Published at Tuesday, July 31st 2018. by Kim Paul in Deck Box.
Many homes are built with an attached deck in the back yard but its available space is not utilized by the homeowners. Generally, if you see a home's deck, you will notice stuff lying around everywhere. The reason for this is because decks are not built with added storage space and therefore contain a lot of wasted areas.
The first main benefit of a wooden deck box is its ability to keep your outdoor items clean and dry even in the rain. There is a wide variety of sizes available and they can be purchased to fit in the perfect spot whether it is on the deck or in the yard. Wooden deck boxes allow you to finally organize all of your outdoor equipment while still keeping it handy and they are especially useful for small decks which are prone to excessive clutter. Popular items to store outdoors include gardening supplies, furniture cushions, and toys. Hundreds of dollars can be potentially saved by protecting cushion sets inside deck boxes because they are prone to mold and fading if left outdoors.
If you are a homeowner, an apartment renter, or a boat owner in need of extra space you should definitely consider building, or purchasing, a deck box to use for storage. You will be amazed at how many uses you can find for deck boxes. The storage space deck boxes create will allow organization and protection for your important supplies and accessories. And, deck boxes can bring a sense of elegance, and efficiency, to your living quarters.
If your deck box will not have the same exposure to inclement weather throughout the year, or will be coming inside as the weather starts to come in the fall and winter, you may want to go the natural route and consider purchasing a wooden deck box. A wooden deck box will better compliment your current armada of patio furniture you already have (unless you have an all-resin patio), and will guarantee a beautiful look for years to come.
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.
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