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Sibyla Cyr Outdoor Storage & Cabinet August 01st, 2018 - 20:48:29
They are also lightweight which makes them easy to move no matter their size as well as inexpensive. Unfortunately they also tend to fade when exposed to the sun over a length of time. Fiberglass can also become unstable when enduring rapid temperature shifts which can lead to cracking and splitting. One of the more attractive options for outdoor storage boxes is wood. Wood boxes are generally treated to withstand the elements and may cost a little more but are usually the most appealing option from a design standpoint.
Many people simply do not have enough space inside the home to store extra cushions and an outdoor storage box especially one which can be used for seating or as a table is perfect for this. Most outdoor activities need some equipment and it is useful to have an outdoor storage cabinet or a shed to keep them in. If you have a lot of barbecues for example it is very helpful to have somewhere to keep the barbecue fuel and all the tools you need for cooking. Again something that looks as if it belongs outside but has the dual purpose of being a watertight container and a nice looking piece of outdoor furniture is going to be the most useful.
One of the latter storage units is the Deck Box with Wheels. This well-built box is constructed of resin in a light taupe color with a mocha top and handles. The wheels are unobtrusive but sturdy and easy to maneuver. It holds up to 73 gallons meaning it can store yards of Christmas lights as well as many wooden candy canes or tree ornaments. And because it features a stay dry design you wont have to worry that your valuable ornaments will ruin during their lengthy storage time.
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.