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RBAustin 669 332 April 16, 2016 at 01:27 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (4) More Home Depot Deals
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Home Depot has Deck Boxes on Sale upto 30% Off

Suncast Model # DBW7000 [homedepot.com] -- $69.88 (29% Off)

Suncast Model # DB5500J [homedepot.com] -- $59 (14% Off)

Suncast Model # GH1732J [homedepot.com] -- $49.99 (28% Off) NLA

Most of the sale items ends today (April 16). Hurry....

Price increased for the following:

Suncast Model # DBW7300 [homedepot.com] -- $65 (25% Off)

Suncast Model # GHW1732 [homedepot.com] -- $31.48 (30% Off)

Suncast Model # BMDB60 [homedepot.com] -- $63.70 (27% Off)
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put the prices in your post
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Quote from Candletric View Post :
put the prices in your post
Done!
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I have a couple of different faux wicker ones, and they have been very durable - one is going on 4 years now but mostly in shade. None of these appear to be the thin sided crap ones. It's a very distinctive side pattern, and those are absolutely terrible. This is a different model than the really thin one I picked up a couple of years ago, but it's the same pattern side for illustration. The sides are about 1/2 as thick as the weave or regular side ones. (BTW I have never tried the trash can hiders, so I have no idea on those)
http://www.bootic.com/suncast/hom...n-deck-box
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You're missing the 99 Gal, in the list:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Suncas...ox-DBW9200

Thanks for pointing me to the right sale though Wink
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I have a couple of the 50 gallon model DB5500. They're nice... They double as a bench and are built well. $59 is a good price. Sometimes Target will have it in beige for a little less but you'd have to wait for their sale.
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Am I the only one who saw the title of this post and had these kinds of deck boxes pop into their heads as their first thought?
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99 gallon seems to be the best deal, but sold out online.. Grrrr...
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These are great. I bought the 50 gal one for my small patio to keep gardening tools and supplies. It took me 60 seconds to install since it's really just snapping 6 pieces of the box together.
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99 gallon seems to be the best deal, but sold out online.. Grrrr...
actually I think the 72. it's only about 2 inches shorter in height, width, and depth. $10 cheaper
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How many decks fit in these?

On a more serious note, these will last 4-5 seasons, tops .
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99 gallon was like $79 or something but the 134 gallon at costco/sams is always $99

Quote from phillylex View Post :
How many decks fit in these?

On a more serious note, these will last 4-5 seasons, tops .
i am on season 2 to 3 and see no issues to date

also i think they have a 5 year warranty, so if they go in season 4, that would be ideal.
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Quote from phillylex View Post :
How many decks fit in these?
I don't know, I've only tried it with snakes.

Edit: Anybody else do this, and put it on their front porch to scare away noisy solicitors?
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Last edited by agrm April 17, 2016 at 12:12 AM
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I have a couple of different faux wicker ones, and they have been very durable - one is going on 4 years now but mostly in shade. None of these appear to be the thin sided crap ones. It's a very distinctive side pattern, and those are absolutely terrible. This is a different model than the really thin one I picked up a couple of years ago, but it's the same pattern side for illustration. The sides are about 1/2 as thick as the weave or regular side ones. (BTW I have never tried the trash can hiders, so I have no idea on those)
http://www.bootic.com/suncast/hom...n-deck-box
Wait, what?

Can you re-explain all of that?
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Wait, what?

Can you re-explain all of that?
Suncast makes 3 patterns and 2 thicknesses that I am aware of. The horizontal semi-rounded pattern - sort of like the outside of a log house but typically in the lightish tan color - that I linked to is the thinner kind. Home Depot had it on special last BF or last Spring, cannot remember which. They are simply not worth the money. The box they come in will be much skinnier, almost by 1/2, compared to the better ones, for the same volume. That's because the sides are so much thinner.

The older style kind with a sort of vertical board look (except printed in plastic) often with a kind of arch thingey printed into it - will last a good 10 plus years outside. Thick and durable. They have been most often seen as a 73 gallon version. They have changed the lid recently so you can sit on them in theory - only for kids or adults under 100 maybe 150 pounds. The 50 gallon in the OP is one of the variations on those. Pretty durable.

The faux thatch is almost always that dark or mocha brown, and has a raised, printed basket type weave structure. It's also thick, but they only started offering it a few years ago. I have one that is 3 to 4 years old and going strong, though it is in the shade (see below on UV inhibitors). I purchased 4 more smaller ones with the same thatch/dark brown pattern, again around 50 gallons, last year from Amazon. Most of the sale ones in the OP are this type. Unlike the previous thick walled one, I have not had these sitting in sun for 10 years, so I won't say they as good a value, but at least for now they seem pretty good.

UV inhibitors are what keep the plastic from degrading and getting brittle. Usually the lids just crack and collapse first, but if you leave them long enough you can actually stick your finger through the plastic by accident after a year or two. Sterilite (the worst) and Rubbermaid (maybe 2-4 years in the sun) deteriorate much faster than the Suncast Deck Boxes for exactly this reason. Rubbermaid makes some deck boxes that are pretty good, but the single walled totes are not designed for sunlight. Hope you get it now. hug
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