Rubbermaid Horizontal Storage Shed, 32-cubic ft

June 19, 2013 - Comment

The Rubbermaid 3747 Large Horizontal Shed boasts 32 cubic feet of storage space, tough, durable floors, and molded-in grooves for one shelf (not included). This shed also has a hinged roof design with prop bar which provides easy accessibility to contents inside and lockable doors on the front (lock not included). Assembly is quick and

The Rubbermaid 3747 Large Horizontal Shed boasts 32 cubic feet of storage space, tough, durable floors, and molded-in grooves for one shelf (not included). This shed also has a hinged roof design with prop bar which provides easy accessibility to contents inside and lockable doors on the front (lock not included). Assembly is quick and easy with the interlocking panels.

Product Features

  • Horizontal storage shed for indoor/outdoor use
  • 32 cubic feet of storage space; grid floor helps keep long handled tools in place
  • Rugged high-density polyethylene construction won’t chip, crack or peel
  • Includes interlocking resin panels and lockable doors (locks not included)
  • Outer dimensions: 47 inches high, 60 inches wide, 32 inches deep; 105 pounds

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L. Ventimiglia "Book Junkie" says:

Don’t waste your money I have had this shed for less than one year. High temperatures here in the summer months reach high 90’s with the occasional day at one hundred degrees. This shed is in partial shade during much of the afternoon, yet the heat buckled it so badly that it had to be wired back together—it actually popped apart! It became so warped that the top will not close.Before that, during the winter, it contracted so much from the cold, (which, at worst, would be about 20 degrees at night) that spaces appeared at all the seams and water and snow went right in.So, what good is a shed that literally pops apart and is not water resistant?It is quite expensive and not at all reliable, unless, of course, you live in a mild climate where it is always balmy and never rains or snows.

C. Hausler says:

Great shed We’ve had our shed for years in a warmer part of California, it has held up well. We store outdoor furniture cushions and BBQ supplies in it. Convenient, easy to use. When assembling, use dish soap to moisten the joints and the pieces slide together better.

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