Suncast 98-Cubic Foot Horizontal Blowmolded Shed

December 28, 2013 - Comment

Durable blowmolded resin construction Product Features Robust doors with easy to grip handle Double door opening of 47-1/2-inch wide by 74-inch Sturdy floor with extra reinforcement for heavier items

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Durable blowmolded resin construction

Product Features

  • Robust doors with easy to grip handle
  • Double door opening of 47-1/2-inch wide by 74-inch
  • Sturdy floor with extra reinforcement for heavier items

Comments

Kenneth Collins says:

Easy to assemble This shed is probably the easiest one I have put together. I did it myself in about 30 minutes even though it recommends 2 for the roof panels. Each piece was well labeled and the instructions were excellent. It is also well constructed. I would definitely purchase this product again.

Zen Ben says:

Terrific shed! I bought this about a month ago and assembled it alone in my back yard in about 2 hours, and Bam! I had a shed! There were some minor problems with part fit, but no show stoppers. The next day, I cut a shelf for it according to the diagram in the instruction manual and it fit perfectly.The quality seems good, the instructions were accurate, if repetitive. One warning: this is a heavy box when you get it. You don’t really need help to assemble it if you are tall, but you do need help to move the box around when it arrives.I have a reel-mower, hoes and rakes, brooms, hoses, paint cans, a weedeater, a croquet set and a bunch of stuff like that all now off my deck and in this shed. It’s a nice looking shed: under-stated. It just sort of disappears. In the last few weeks it’s been through blistering heat and pouring rain and wind. Everything inside has been just fine- no leaks and no problems. It comes with a plastic floor, but I put it on top of a base made out of…

WCA says:

I just LOVE this shed This is the third Suncast shed I have built. I have the 20 cubit foot, and the 52 cubic foot. The contents have ALWAYS stayed dry, no leaks at all, and I am in an area where we get torrential rains in the summer. This 98 cubic foot shed is almost identical to the others except bigger, much bigger. It is helpful to have a second person handy to help hold the walls while you insert the plastic screws. It is built to accommodate 4 wood shelves that you would have to make yourself. Too bad they do not sell prefab plastic shelves as an option. What I did was buy TWO sets of five tiered plastic shelving at Lowes that measured 42 inches wide, 16 inches deep and 72 inches wide. Home Depot only has 36 inch wide shelves. Even with the 44 inch wide shelves, I still had almost 10 inches inches on one side to put a 4-step step ladder and some tools. Even with the shelves being 72 inches high, I still had room to put 4 folding plastic chairs on the top shelf. I used shims under the front…

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