Easy to assemble with 325 cubic feet of storage capacity, the design of the Roughneck® X-Large Storage Shed compliments your home and yard. Its double-walled construction provides extra protection for items stored inside. Durable, all-weather resin ensures no rot, no rust, no problems. Our wall anchor system allows easy installation of shelving, pegboard and other accessories.
Great for storing riding mowers, bicycles, garden tools, large powered equipment, yard supplies, trash cans or seasonal items such as ladders and snow blowers .
Use Rubbermaid wall anchors (included) to add peg board, shelves and other organizational accessories to the inside of the shed.
Durable double wall construction provides an extra layer of protection for added strength and security
Inside Dimensions: 81"w x 81"d x 91"h
Model # 1811860
Storage Capacity: 325 cubic feet
Easy to assemble
Leak-resistant, dent-resistant, weather-resistant
Maintenance Free: no rot, no rust, no problems
Heavy duty, impact resistant floor included
Lockable (lock not included), Steel Reinforced doors for added security
I got this shed while it was on sale because the Suncast shed we have now is full. After reading several reviews on other sites I also purchased 64, 12x12 brick face paving stones from menards to use as my subfloor. I did my ground work and added some cheap playground sand to the base and then layed in my paving stones. I had the paving stones almost perfectly level. I put the shed together 95% by myself and had my wife help pull down the roof while I screwed it in. It took about 3 hours. The directions are really straight forward and easy to read.. However they do not mention that you will need two 7/16" sockets to build and install the truss pieces. No biggie and i'm sure you would figure that out when you got to it..but now you can be all like "yeah, that dude said I would need these" And go ahead and have them out. Everything else is phillips screws.
The only problem I encountered were the doors. Even though the shed is sitting on a solid, almost perfectly leveled subfloor it still needs to be shimmed on one side to get the doors to shut properly. Also the doors swing open pretty close to the ground so make sure your ground work is level in front of the shed as well as under it. I found myself back at Menards tonight getting 16 more paving stones to go in front of the doors and some shims. I could not imagine putting this thing together on grass or uneven ground. The way the pieces snap together it would be a real pain.
Overall I am satisfied with the shed. Like I said I have a 7x7 suncast that I built on uneven ground with no sub floor and it is a lot more sturdy than this one but I also gave a lot more money for it 5 years ago. Just remember unless you want a real headache, you will be out some extra time and money for your sub floor.
Pros: Price, Easy to put together
Cons: Seems A Little Flimsy, Comes with floor but in most cases you still need a sub floor meaning extra $$
I needed to make more space in my garage, so I bought this shed to keep my lawn mower, snowblower, garden tools, extra set of tires, and several other things that were taking up too much space in my garage. I have a very small lot, so my options were limited on where I could place this shed. The only spot that made sense started out not be very level. I got out a shovel and did a little digging to level out the spot I picked, and then topped it off with about a dozen bags of pea gravel to give it a base that would allow for drainage. If I had this to do over again, I would have built an 8' x 8' platform out of treated lumber and leveled that out. There were some complications as I put together that I believe would have been minimized, had I used a hard, completely level surface. That being said, it was still possible for me to put together on a mostly level, somewhat firm surface. Overall, with my wife helping (she is pretty handy) it took a little over 3 hours to put together. For the most part, the unit was easy to put together. There were a few things I didn't like. Almost all of the screw holes needed to be punched out with a screwdriver or punch before installing the screws. Most punched out with ease, but a few were thicker and firmly attached, requiring me to drill a hole (only about 4 or 5 out of over 100 - so it wasn't too bad that way). Also the way the 2 side panels connect to each other was difficult. there is a very narrow sort of hook / lip that is supposed to clasp the sides together. It took some extra patience to keep both pieces straight, and get them to connect. the floor & walls overall were pretty easy to put together, but the roof was a little more difficult. Here's where I think a firm, level surface would have been beneficial. I had to push and tweak the sides a little in order to get the roof panels to line up and snap together effectively. I know this was a result of how I chose the less firm foundation that was not spot on level. With a little tweaking & muscle, it still went together, and onnce attached, it held the building together reasonably square & plumb. The doors also posed a problem for me while working on my less than ideal surface. they would not close properly at first. I needed to tweak and shim the finished building a little bit in order to level things out and allow the doors to close. with a few wood scraps and shims, everything was lining up well and the doors worked as they should. The hook system included for hanging things on the walls are mostly insufficient on their own. I used them to attach a piece of pegboard to one side of the shed. I'll use regular pegboard hooks to hang a few smaller tools. I would not be comfortable with hanging very much weight on the walls inside of this shed. This unit was on sale for [$] and a [$] menards rebate at the time I bought it. Since the [$] Menards rebate is as good as cash to me, I feel OK saying I spent [$] on this item. I feel that I could have bought [$] worth of lumber and hardware and built a shed of my own that would have been similar in size, but a little more solid. But then I'd have to paint it every other year or so, and I'd have to shingle the roof, and it would have taken me more than a few hours to build. It seems like this shed will work for me just fine. I am curious how well it will hold up over the winter with cold temps and snow. So far, I'm not dissappointed with my purchase.
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