Published at Tuesday, 24 July 2018. Deck Box. By Shelley Andrews.
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.
Have a design and execution plan - An important thing too when it comes to learning how to build a deck box is creating a design and execution plan. This makes things more organized as you delve deeper on learning how to build a box. With a plan in place you can really make sure that all sides of the box will fit and perfectly coincide with each other. This also minimizes having to redo everything and going back and forth with the building process.
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.
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