Do-it-yourself wooden garden storage boxes are a simple way of storing seasonal and temporary items. Wooden storage boxes can be utilized in the garage, on the patio or in a storage shed to hide seasonal equipment, including patio sets, pool equipment, bikes and machinery. While it is easy to buy a storage box at a hardware store, building a wooden one at home is a cheaper alternative and the box can be personalised and custom-built to fit into any space.
Measure the space where the Godwins Removals -The Storage Box is going to be placed, and jot down the figures for the height, width and depth you require the box to become. Draw the pieces needed for the 4 sides in the box on the plywood sheets, using a pencil. You will require two side pieces measuring height by depth, as well as the back and front pieces should measure height by width. Reduce the four pieces with all the saw. Utilize the sandpaper to make the edges and surfaces smooth and splinter-free.
Arrange one of the side pieces so it will be perpendicular to the front piece. Both pieces needs to be on end, and the end in the side piece needs to be included in the surface side of the front piece. In other words, one side pieces is going to be attached within the front and rear piece ends.
Attach both pieces making use of the drill and also at least four screws from the front piece. Attach the next side piece in the same manner to the opposite end in the front piece. Make sure the second side piece’s end is inside the front piece. Last, attach the rear piece with the drill and screws, so both ends from the side pieces are protected by this last piece. You should now have a rectangular wooden frame.
Look at the rectangular frame’s perimeter. This will provide the measurements for your bottom and lid pieces. Write the measurements down. Transfer the measurements towards the plywood, using a pencil. Be certain they’re square, then cut them out with the saw and sandpaper both pieces.
Attach the bottom piece by lining it towards the wooden frame. Position the level on the box to ensure the piece is level and also. Attach it with screws placed every 6 inches, drilling the screws with the bottom piece and into comfou four sides. When done, turn it over, so you possess an open box with no lid.
Attach two hinges to the lid piece, screwing those to the underside of one of the long sides. Flip the wooden garden storage box on its side to install the lid properly. Line the lid approximately the package in order that the hinges are inside the box and attach the hinges using screws and the screwdriver. Flip the wooden storage box right side up and close the lid.