Published at Wednesday, 08 August 2018. Deck Box. By Chris Stark.
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.
Sizes could differ too, depending on how much storage you would want. You may go for one door boxes, two doors or tree door boxes. Whatever type of storage materials you would use, they both serve as decor and functional storage products.
For making the lid cover, must be slightly larger than the box. Holes have to be drilled for hinges on the lid as well as on the box. Now the hinges can be connected and the screws can be fastened. When the box has been assembled into one piece, the final step of painting or staining has to be done. Few layers of paint can be applied evenly on the box and when one layer dries, proceed to the next. Painting is important as it helps to keep the box in a good condition for a longer time.
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