Published at Saturday, August 04th 2018. by Millicent Curry in Deck Box.
Storage boxes made of cedar are both resistant to harsh weather and insects. Other wooden deck boxes may need to be treated with sealant or varnish to keep it waterproof season after season.
After what seems like years of deliberation, you have decided that a deck box is the only thing that can store all of your goods all summer long. You have been sold by the facts that these are convenient, space-saving places to hold your cushions and other items relevant to your patio. But with so many different kinds of patio furnishings out there, which one is right for you? Should you go with wood, or is plastic a more appropriate choice?
Wooden deck boxes are beautifully made pieces of furniture which will suit your outdoor needs as well as your indoor needs. Because they can be used just about anywhere for a variety of functions, they will end up saving you a lot of money and cleaning time down the road. While the benefits are nearly endless with a quality wooden deck box, there are five reasons why a wooden deck box is a worthwhile investment.
To start, consider the elements that your deck box will be submitted to throughout the year. Will your deck box be forced to face the snow in one season and rain in the other, or are you living the Beach Boys' endless summer? Will the box have to tolerate the rain and wind in the winter, or will it be facing the endless attacks of bugs and dirt? Knowing what it will be exposed to will give you a better idea of what kind of deck box is right for you.
Know where to place your deck box - Before anything else, it is important that when you start to learn how to build a deck box you also have a definite idea where you would place it. This will help you consider other important things like the actual size, the materials to be used, how its insides would look like, and how it should be designed. If this is also your first time to create a box, you might want to build two at the minimum especially if you often host parties and events at your place.
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