Published at Tuesday, August 07th 2018. by Margaret Wise in Deck Box.
Knowing how to keep your deck box clean throughout the seasons will help you have the best results, and offer the greatest protection to your investment. By taking the steps now to keep your box clean, you will guarantee years of joy and protection for all your patio accessories.
The fourth reason wooden deck boxes are a great investment is because they function as a great addition to the outdoor furniture world, but most will be beneficial indoors as well. Cedar and redwood deck boxes will not only match any theme inside the home but they will also reduce indoor clutter. They work great for holding dirty boots and wet shoes in a mudroom or breezeway.
The third reason wooden deck boxes are beneficial is because they are great alternatives to clutter due to outdoor coolers. Coolers are essential for large parties but they can often take up more room on the deck than your guests. Wooden deck boxes can be purchased large enough to fit a large cooler or a few small coolers inside of them. Waterproof vinyl lining is also optional or can be purchased separate so you can pour the ice and drinks directly in the box.
Additional storage space is the whole reason you're buying a deck box in the first place. If you're going to get a box to suit your needs, you need to buy one that has enough space. Consider the fact that you may expand over time and get more tools. I suggest getting a box with more space than you currently need to account for this expansion. Internal storage space is measured in cubic feet. The higher the number, the more space inside the box. Internal space can take up room in three dimensions- length, width and height. Longer boxes are recommended if you have long tools to store. Deeper boxes are good for storing things like bags of soil, etc.
Storing seasonal clothing or toys inside the boxes is also an advantage. Children will be able to open and close the lid with ease, making cleanup easier and faster than ever. Children can also use it as a bench.
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