Suncast BMS4900 Glidetop Slide Lid Shed

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Suncast’s GLIDETOP Slide Lid Shed features long lasting, easy to maintain, double wall resin construction. It has a sliding lid for walk in access. It also features a reinforced sturdy floor for tractor support. It is ideal for storage of bikes, mowers, patio furniture and can be locked. Product Features Long lasting, easy to maintain,

Suncast’s GLIDETOP Slide Lid Shed features long lasting, easy to maintain, double wall resin construction. It has a sliding lid for walk in access. It also features a reinforced sturdy floor for tractor support. It is ideal for storage of bikes, mowers, patio furniture and can be locked.

Product Features

  • Long lasting, easy to maintain, double wall resin structure
  • Sliding lid for walk in access
  • Easy bolt, secure assembly that requires minimal tools
  • Reinforced sturdy floor for tractor support

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John M. says:

Very pleased with this product! Because of H.O.A. restrictions in my neighborhood, my only option for a backyard storage shed was one that would not be visible above the fence line. Along with this product, I also considered a very similar shed made by Rubbermaid. As a previous owner of the shed made by Rubbermaid, I recalled an issue with the sliding roof, whereby if you accidentally lifted the roof while attempting to slide it back, it would tend to come off the track. Although similar in appearance, I noted that the Suncast shed provided more total sq. ft., and also had a roof that appeared to be more secure than the Rubbermaid shed. I placed my order for 2 Suncast sheds, and they arrived as scheduled. I experienced no issues with CEVA delivery service whatsoever. I received an email from CEVA asking me to call to set up a delivery date and time, and upon doing so, my items were delivered when promised.The shipping box for this item measures approx. 5′ tall x 5′ wide x 1.5′ deep, and weighs…

Brownshoe says:

Product is great, but the shipping is sketchy in Chicago The product itself is top-notch. Sturdy, roomy, easy to set up, and long-lasting. I have no beef with the product itself. The problem is the third-party shipper in Chicago, CEVA, does not adhere to Amazon’s delivery descriptions. Amazon sells the item with its “scheduled delivery” service. This means you choose a day and a three-hour window in which the product is delivered.Starting 48 hours before the delivery, CEVA started calling me and telling when they will arrive, which was not within the delivery window. I chose Amazon and I paid for scheduled delivery because I had to coordinate someone to be home to receive the shipment, workers to carry the item, and for cars to be moved from the parking area where it would be delivered.Despite me insistence CEVA called me the day of delivery, told me they were ignoring the schedule because they were ready now, and that I would be required to reschedule if I could not be there several hours before my delivery. I…

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