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The type of outdoor storage boxes you choose will depend on what you need to store and what the climate is like where you live. Outdoor boxes will generally have to withstand lengthy exposure to the sun as well as other elements like rain wind and even snow. Waterproofing is a major concern as you dont want either the box or its contents to be ruined by water damage. Generally plastic and fiberglass offer the best waterproofing allowing them to withstand even the most extreme elements.
Resin plastic and wooden are the two main types of outdoor storage benches on the market. You can choose from dozens of styles made in either material. Some of the designs made from plastic are realistically detailed to look like wood. Whether you choose a plastic or a wooden outdoor storage bench you will be adding a touch of class and a whole lot of comfort. Benefits of Storage Benches. No matter where you decide to place your bench having a place to store things like garden tools grilling tools pool tools and toys hoses and any other outdoor item is a bonus benefit.
Rubbermaid offers patio benches and deck boxes that range from 2.6 cubic feet to 16 cubic feet. These boxes open wide so that you can easily access your stored goods. The boxes are stable and also function reliably as spare seating with Rubbermaids double-walled construction. Some of the patio benches come formed with armrests and back support for a more patio furniture look to disguise your storage.
Vinyl outdoor storage sheds tend to be reasonably priced and maintenance free. They dont dent rust or mildew and many types of vinyl outdoor storage sheds never need to be painted or water proofed either. While all these outdoor storage sheds are wonderful options you need to consider the climate of the area you live in before choosing one for your home. Some sheds might hold up in windy climates better than others and some might hold up well under heavy snowfall accumulation.