Suncast 36-Cubic Premium Multi-Purpose Storage Shed

December 28, 2013 - Comment

36-Cubic foot capacity. Product Features Multipurpose storage shed Stay dry design; easy 10-minute assembly, no tools required Long lasting resin construction lockable lid for safety Heavy duty 1-1/2-Inches thick double wall, blow molded construction

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36-Cubic foot capacity.

Product Features

  • Multipurpose storage shed
  • Stay dry design; easy 10-minute assembly, no tools required
  • Long lasting resin construction
  • lockable lid for safety
  • Heavy duty 1-1/2-Inches thick double wall, blow molded construction

Comments

Matthew Marlowe says:

Best form factor for pool equipment but looks bigger than it is I was looking for a shed to go along with a new pool. The key requirements including accommodating various shaped and sized items, good protection from weather/someone spraying water nearby, and lastly — a simple absolutely safe structure that had no risk of accidentally spilling muriatic acid or other dangerous chemicals necessary for the pool which might be stored inside. This structure fits all those needs – it also seems plenty durable. Construction takes under 1hr for ~3 people working together. You might be able to build it on your own, but luckily I didn’t have to test that. Problems: First, fitting the hinges to the top of the shed can be confusing. Also, from the pictures on amazon and the stated dimensions, I thought the unit would be bigger. Apparently the dimensions include the roof which stretches out somewhat beyond the main unit itself which has medium sized walls. The actual interior is smaller. However, it is tall and wide enough for our purposes. Just for…

lbinav says:

The only one that holds all my cushions I have a patio set with extra large cushions (largest is 28″ square) plus throw pillows and dining chair cushions. This was the only container that held them all without looking like a storage building, and I might add there is no room to spare. I would describe it as a cross between a deck box and a storage shed. I would have preferred something that looks like brown wicker but there is simply nothing on the market that is large enough. This is a monster, so measure carefully. It was not hard to put together. It took two 50+ women about 20 minutes. There is only one way everything fits together, it all snaps in place nicely, just identify the pieces and follow the directions. The “hardware” is all plastic which seems sturdy enough, so there are no metal parts to corrode. It has not rained since I’ve had it but I see no way for rain to get in, at least from the top. The box must be level for the split top to close properly to allow water to run off. Note that it’s not…

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