Published at Tuesday, July 31st 2018. by Marta Woodward in Deck Box.
Congratulations on purchasing the melding of storage and beauty by adding a deck box to your patio. And as you begin to use it, you will find that the deck box will be the perfect place to store everything your patio needs, while keeping them conveniently accessible to all your guests. While your cushions and other accessories may find themselves protected and taken care of in the safety and comfort of your box, the exterior of your box may find itself wearing down over time. While it may shine of natural beauty now, you will slowly watch the charm and shine fade away. A stationary target opens itself up to collect dirt, debris, and other depressing items as time goes by. Making the perfect addition to your patio look more like the perfect dirt pile.
But if your wooden deck box becomes too overloaded with dirt and debris, you can always start over by applying a gentle sanding across the entire box. Sanding down the outer layer of the wood gives you the chance to start new once again, removing the grimy layer of dirt and debris that will eventually be sitting on your box. Plus, sanding down the wood allows you to change directions that you want to go with your box. If you want to change the stain, or even paint a new motif along the box, just sand away, and start your masterpiece all over again.
If your deck box will experience many different season changes throughout the year, and will be staying as a permanent fixture on your deck throughout the year, plastic may be the right option for you. While they may not have the same beauty as natural wood does, plastic is guaranteed to take whatever the elements may throw at it for many years to come. Let the rain, snow, hail, and all other elements fall down on this box, and it won't break down. In fact, your plastic box will go through it all without abandon or fail.
The fifth reason a wooden deck box is beneficial is because of how much money you will save on pool equipment. Pool toys are delicate and one hole can destroy the entire product. This will no longer be a worry with a storage box to place all of the equipment in directly after use. Placing dry towels inside will reduce the amount of dirt and water being tracked through the house when you forget to bring them outside. You may even choose to put wet towels in them before returning inside.
Knowing what you want in a deck box is the easy part. The more confusing side of things is figuring out which materials are the best for your deck. Purchasing a box should not be a feel like a chore, but should be one of the best (and happiest) investments you make for your patio. By knowing what you want before putting your hard earned cash on the table, you can guarantee you are buying the best product that your family will adore for years to come.
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