Published at Thursday, 09 August 2018. Deck Box. By Margaret Wise.
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.
Plastic, most of the time polyethylene, is used in the construction of deck boxes. The plastic is injection molded into the sturdy panels that make up the walls and top. Boxes with double walled construction are very sturdy and reliable. This type of plastic will not chip or crack for the duration of its life, which makes it an investment that will hold true for many years. Some deck boxes are made from wood. While sturdy, wood is susceptible to rotting when exposed to water. It also has a tendency to attract critters and not be truly watertight.
The third reason wooden deck boxes are beneficial is because they are great alternatives to clutter due to outdoor coolers. Coolers are essential for large parties but they can often take up more room on the deck than your guests. Wooden deck boxes can be purchased large enough to fit a large cooler or a few small coolers inside of them. Waterproof vinyl lining is also optional or can be purchased separate so you can pour the ice and drinks directly in the box.
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