Suncast GS4000 Vertical Garden Shed, 60-cubic ft

May 28, 2014 - Comment

A perfect storage solution for your backyard, this durable Vertical Garden Shed is an excellent way to keep all your gardening tools and garage equipment covered, safe, and secure. 60 Cubic foot capacity. Long lasting stay-dry design, resin construction. Internal Size: 5’7″H x 4’1″W x 2’7″D. Built-in support for wood shelf – hooks and shelves

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A perfect storage solution for your backyard, this durable Vertical Garden Shed is an excellent way to keep all your gardening tools and garage equipment covered, safe, and secure. 60 Cubic foot capacity. Long lasting stay-dry design, resin construction. Internal Size: 5’7″H x 4’1″W x 2’7″D. Built-in support for wood shelf – hooks and shelves not included. Hot items such as recently used grills, blowtorches, etc. must not be stored in the shed. Heavy articles should not be leaned against the walls, as this may cause distortion and permanent damage. Keep roof clean of snow and leaves. Not intended for storage of flammable or caustic chemicals. Store heavy items near the bottom of shed. Not intended for use by children. Do not stand, sit, or store items on storage shed roof. Handle carefully in extreme temperatures. Assembly level/degree of difficulty: Easy. Made in AmericaHandy for all seasons, this 60-cubic-foot vertical shed stores everything from pool equipment to snow blowers. It can also accommodate long-handled tools, outdoor toys, and deck furniture. The double doors feature a foot latch to secure them to the floor and a built-in hasp for a padlock. The floor’s ramp makes it easy to roll items in and out, while the stay-dry design keeps the weather off your tools and playthings. The shed also comes with a built-in support for adding a wood shelf. Suncast’s simple, snap-together assembly takes less than half an hour. –Emily Bedard

Product Features

  • Crafted from durable, weather-resistant resin
  • Padlock hasp and foot-lock secure doors to ramp
  • Simple to assemble
  • Assembled size: 55 by 37 by 72 inches (width by depth by height)
  • Capacity: 49 by 31 by 67 inches (width by depth by height)
  • Caution: Accessories listed in “Frequently Viewed/Purchased With” menu below do not guarantee compatibility with this item

Comments

Wood Creation's "LG" says:

Needs at least 1 or 2 shelves included 0

Kristin Zhivago "Author, Roadmap to Revenue: ... says:

Just right for outdoor storage, a little small, needs small tool solution Relatively easy to assemble. Definitely keeping the weather out. Great for storing long-handled tools, not so great for smaller tools. Needs a wire basket or some other way of storing smaller tools such as clippers and trowels, away from the bottom. I’m hoping to solve that problem, and when I do, I will consider this purchase a success. It’s not as attractive as a wood shed, but for the money, and if you don’t have much space, this is a good solution.Update, Sept 2009 – we bought one of those “shower accessories” – several wire trays on a pole – modified it just slightly (I think we had to shorten it to fit) and installed it in the back left corner of the shed. That’s where we keep our small tools, and it works well.There are two other problems with this shed. One, if the wind is really strong (we live on a bay), it can blow over. We used a piece of wood to attach it to the side of the house, and that solved the problem. Two, it’s a favorite place for wasps…

Camera Shy says:

Warped Pieces but not a Deal-Breaker As other reviewers have mentioned, the quality control regarding the warped pieces and moving pieces (i.e., doors) interfering with one another is an issue; however not a deal-breaker. The unit goes together rather easily and the design is quite good. It took me alone no more than 30 minutes to assemble and 15 of those minutes was because of a ghost-hunt for piece “M” which the instructions included as a required step. Then I realized piece “M” had already been installed by the factory.If not for the poor instructions, the unit could not be easier to assemble. Hint: If you’ve assembled one, the second one would literally take 5 minutes. The point is to not over-think how the unit is assembled. As for snapping the sides into place, I found laying the unit on its side and sitting on the connection points (with the motion of trying to pop a balloon by sitting on it) worked.I will need to trim away the door tops with a razor knife since they interfere with…

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