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Rubbermaid Outdoor Resin Storage Shed, 7' x 10'6"
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Rubbermaid Outdoor Resin Storage Shed, 7' x 10'6"

Item# 07165321000P | Model# 1825260 | Added on February 4, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
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$1,299.99
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The Rubbermaid 7’ x 10’6” Outdoor Resin Storage Shed is large enough to store almost anything you need to keep outdoors. This 467-cubic feet of storage space is crafted with a double-wall construction to last through all seasons and it’s also designed for fast assembly. Featuring two doors and an exterior lock closure, this outdoor storage shed keeps belongings safe and secure from outdoor elements. Skylight and door windows create a brighter space for better visibility. From garden tools to lawn mowers and patio furniture, this tough storage shed is excellent for all your storing needs. Heavy-duty, impact-resistant floor included. Features skylight and door windows for increased visibility Double-walled construction for durability Maintenance-free, leak-, dent-, and weather-resistant Easy 2-person assembly for fast installation Included floor is heavy duty and impact resistant Lockable doors for added security (Lock sold separately) 
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By mkfeny
July 26th, 2012
Building of Rubbermaid shed Model # 3719

I honestly have to say when these two HUGE boxes came off the back of the delivery truck I said what did I get myself into. But it wasn't that bad. First make sure you put the shed on level ground. I cleared an area and used patio blocks which was hard but the shed is now on a strong level surface. Then just follow the instructions step by step the floor and walls come together pretty good. The hardest part is putting the roof on. It's not quite as easy as the instructions say but what I found that helped was lubing the end that goes into the metal rail with wd~40 and using a long chisel or screwdriver to help push it in. You defently need two people to install the roof. I am not a real handy guy but my wife and I finished the job in about 6 hours. The Shed is sturdy and worth the money, Good luck to all.

110 found this review helpful
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By shitzngiggles69
July 29th, 2014
A nightmare

I'm 56 years old and not stupid but this purchase is the 2nd biggest mistake I've ever made, the 1st, not going to college. 3 of us have been at this for 3 days and we just can't get the roof on. We have tried everything. Greasing, pounding, sliding. Going according to directions and not going by directions. 100 different suggestions that didn't work. Also, we have leveled and leveled and the doors won't close. We are at our wits end and don't know how other 4 & 5 star reviewers did it. I absolutely do not recommend this shed.

12 found this review helpful
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MICHAEL STEELE
| Earned 241 community points in Summer
26 days ago
407paul

Bit of hassle, but glad it is done.

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From other reviews, I expected the assembly of this product to be a time consuming challenge. So I was prepared to spend a day working on it with a friend's help. But even before getting started, I should mention that the online order got screwed up due to some system glitch with Sears. I was charged on my credit card and got an email confirmation of the order, but when no delivery confirmation came through and I called about it, Sears customer service said it showed cancelled on their end. They apologized and reordered along with 10% off the price for the inconvenience. I was charged a second time and had to wait about two weeks for the first charge to be credited.
When the two big boxes arrived I was apprehensive since both had crushed, torn and taped corners. Everything looked new and all the parts were included . But I'm fairly certain it was returned since I noticed some work had already been done in preparing the floor slots for assembly. Anyway, it took about 6-7 hours to build. At least 30 minutes was spend picking the protective paper off the plexiglass windows to be installed on the doors. The roof panels are the biggest challenge as other have mentioned, but with a lot of force and effort, we got it done. The shed roof gables have slots for an optional support beam on both sides. I did not bother with it at first, but when the black plastic roof started to sag in the hot Florida sun within one week, I went and got two beams and additional pieces of wood & brackets to install supports without taking the roof apart. More hassle, but now the roof is strait and sturdy. Lastly, when the shed was all together, the bottom of the two doors were too tight to close properly. I contacted Rubbermaid and they asked for all sorts of measurements and confirmation that everything was square and level. Turns out the hole sockets in the floor panels were more narrow that the same sockets the hold the top or the doors in the roof gables. Rubbermaid offered to send another floor panel, but there was no way I would take this monster apart and rebuild it again. Instead I drilled out and expanded the floor socket holes so the bottoms of the doors could shift outward and then close without overlapping. I had to add some large washers under the door hinge rods, but that seemed to work OK. Rubbermaid has offered $25 credit toward another product. I'm asking for some accessories instead. We'll see what they will do in the end. Overall this was a big project. It seems to be good quality materials and it provides room for lots of storage. If you are not a do-it-yourself person with plenty of patience, I would say pay to have someone else assemble it for you.

October 14th, 2014 via sears.com
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HandyManBillATX

Warps Over Time

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I acquired this shed from a recent purchase of a home and the previous owner left this shed in the backyard. The base was not perfectly level which makes it extremely difficult to close the doors.

I am tempted to move the shed out of the way and pour a proper concrete foundation in order to fix the misalignment.

The roof panels have warped to the point that I see gaps of light through the eaves. I don't know the exact age of the shed, but it can't be more than 5 years old. There are no signs of any leaks from the rain, but the shed is far from air-tight and it's very easy for critters to have access into the shed.

I don't plan to store anything in this shed that I wouldn't have any concern for rusting from the elements either.

I am in the process of looking for a new door handle to replace as the bolts have sheared from the existing handle from having to fight the assembly when opening/closing the doors.

If I were to buy another shed in the future, it definitely wouldn't be this design.

September 30th, 2014 via kmart.com
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Vickie Plasterer
| Earned 26 community points in Rubbermaid

Our "STUFF" is safe from the elements, in an easy to assemble sturdy & very affordable Storage Unit

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Before we begin our review, we first have to reference another review that we question as being factual; It Reads as follows:" I've been a Tradesman for 36 years, so I know how to build and use tools. This Rubbermaid shed is so poorly engineered it isn't worth wasting your time or money on. Panels don't align properly so it's a struggle to assemble. Not sure how a weekend do-it-yourselfer could possible call this easy." Now our review: I am a disabled 60 year old female with an artificial left elbow & two artificial knees. My husband, a " weekend do-it-yourselfer". Together we constructed this easy to assemble storage unit in 6 hours. This time includes our constructing the building block base. The ONLY time consuming issue we encountered was installing the final roof panel. However, we did find a way to resolve this issue by me, standing inside the unit, raised the panel with a broom stick, & while standing on a ladder, he fastened the panel from the outside. Pleased & w/no leaks

September 6th, 2014
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shitzngiggles69

A nightmare

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I'm 56 years old and not stupid but this purchase is the 2nd biggest mistake I've ever made, the 1st, not going to college. 3 of us have been at this for 3 days and we just can't get the roof on. We have tried everything. Greasing, pounding, sliding. Going according to directions and not going by directions. 100 different suggestions that didn't work. Also, we have leveled and leveled and the doors won't close. We are at our wits end and don't know how other 4 & 5 star reviewers did it. I absolutely do not recommend this shed.

July 29th, 2014 via sears.com
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Justa Guy
| Earned 55 community points in Rubbermaid

Not great, not bad.

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Overall not a bad shed. It went together easily and it looks decent.

What disappointed me?

1) It was missing two of the six roof panels, and it was missing a half dozen wall connectors! This meant that;
a) I couldn't finish the shed and start using it, but had to cover it with a tarp, or choose to not put it together that day and wait for the parts.
b) Hassle contacting the company to arrange the parts to be sent out, and finish it another day.

2) The protective paper on the perspex windows was a PITA to remove. We considered soaking them in warm soapy water but without specific direction to do so were concerned we would make a sticky mess.

3) The doors do not close easily, but get jammed, requiring a boot to the base and a fist to the top to close. They are just a bad fit. The shed sits on a concrete tennis court so it has a very flat foundation.

4) The door handle, and latch mechanism is poorly designed.

Kudos to Rubbermaid who FedEx the missing panels and parts quickly.

June 7th, 2014
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Ezegeezy

Nice product

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Easy to build. Nice and sturdy

May 16th, 2014 via sears.com
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wait4me

don't waste your money

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I've been a Tradesman for 36 years, so I know how to build and use tools. This Rubbermaid shed is so poorly engineered it isn't worth wasting your time or money on. Panels don't align properly so it's a struggle to assemble. Not sure how a weekend do-it-yourselfer could possible call this easy. The best part was it was missing a roof panel, and it will take a month to get another one. Don't waste your time or money on this lousy piece of merchandise.

April 29th, 2014 via sears.com
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SilveradoSteve

Lots of space and big doors

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I really like this shed, it was fairly easy to put together and I had no ground prep work because it was set on a already covered concrete slab, I like the big doors and it has a super tough floor that I think would stand up to anything. I ran a cord for an electric light and thought I would have to drill a hole or something but the cord went through the top air vent and I mounted the light fixture to the metal top rail and I can walk in there at 6' tall and not even come close to hitting the light so it worked out perfect for me.

April 28th, 2014 via sears.com
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Christine Ripple
| Earned 25 community points in Summer
March 23rd, 2013
TAMMY OBRY
| Earned 15 community points in Sheds & Storage Buildings
December 16th, 2012
Richard Rousseau
| Earned 7 community points in Rubbermaid
December 15th, 2012
SHIRLEY MUMMAH
| Earned 7 community points in Rubbermaid
December 15th, 2012
HEATHER TAYLOR
| Earned 7 community points in Sheds & Storage Buildings
December 6th, 2012
Rebecca Hackett
| Earned 7 community points in Rubbermaid

Great Storage!

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This is great to keep your lawn mower and bikes in instead of taking up room in the garage. You'll love it.

November 23rd, 2012
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Pamela Mitts
| Earned 61 community points in Storage
November 12th, 2012
znoxide1 znoxide1
| Earned 115 community points in Sheds & Storage Buildings
November 11th, 2012
mkfeny

Building of Rubbermaid shed Model # 3719

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<p>I honestly have to say when these two HUGE boxes came off the back of the delivery truck I said what did I get myself into. But it wasn't that bad. First make sure you put the shed on level ground. I cleared an area and used patio blocks which was hard but the shed is now on a strong level surface. Then just follow the instructions step by step the floor and walls come together pretty good. The hardest part is putting the roof on. It's not quite as easy as the instructions say but what I found that helped was lubing the end that goes into the metal rail with wd~40 and using a long chisel or screwdriver to help push it in. You defently need two people to install the roof. I am not a real handy guy but my wife and I finished the job in about 6 hours. The Shed is sturdy and worth the money, Good luck to all.</p>

July 26th, 2012 via sears.com
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