Great Shed at a Great Price. A question I had when looking was who made it? Answer is Suncast, I was glad to learn this when I opened the boxes. Suncast stands up to our intense Florida Summer heat year after year. Plan on a day to do this .. the foundation needs to be level so all of the pieces will fit properly. With Termites a problem here for us and NOT wanting to pour a concrete slab I went with large prepoured flat concrete 24" squares available at the local home improvement store. I set these on a base of recycled concrete stones to minimize shifting of the stones and to get them all level under the floor of the shed. The assembly was simple very easy to understand directions and the well made pieces. not a single part needed trimmed or "worked in" a concern from other sheds I looked at. When it was done we had two days of pouring rain it was bone dry inside. I would highly recommend this after the last 3 months of heavy use it both looks and works Great
I love this shed and would love to give 5 stars. Up till now the product has performed to my full expectations. I purchased two of these; 8 X 4 X 8.5 sizes almost two years ago. I have used them more than any item except for my mower. However, they both have developed long penetrating cracks through the right front corners of the corner panels. This makes them susceptible to rain, snow, and dust...and possible will cause complete destruction if the cracks continue the entire length. Not even two years old, and this occurs. Unsatisfactory.
Great shed space for our family. Wish there were more accessories available for it at Sears though. We actually b0ught thr smaller one then had to upgrade as the original shed did not have the correct pieces in the box. We are happy we got the bigger one. It really doesnt take up that much more room.
Purchased the 8x7 shed w/ $300 points cash back with free delivery! The item was delivered promptly in undamaged boxes. After inventory, it took approximated 90 minutes to build using a cordless drill (there are many screws). The Sears Lawn and Garden associate was fantastic and let us look at the instructions before the shed arrived. You must build a foundation for this shed to sit on (not included). It can be gravel, concrete, or pressure treated lumber. I spent approximately $85 for the supplies (pressure treated lumber, vapor barrier, concrete cap blocks, wood screws). It took me about 2.5 hours to build the foundation using pressure treated lumber. The shed is secured to the foundation with 6 lag bolts (floor). This shed is constructed of heavy duty resin compared to my old 1990s Suncast shed it replaced. Much more stylish too. We've had several thunderstorms roll through in the past couple of weeks. The shed is solid and has handled 25-30mph gusts and heavy rain just fine.