather, but do not expect to have any trouble with that.

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        MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox
        Already Asked: 13 Questions, 172 Answers
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        Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
        Thomas P: THe storage option Sep 20, 2014
        Ronald L: Looks like what we need besides a new mailbox Sep 11, 2014
        C Joseph A: No problem having mail flying everywhere after a vacation. This box stores it all plus its nearly indestructible unless it is totaled by an errant vehicle like the one I'm replacing. Aug 29, 2014
        Gustavo G: With these mailbox don't need to worry about the mail when we go out of town for 2 or 3 days or on vacations. No more looking for neighbors to pick up our mail. Very convenient idea. We can't wait to have it. Some neighbors have one and I asked them about the company, and here we are getting one for us. Thanks. Aug 27, 2014
        Ronald L: There are several Step 2 mailboxes on my street and they all work well. Aug 18, 2014
        Amy M: I like the size, the storage, the colors, and the price Aug 17, 2014
        Robert C: Neighbors have them. Nice looking and practical mailbox. Aug 8, 2014
        james h b: for travel sec. Aug 3, 2014
        Cristian L: big mailbox Jul 10, 2014
        JOSEPH D D: BEST PRICE Jul 5, 2014
        Sean D: Great Product. Jul 2, 2014
        Sean D: Great Product. Jun 18, 2014
        Elman R: Collect mail while on long vacations. Jun 17, 2014
        Elaine H: I have one now that I really like, but it was damaged by snow plows this past winter. Jun 14, 2014
        myron w: this what I have been looking for Jun 10, 2014
        Constance W: I chose this mail box as I really needed a new one and it appears to have plenty of space and secure as I have a long driveway.
        Thanks Again...Step2
        cdwilkins in Ohio
        Jun 10, 2014
        Richard S: Have had same mailbox for years, you can go away and mail drops in large storage area. Locking system make it secure. Have to replace my other one due to kids crashing into it with a 4 wheeler. Jun 9, 2014
        Denice M: I'm moving to a rural nieghborhood and get a lot of small packages sent to me. I like this since my mailbox will be located down the street from my house and mail and small packages will be safe from passers by and weather. Jun 7, 2014
        Beth K: Purchase this mailbox several years ago and have been very pleased. Am replacing only because it was damaged by a car. Jun 4, 2014
        Judith S: Have had one for 9 years. LOVE IT! Will be moving soon and will install at new home. Makes it so easy to take short trips and let the mail pile up inside the mailbox. Jun 3, 2014
        pete k: vacation May 19, 2014
        jack k: price and design May 15, 2014
        Janis S: Need lock box May 14, 2014
        Raymond B: What I was looking for May 13, 2014
        Frederick M: Allows me to be away from home without having to have someone pick up my mail May 6, 2014
        George W: replacing the one destroyed by the county snowplow Apr 15, 2014
        Jessie D: I have another one just like it. Works great when you leave home for a few day. Plastic roof could be thicker. Apr 15, 2014
        Phyllis M: I had this mailbox in the past and loved the locking and storing feature. It got hit by the snow plow so now I'm replacing it. Apr 9, 2014
        Patrick G: Best price Apr 4, 2014
        Lisa H: Gift for parents. Snow plow broke current one. Mar 28, 2014
        Marc C: I had one before but unfortunately a truck ran it over and blew it to smithereens. I liked it very much so I am ordering a new one. Mar 23, 2014
        Angela L: Wanted a sturdy locking mailbox, and despite the occasional negative reviews about difficulty with locks and other issues due to a design flaw we decided to purchase since there were many work-a-rounds offered by folks who had purchased this item. I do hope that all the feedback received will obviously cause the manufacturer to correct the flaws listed by so many people. Mar 20, 2014
        Diane B: My friend luz Ramos has one Mar 19, 2014
        albert c: ability to receive my mail while on vacation Mar 13, 2014
        Melinda B: Great Mail Box. A truck hit it and carried it about 10 miles under it. We needed to replace it. Mar 5, 2014
        Susan S: great looks and holds mail when we travel; no need to put a hold on our mail. Feb 4, 2014
        Sandra D: Because it locks and it allows access from non street side Feb 3, 2014
        JACKIE V: I have this mailbox at my current home. We just sold it and I want another for our new house. I love this mailbox. Jan 31, 2014
        William M: I need to secure my mail without the hassle of stopping it every time I am out of town for more then a day. Jan 28, 2014
        Robert H: Replacement for existing, snowplow damaged box of same type Jan 28, 2014
        John M: We needed to take advantage of the ability to collect a couple days of Mail while away! Jan 28, 2014
        William M: Neighbor has one and works well for him. Jan 28, 2014
        Douglas E: For the storage in the lower part. Jan 28, 2014
        Janet J: We purchased one for ourselves and love it. Then we purchased one for our son. Jan 28, 2014
        Michelle H: good for when going on vacation Dec 15, 2013
        John F: My neighbor has one and it looks good. Dec 3, 2013
        Fannie H: I like the features. Dec 2, 2013
        Raul V: Because of the good reviews I read online about the product. I hope I can add another good review myself, and not get dissapointed. Nov 30, 2013
        Jean U: Liked the storage capability Nov 22, 2013
        Benora R: Have one at another property Oct 30, 2013
        JOAO C: THIS MAIL BOX IS A COSTUMARY GIFT WHEN I SELL A HOUSE.
        i HAVE BEEN DOING THIS FOR THE PAS SEVEN YEARS.
        Oct 16, 2013
        Tony H: I use this mailbox and love it buying one for sister Oct 12, 2013
        Christopher K: This item will hold more mail and larger items than other locking mailboxes I have viewed. Also, with poly construction, rust will no longer be a factor that has plagued all of the other mailboxes I have used previously. Oct 1, 2013
        Andrea H: This mailbox had the most storage of any other mailbox of this type we could find. It was also the most attractive. While there were a few negative comments by previous consumers, they seemed to be minor and most comments were positive. Sep 30, 2013
        Deirdre L: for the option of storage while gone for more than a day or two Sep 29, 2013
        Patricia L: attractive design and neutral colors Sep 13, 2013
        JULIO P: I owned this mailbox for about 5 years until a car destroyed it. I like this mail box because it has ample room for storage of mail when I am away on vacation or a extended weekend with out having to place the mail on hold because it drops to the bottom. I have no problems with mail getting wet. The lockable storage where the mail falls to the bottom is ideal since I live next to a busy highway and worry someone can just come by and easily take my mail if it was easily accessible. Sep 12, 2013
        Shirley G. C: I really this site - I started to order this product from a big box store - went to your site and saved $31 on the item and $70 on the shipping - GREAT! THANX! Sep 10, 2013
        Thomas M: This gray stone design was quit attractive to both my wife and I not to mention its storage capacity for extended trips. Hopefully, this will pan out to meet our needs! Sep 9, 2013
        frank g: capacity and durability Sep 8, 2013
        Todd M: I have on at my house out of state. Sep 4, 2013
        Don G: Nice appearance and large storage space for packages Sep 4, 2013
        Frank K: product Aug 27, 2013
        MFI/JD L: need new box,county mowers took last one out Aug 24, 2013
        Lynda H: A friend has this mailbox and I love the style and usage. The positive reviews sold me on the product. Aug 22, 2013
        Tanya W: Lockable storage and price. Aug 17, 2013
        rene d: google photo search secure mailbox looked at photos Aug 10, 2013
        Lynette C: Needed more space to hold mail with on vacation or out of town. Aug 9, 2013
        ken b: Quality locking box with rear access. Aug 5, 2013
        Monika N: large capacity and my mother has the same one and has worked for over 5 years w/o any problems!!! Jul 28, 2013
        Dianna R: They are great I have one at our current home have had it several years works great, ordered one for my Mom and now I'm ordering one for our retirement home and one for my brother. It's nice not to have to worry about your mail and/or having to go to the post office to pick up if your out of town or have someone else get it for you Jul 26, 2013
        Gaylard A: I have seen them throughout are area and I think they look fabulous. I also think it will weather better then the others. Jul 25, 2013
        Ee T C: Looks sturdy and can hold lots of mail Jul 25, 2013
        Daniel Z: storage capacity for pkgs Jul 24, 2013
        Barry F: good reviews Jul 15, 2013
        Carolyn A: I like the overall appearance - the columnar design is appealing. I also like the lockable storage area, as I frequently travel. Jul 5, 2013
        Todd W: Chose this item as a friend has same unit and has had it for about 15 years and it still looks new. Also like the lock and drop feature while on vacation or out of town. Looks great on curb to. Jun 29, 2013
        barbara m: I already have one, have had it for years. Love it but it was hit last winter by a snowplow!! New one needed. Jun 29, 2013
        Mary M: Looking for something different. Hope it meets our needs when we decide to take an overnight trip or go on vacation without the hassle of stopping mail delivery. Jun 26, 2013
        shannon w: I purchased this for my father. This is what he wanted as a Father's Day gift Jun 11, 2013
        Peter S: Less than half the price of MailGator with similar features, and uses standard mounting options in case I switch to a different Step2 mailbox in the future. Jun 10, 2013
        Stephen A: We often take short trips of 2-4 days. With the MailMaster built-in storage space, we won't have to bother stopping mail delivery May 31, 2013
        chris b: my father likes it. May 30, 2013
        Juanito M: Bought 2 of this mailbox, one for my New York home and one for my Florida home; and i am very satisfied with them specially when we go on vacation and returned with the peace of mind that our mails and small packages are available for us instead of picking them up in the post office. May 18, 2013
        Wayne P: Chosen for the great storage. May 15, 2013
        Tania P: this product received good reviews on almost every website. May 14, 2013
        Yvonne P: Flexibility of holding few day's mail; I already have a Step2 mailbox, so the installation will be easy. May 9, 2013
        Lindy S: Size, durability and replacement May 5, 2013
        Rick W: We need a secure and multi functional mailbox May 4, 2013
        Bobbi W: Mother's Day Gift. Likes the storage in the column Apr 30, 2013
        Duane S: I bought one for my parents and liked it Apr 29, 2013
        MIRYAM Y. T: I choose this product because I need extra space for the packages and to have them more secure. Apr 29, 2013
        Vivian B: This is a replacement for one I purchased several years ago. I was very happy with the first one, esp. the storage capability. However, it could not withstand impact of large truck, and must be replaced. The key is sometimes difficult to operate, but not a major problem. Apr 29, 2013
        Mary Jo B: I already have the same mailbox, without the storage feature, that I love.. Apr 29, 2013
        Ruth F: Been looking for a large durable , secure mailbox since I live back a long lane.I like that it holds small packages also. Apr 25, 2013
        Pamela B: It can hold mail while we are on trips and not have to worry about stopping mail service. Apr 20, 2013
        William Y: I have two already at my primary residence and my Mom's house. Want an additional one for my Farm (vacation home). Great product. Apr 16, 2013
        binh n: to store mail while being away or when not able to check each day. Apr 16, 2013
        Charles S: Looks and sounds like a very good product from other recommendations. Apr 14, 2013
        Sonya E: visual appeal and ability to leave without having to stop mail thus announcing our absence. Apr 12, 2013
        Jo Ann K: We have moved....and had this mailbox at our previous house! Love the storage feature!!!!! Apr 8, 2013
        Wanda H: Will be taking to new address for retirement Apr 7, 2013
        Brian F: Need a security mailbox Apr 6, 2013
        Alan N: so we can be gone a week or two and not worry about the mail Apr 4, 2013
        nancy h: It was a way for making our mail pick-up easier for family when we are out of town, they can't get to the P.O. during working hours, and this way they can come by any time and pick-up our mail for us. Apr 1, 2013
        Randy H: Secure mail delivery Mar 31, 2013
        Humberto P: This is the second StoreMore Mailbox I have purchased. This one is replacing one that was hit by a car. The look and the features make this mailbox stand out from the others with a price that is very reasonable. Unfortunately, they no longer make the color that I had (beige/terracotta)but I like it so much that I'll settle for this one. Step2 needs to continue to make these kinds of mailboxes with different color options. Mar 27, 2013
        A shopper asked: if you buy two, do they have different locks ? Jun 24, 2013
        Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (1) No (0)
        Step2Staff: Yes, they will have different locks and keys and will not be interchangeable. Aug 27, 2013
        Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
        drew s: How do I get extra keys? I just installed one of these mailboxes and love it, but need additional keys for family members. Jul 12, 2014
        Reply to drew Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        A shopper asked: How does this work? Is there not a floor in the top section, where the postman puts the mail in, and it all drops to the bottom? Or does the postman put it in the bottom when the top gets full? May 20, 2014
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        Diana C: This mailbox is so great. It has a floor in the upper part, just like a regular rural mailbox, BUT the floor is easily removal. It just lifts right off the rails that hold it. For regular use leave the floor in, BUT if you are going to be away for a few days or a while take the floor out and the mailman can put your mail in and it will drop to the bottom and stay safe until you return home. It holds a lot of mail !! We love our mailbox, it has made things much easier when we want to travel. When we take the floor off the top we just put it in the bottom of the mailbox so it is right there to put back in place when we get home. I highly recommend this creative mailbox !! May 21, 2014
        Reply to Diana Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        VICKY E: The upper part is just like any other post mounted mailbox, but it has a removable floor. You leave this floor in as long as you are home. When you leave just remove the floor so when the mail man puts the mail in it drops to the bottom approx 2 feet below the top box. When you return home, retreive your mail using the long door in the rear, and replace the floor piece in the top box. When I remove the upper floor piece, I just let it fall to the bottom May 21, 2014
        Reply to VICKY Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Ann B: In the top of the mailbox where the mail is deposited, the floor is removable. When I am going to be gone for several days, I remove the floor so when the mail is deposited it goes all the way to the bottom. When I return, I unlock the back of the mailbox and get the mail. This type of mailbox has saved me many trips to the post office to ask them to hold my mail for my mail is secure in this type box. I have really enjoyed my mailbox! May 25, 2014
        Reply to Ann Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Anthony M: There is a removable "floor" in the mail box that you simply take out when you will be away from home for an extended period of time. The mailman puts the mail in the box and it drops into the body of the mailbox. When you return you remove the mail from the back access panel and then replace the "floor" and then you can access the delivered mail normally. It stores a ton and we have been away for up to two weeks with no capacity issues. May 21, 2014
        Reply to Anthony Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Dan O: It doesn't work well. You remove the floor of the top section and gravity takes over. You unlock the bottom to retrieve mail. You get extra volume but a long arm can still reach some of your mail, so it is not as secure as a more expensive Armadillo. You replace the floor if you want to send mail out. Overall I am happy but I would like a one way tilting panel or other security feature added. May 21, 2014
        Reply to Dan Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Toy T: Yes, there is a removeable "floor" that is taken out when you go away. Mail then drops into bottom. You get back, open back door with your key and get mail out, put back the removeable floor piece for normal delivery and pick up of your mail.
        I have bought 2 of these, and 2 of my neighbors also...they and I am happy
        May 21, 2014
        Reply to Toy Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Ana S: We remove the bottom of the box, leaving a hollow column for the mail to drop down and collect. There is a key, so no one else can gain access to the mail that collects. We did add a wooden "floor" inside the bottom of the column, to protect our mail from dirt and moisture. We have been very pleased with the product! May 21, 2014
        Reply to Ana Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Robert G: There is a removable floor which enables you to use it as an unsecured receptacle. Remove the floor and the mail drops to the bottom of the box stand and is reachable by unlocking the back panel.
        It is a very effective approach, my second after a drunk driver destroyed my earlier one.
        May 21, 2014
        Reply to Robert Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        jennifer P: There is a removable floor in the top section. We use this at work. During the week the floor is left in place. On weekends or holidays when we will not get the mail daily we drop the floor into the base. The mail will drop into the base safe from anyone who may want to mess with it. May 23, 2014
        Reply to jennifer Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Elaine H: There is a removable piece at the top. This piece can simple be removed, if you want mail to be secure at the bottom. If you are not able to retrieve mail for a few days. Then put the piece back and the mail will be visible when you open the top door. May 21, 2014
        Reply to Elaine Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Timothy T: there is a floor in the top section, where the postman puts the mail in, and it all drops to the bottom.
        Then use your provided key to open a large door to access the lower section
        May 21, 2014
        Reply to Timothy Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        JOAO C: THE TOP IS REMOVED ONLY WHEN YOU ARE AWAY.
        THE MAIL PERSON DROPS THE MAIL ON THE FRONT OF THE BOX,
        IF THE TOP IS NOT THERE THE MAIL FALL DOWN.
        May 21, 2014
        Reply to JOAO Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Bethann G asked: Is it possible to have this mailbox free-standing on a porch or does it need to be installed on a post? I have a large home, with the old, brittle asbestos siding that I do not want to attempt to drill holes for a conventional hanging mailbox. But I do have a large porch, out of the weather that it could sit on. Would this work? May 7, 2013
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        Jerffrey C: The unit will sit upright on its own. Remember that this stands about 4 feet tall but only weighs about 6-7 pounds, so it needs some weight to keep it from being tipped easily. It does have a base that slips over the post that the whole assembly attaches too. I belive that it has a filler cap so you can fill the base with water/sand/concrete and it may be heavy enought to keep it upright in all conditions. Worse comes to worse you can always just put some bricks in the bottom and that may work too. There is a lot of space in the bottom section. May 8, 2013
        Reply to Jerffrey Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Edward C: the post provides the stability for the mailbox to stand straight and it is very solid. If you were not going to use the lower section for vacation mail you could put a bag of sand or block to give it additional support weight. Not sure how well that may do. We don't use the locked door for mail, bought it mainly for the way it looked as a whole. It has weathered and held up very well. Very pleased with it, looks nice too. Hope that helps. May 10, 2013
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        Debra J H: I don't think it will work for that unless you can find some kind of pole to slip it onto that has a base. It doesn't have a heavy base to sit on and it would probably fall over. Or maybe a small bag of sand in the bottom to help hold it steady. I really love my mail box in fact I had someone run into it and broke it and I immediatley bought another one. Maybe someone else can come up with an idea. May 8, 2013
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        Carol K: Our mailbox is at the curb and is mounted on a post and my husband made it very secure. I don't know whether free standing will work. You would have to anchor it securely somehow so it wouldn't tip over. Perhaps you could mount it on a board and secure the board to your porch floor. Good luck. May 8, 2013
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        Larry L: Bethann,

        The mailbox needs to be mounted on 4X4 post wherever you want to mount it. If you design some sort of platform on your porch for the 4X4 to fit in you may be able to mount the box on your porch, but the mailbox is made to have part of the 4x4 in the ground.
        May 9, 2013
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        KAREN H: No, it really needs to be put on a post. I would think it would be top heavy if not anchored. We put a post in the flower bed next to our porch and placed it so that the door was facing our step area. May 9, 2013
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        richard h: My mailbox is "stand-alone" ......put some sand in the bottom section to provide some weight and stability. May 8, 2013
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        Arliss A: This box needs to be mounted on the post. It would fall over if left free standing. May 9, 2013
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        Lexie T: yes May 8, 2013
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        Joe L asked: I live in the ORLANDO, FLOORIDA area. Can you tell me what retailer in my area carries the STEP 2 #531700 MAILMASTER STOREMORE MAILBOX.

        I looked on your website and it listed some retailers that deal in Step 2 products, but they did not carry the mailbox I wanted.

        Can you direct me to a retailer in the ORLANDO, FL area that has the product #531700 in stock and on display ??????

        Thank You, Joe
        Jul 10, 2013
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        Step2Staff: Unfortunately, we do not have visibility into that level of detail. I will try to follow up internally and see if I am able to get further information, but at this point, my recommendation would be to call a Lowe's store or Ace Hardware if you have one in the area as they typically carry a full line of Step2 mailboxes. Jul 10, 2013
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        Glen V: I was unable to fine one locally here in Palm Desert; so I went on the "Step2" web site and ordered it and it came fairly quick via UPS right to the door. Toys R Us had a display and a neighbor already had one. The display at Toys r us was not a complete display but enough to help me out. Jul 10, 2013
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        Boyd H: Joe
        Lowe's carries step2 product in Utah. You might check there. Don't be afraid to order direct from step2 however. I really like my box like the one you are looking for. In fact I'm on my second one after someone ran off the road and killed my first one.
        Thanks Boyd
        Jul 14, 2013
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        Cynthia H: Hi Joe,
        We purchased that mailbox directly from the Step2 Website two years ago and have been very happy with it.
        Jul 10, 2013
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        Ingrid B: I ordered mine on the internet and I was happy with the delivery and the merchandise. Jul 10, 2013
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        DIANE C: Buy it directly from the manufacturer like I did....better price as well.
        Jul 10, 2013
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        David S: Order it online if it is not available locally. That is how I got mine. Jul 10, 2013
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        Step2Staff: I just spoke internally and True Value is another option. Jul 11, 2013
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        A shopper asked: Is there a way to add a newspaper box to this mailbox? Great that you can use it to store the mail when you are gone for a few days, however postal regulations do not let you use your mailbox for newspaper delivery. Has anyone else had a way to solve this problem? Jun 11, 2014
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        NX P: Sure! A seperately acquired newspaper box can be securely added by drilling holes and using bolts, washers and nuts to attach the separate unit to one side of the mailbox. Tightening the nuts inside the hollow column is done through the locking door or by lifting the bottom floor of the mail compartment. It can be done with just screws and not nuts, bolts and washers, but you asking for early failure. Jun 11, 2014
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        Yvonne P: We had the same question. It seems like Step 2 does not provide this add-on. We were not looking to save several days' worth of newspapers - just a box for the two we get every day when the mailbox is in regular use. We found a plastic crate/container the right size, and screwed it on to the side of the mailbox, sealing the holes with silicon. It does not look as well as it could - but it's serviceable. Jun 11, 2014
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        Alice H: We added a newspaper delivery box to the side of the mailbox with bolts. however when we go away even for a few days we stop delivery of our newspaper. Hope this helps. Jun 11, 2014
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        David B: You'd of course have to pre-drill holes, use nuts, bolts, and washers, and have an additional receptacle ready to go for the purpose. Jun 11, 2014
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        Corinne M: So Sorry! I don't know. We just used the mailbox as it appears in the picture and we are really happy with it. Jun 11, 2014
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        Paul C: No. I can't see how you would do this nicely. Duct tape might work, though. Jun 11, 2014
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        David B: You could easily bolt another receptacle for newspapers to the side. Jun 11, 2014
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        Darlene T asked: Can mailbox be mounted with storage door facing to the front instead of the back ? Aug 14, 2013
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        Carolyn S: The answer is yes, you can mount the mailbox with the back facing the front, you would have to mount the 4X4 post according, ie the 4X4 would now be located further away from the street. Aug 15, 2013
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        Ahmad A: The answer to your questions is "yes". Just the mail-out-flag would be reversed. The mounting-post has to be oriented so that your mail-box stays close to the curb. Aug 19, 2013
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        Glen V: YES. KEEP IN MIND THAT FOR SAFETY REASONS YOU ARE GOING TO BE IN THE STREET COLLECTING YOUR MAIL. Aug 15, 2013
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        Darlene T: thanks but I should of stated that it will be mounted next to front steps not the curb. Aug 15, 2013
        Ingrid B: Since the mail deposit has entries on front and back, I do believe it can be mounted either way. Aug 15, 2013
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        DIANE C: I would assume so but do you want people to know that there is another way into the box.
        Aug 15, 2013
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        Joseph N: as long as you give urself enough room...otherwise mailbox would be on curb or in street Aug 15, 2013
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        Darlene T: Thanks. it will be installed next to the front steps not the curb. Aug 15, 2013
        Joseph N: no problem darlene..u take care Aug 15, 2013
        Cynthia H: More info is required. Will mail box be placed at street or on a porch ?? Aug 15, 2013
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        A shopper asked: Can this mail box be painted to match color of my house? Jul 19, 2013
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        ANNE M: Absolutely. I used the special spray paint for plastics sprayed into containers and sponged it on in various shades of brown and gray to make mine look more like "natural" stone. It looks beautiful! Jul 22, 2013
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        F.T. P: I don't have a clue----I like mine just the way it is--my gawd it's just a mail box Jul 22, 2013
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        Ronda W: That's a great question. I would think with a good primer it would be possible. Let me know if your successfull. I've had this mailbox for years and still love it! I just took a two week vacation, no need to forward or stop my mail! Jul 22, 2013
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        binh n: I m sure you could but I believe that for the fact over period time it will faded the paint n had to repaint otherwise the color is it natural without worry chip n wear off. It is quality plastic just like every other step2 toys. Jul 27, 2013
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        JOAO C: yes, you can paint with a goog paint for outside. Jul 23, 2013
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        A shopper asked: can the mailmaster be mounted on a metal post? My current mailbox is mounted on a 2" in diameter metal post which is surrounded by concrete. Jun 18, 2013
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        Corinna B: It could be done, but may be a bit difficult to modify, as the square hollowed out bottom of mailbox requires a 4" long block of wood be placed in ground & mailbox is placed over it & then bolted to the wood. Jun 19, 2013
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        LLOYD S: It should be able to. You will need to use metal instead of wood screws to anchor it to the pole. It was set up to use a 4" square pole so a 2" round should work. Jun 19, 2013
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        binh n: I believe you can mount on any post as long you know how to use different method to attach the mailbox to it..since the post already secure in place already. Jun 19, 2013
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        F.T. P: I don't think so---the complete design is for a 4x4 wooden post Jun 20, 2013
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        michael b: it is made for a 4x4 piece of wood Jun 19, 2013
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        Belinda S asked: Do you need to add sand to the post ring? It has an access hole. Jul 12, 2014
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        Marc C: No you will need a 4" x 4" post. If you are installing on a sidewalk you will need to break the concrete for the post and then redo the concrete around it. If it is going into the ground dig a hole and secure it with concrete. Jul 14, 2014
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        John V: I'm sorry I can't help, it never crossed my mind to put sand in there. My mailbox is loose however and leans back a little. I will look at that as a fix. Thanks for the idea, I see no reason for not doing so. Jul 14, 2014
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        Jay M: I didn't. Once the mailbox is bolted to the 4x4 post, it is very stable. Jul 14, 2014
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        JOAO C: NO. You don't have to add any sand. Jul 14, 2014
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        Katie asked: I live in the country in a high wind region. Can I have more than 24" of post above ground? If so, how much? Apr 6, 2014
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        Cheryl M: the mailbox is designed to be flush mounted with groundline but if you dont mind the appearance of a 4x4 post stick up higher than the mailbox that would not be a problem just not how it was designed though Apr 7, 2014
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        SYLVIA W: This is our second Storemore Mail Box. A truck hit a deer and he landed in our mailbox. We have our post set in cement. We just love it, when we go away we just take the buttom out. Apr 7, 2014
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        Richard H: NO un fortunately that would require a hole in the bottom of the mailbox where your mail drops to when you have the bottom out of your upper box Apr 10, 2014
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        Robert G: It is quite sturdy when properly installed per the instructions. May 21, 2014
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        A shopper asked: i saw this box at a home in another color, brown with a red roof. where can i purchase? Jan 20, 2014
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        Step2Staff: This is the only color option currently in production. Jan 21, 2014
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        clark w asked: If the mailbox is mounted on a 4x4 wood post, how high can the 4x4 wood post be to obtain the most stability? How then is the mailbox bolted to the 4x4 wood post? Sep 1, 2013
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        Step2Staff: The wood post should be 4 feet high with 2 ft. below the ground and 2 ft. above ground. It is very important that the post stands no more than 24” above ground level. A bolt is used to secure the mailbox to the post. Sep 3, 2013
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