Suncast GS1250B Vertical Tool Shed, 20-cubic ft

June 19, 2013 - Comment

SUNCAST Vertical Utility Shed stores long-handled tools like brooms, mops, shovels or rakes. Constructed of durable resin material, versatile shed can be placed indoors or out. Features include lockable doors with padlock hasp and built-in supports for wood shelves (not included).Keep garden tools and pool supplies out from under foot with this 20-cubic-foot vertical shed

SUNCAST Vertical Utility Shed stores long-handled tools like brooms, mops, shovels or rakes. Constructed of durable resin material, versatile shed can be placed indoors or out. Features include lockable doors with padlock hasp and built-in supports for wood shelves (not included).Keep garden tools and pool supplies out from under foot with this 20-cubic-foot vertical shed from Suncast. Both tidy and accommodating, the shed features a floor ramp, a foot lock, and built-in supports for adding a wood shelf. A padlock hasp at the handles lets you double lock the shed. Suncast’s construction combines durable resin with a stay-dry design, while the dimensions are perfect for both toys and tools. The simple, snap-together assembly takes less than half an hour. –Emily Bedard

Product Features

  • Crafted from durable, weather-resistant resin
  • Lockable doors with foot latch and padlock hasp to to secure belongings
  • Easy, tool-free assembly
  • Assembled size: 31 by 23 by 72 inches (width by depth by height)
  • Capacity: 27 by 19 by 68 inches (width by depth by height)

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Wood Creation's "LG" says:

Needs at least 1 or 2 shelves included This is a solid body storage building exactly as advertised. My goal was to store a mower, trimmer, blower, gas and miscellaneous items. I had to build a shelf (not included) notch it to fit and install it before putting roof in place. It works great for gas and miscellaneous items leaving room for taller items but they must be tilted some. If you have a mower with retractable handles (which I do not) it will fit in this building. (So mower is still out) Other than that it has cleared up the mess in the back and locks the flammables up too.Be careful to read instructions because it would be very difficult to take pieces apart after clicked into place.If you are planning to store a mower I would recomend a larger unit just for ease of use. This one is great for a lot of gardening supplies but I think they should provide at least 2 or more shelves.

Kristin Zhivago "Author, Roadmap to Revenue: ... says:

Just right for outdoor storage, a little small, needs small tool solution Relatively easy to assemble. Definitely keeping the weather out. Great for storing long-handled tools, not so great for smaller tools. Needs a wire basket or some other way of storing smaller tools such as clippers and trowels, away from the bottom. I’m hoping to solve that problem, and when I do, I will consider this purchase a success. It’s not as attractive as a wood shed, but for the money, and if you don’t have much space, this is a good solution.Update, Sept 2009 – we bought one of those “shower accessories” – several wire trays on a pole – modified it just slightly (I think we had to shorten it to fit) and installed it in the back left corner of the shed. That’s where we keep our small tools, and it works well.There are two other problems with this shed. One, if the wind is really strong (we live on a bay), it can blow over. We used a piece of wood to attach it to the side of the house, and that solved the problem. Two, it’s a favorite place for wasps…

runfast "marathon_runner" says:

Good inside design for maximum usage You can put up to 6 shelves inside to fully use all the cubic space available. But you may just need 4 and leave the lower two open for big size items to be stored. Rubbermaid has a similar size shed but it can only accept three shelves and waste a lot of spaces. The Rubbermaid shed uses much fewer pieces to assembly than this one. The assmbly is pretty easy if you follow the manu but it does take some time (1-2 hours). After I finished the assembly there were some rain and the inside was try except a couple of water drops. The only concern is its sturdiness since it’s assembled with 28 pieces and so far so good. I don’t expect it can stand a ternado or hurricane. One thing I wan to alert you: when you buy the shelves do measure the inside and ignore the manu since if you buy the side according it yuo will find the shelves will shift too much to the left or right. You want them more stable, right?Recommended.

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