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Suncast BMS6810 6’ x 8’ x 8’ Resin Sierra Storage Shed

Item# 07165087000P | Model# BMS6810 | Added on January 13, 2015 |
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Protect Your Belongings No matter what the weather’s looking like outside, you’ll be able to keep your yard equipment safe inside the Suncast 6’ x 8’ x 8’ Sierra storage shed. There’s more than enough room for your push mower, your lawn chairs as well as boxes of seasonal clothes. With a double-wall resin construction and steel reinforcement, this heavy-duty shed will give you peace of mind come hail or storm.

  • A 297 cu. ft. capacity fits a push mower, boxes of seasonal storage and more
  • A double-wall resin construction reinforced by steel protects your items from the weather
  • Metal truss and ridge beam give you adequate roof support
  • Robust double doors with windows give you easy viewing and access to your items
  • Lockable metal handles and hinges provide additional security (padlock not included)
  • Sturdy, reinforced resin floor prevent ground moisture from accumulating inside
  • Functional vents ensure air circulation
  • Foundation required (not included)
  • Measures 6’ x 8’ x 8’
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By Behnam88
July 25th, 2015
Awkward base dimension, quality seems good, need a few hands to install

First, it's packaged in 2 different size boxes (roughly 6ft tall, 4ft wide, and 1 ft deep, one of the boxes being thicker than the other). Fit horizontally in a '04 or '06 Dodge caravan with 2 back row seats removed. Everything was well packaged, no damages to items. Base is awkward shape. The width is 6ft, but the length is longer than 9 ft by about 2 inches, so when cutting 2 4x8 plywood panels for the base into 2 4x6 panels, you will have a gap in the middle. This also makes for tricky cutting of 2x6 boards that are used underneath because they come in 6ft, 8ft, 10ft,and 12ft sizes at your local box box hardware store. So you will need to cut a 10ft or longer piece to something like 98.5 inches. It helped knowing the sizes needed for going to hardware store so I could have them cut it to those sizes (don't trust their cuts!) The base once assembled will weight a lot! You'll need 2 strong people to carry it. Make sure the ground is level! We kinda just placed it in an area of grass in the backyard, but little did we know that a lot of our headache when trying to fasten screws while building was due to the ground not being level and causing a slant in one corner. Holes didn't line up perfectly and a lot of elbow grease was wasted to try to screw in the parts. The door also didn't line up when closed. By lifting one corner and putting some small wood blocks, the doors ended up being level and the roof joints and holes lined up. SO MAKE SURE YOU LEVEL THE GROUND TO SAVE YOURSELF FROM A LOT OF FRUSTRATION!! Also for the install, you really need more than 2 people. Luckily we had family over and had a total of 5 people when putting up the walls and roof. Again, if we had leveled the ground, we could have prob done it with 3 people easily, 2 would still be hard. Initial quality seems very good. Only had it about 3 weeks, so can't say much about reliability, but I'm glad we didn't go with a flimsy metal shed. Note: if you want to screw the base of the shed, which is included (3 separate resin pieces), to your wood foundation, then you'll have to plan ahead and know where to screw it. The base only has 3 screws holding each joint, a total of 6 screws for the 2 joints, and they are meant just for the shed platform. Consider using those 6 screws for foundation to shed install, plus maybe some of the corners before you put up any walls. Got it on a sale early in June for about 550.. It's gone up now to 880. Although most shed in this size will cost you close to 1000, you can get it each early in the summer, like in my case. Another point worth mentioning, there's only 3 roof windows which are located on the right side of the shed, which is pictured. Left side does not have windows.

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Awkward base dimension, quality seems good, need a few hands to install

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First, it's packaged in 2 different size boxes (roughly 6ft tall, 4ft wide, and 1 ft deep, one of the boxes being thicker than the other). Fit horizontally in a '04 or '06 Dodge caravan with 2 back row seats removed. Everything was well packaged, no damages to items.

Base is awkward shape. The width is 6ft, but the length is longer than 9 ft by about 2 inches, so when cutting 2 4x8 plywood panels for the base into 2 4x6 panels, you will have a gap in the middle. This also makes for tricky cutting of 2x6 boards that are used underneath because they come in 6ft, 8ft, 10ft,and 12ft sizes at your local box box hardware store. So you will need to cut a 10ft or longer piece to something like 98.5 inches. It helped knowing the sizes needed for going to hardware store so I could have them cut it to those sizes (don't trust their cuts!) The base once assembled will weight a lot! You'll need 2 strong people to carry it.

Make sure the ground is level! We kinda just placed it in an area of grass in the backyard, but little did we know that a lot of our headache when trying to fasten screws while building was due to the ground not being level and causing a slant in one corner. Holes didn't line up perfectly and a lot of elbow grease was wasted to try to screw in the parts. The door also didn't line up when closed. By lifting one corner and putting some small wood blocks, the doors ended up being level and the roof joints and holes lined up. SO MAKE SURE YOU LEVEL THE GROUND TO SAVE YOURSELF FROM A LOT OF FRUSTRATION!!

Also for the install, you really need more than 2 people. Luckily we had family over and had a total of 5 people when putting up the walls and roof. Again, if we had leveled the ground, we could have prob done it with 3 people easily, 2 would still be hard.

Initial quality seems very good. Only had it about 3 weeks, so can't say much about reliability, but I'm glad we didn't go with a flimsy metal shed.

Note: if you want to screw the base of the shed, which is included (3 separate resin pieces), to your wood foundation, then you'll have to plan ahead and know where to screw it. The base only has 3 screws holding each joint, a total of 6 screws for the 2 joints, and they are meant just for the shed platform. Consider using those 6 screws for foundation to shed install, plus maybe some of the corners before you put up any walls.

Got it on a sale early in June for about 550.. It's gone up now to 880. Although most shed in this size will cost you close to 1000, you can get it each early in the summer, like in my case.

Another point worth mentioning, there's only 3 roof windows which are located on the right side of the shed, which is pictured. Left side does not have windows.

July 25th via sears.com
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