Published at Thursday, September 20th 2018. by Daisy Miles in Deck Box.
If you have a wooden deck box, taking care of your investment may take several more steps before it gets easier. The materials that it is made out of will ultimately determine the best way to approach the sealing and cleaning of your outdoor furniture. While hard woods like cedar can take oil treatments to keep it protected, other woods (like pine or cypress) can be stained to give it an extra layer of protection, or even painted to your pleasure. Adding these protective barriers give your box a solid layer of protection against the elements, protecting from everything the world wants to throw at it and more. Plus, once your box has this key protective layer set up, cleaning can be as simple as taking a sponge and warm water to your box.
Storing seasonal clothing or toys inside the boxes is also an advantage. Children will be able to open and close the lid with ease, making cleanup easier and faster than ever. Children can also use it as a bench.
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.
Now, four vertical wall beams for the sides are needed. The frame can be formed by nailing the pieces together. Then, they can be nailed or screwed to the footings. For making the wall sections, four precisely measured pieces measure and sawed from the wood boards. They can be either nailed or screwed together. The walls are supposed to fit perfectly with each other. Partitions should also be added to the inside of the box by inserting thin wood boards.
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.
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