Garden storage bench – With a properly placed, comfortable garden bench, you can enjoy the great outdoors in comfort and style. There are many styles of garden benches, made of wood, concrete, steel and other materials. However, a very simple garden bench can be built from pressure-treated posts and boards. Learn to build basic DIY-garden benches from pressure-impregnated wood.
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Cut one of the large 4-inch-by-4-inch posts in two 30-inch lengths with a circular saw. Cut the other post into two lengths of 48 inches. You two two-inch deep holes for the two front legs on the garden storage bench with a post hole digger. At the center of the holes should be 5 meters apart. Dig two matching holes 16 inches behind the first two holes to accommodate the rear legs. Cut each of the two 8-foot 2-by-4 boards in 72-inch lengths. Cut the remaining pieces to 21 inches in length.
Place the two shorter posts in the two front holes. Straighten the posts straight against each other, with the outer edges 72 inches apart. Make sure the posts are level with the level and fill the dirt around the posts to keep them securely in place. Place the two longer posts in the two rear holes garden storage bench. Make sure the posts are positioned straight to the two front posts and each other. The outer edges of the two services should be 72 inches apart, with the distance between the outer edges of the corresponding side posts at 18 inches. Loosen the posts with the level and fill the dirt around the posts to hold them in place.
Place a 72-inch 2-of-4 buckle the two front posts, with the upper edge 18 1/2 inches above the ground. Make sure the card is level, and then attach it to the posts with three tire screws with screw drill. Repeat the previous step with the rear 72-inch board on the two rear posts. Then attach the two 21-inch discs to the sides of the posts, align even with the front and rear 72-inch struts. Cut each of the 12-foot long 2-by-4 discs into 72-inch sections. You should have 10 72-inch sections when done. When working with power tools, such as a circular saw or screwdriver, goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris.