Leisure Season Extra Large Storage Shed, Solid Wood, Decay Resistant

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Solve your storage problems. This extra large storage shed keeps items safe, dry and clean. Roomy enough to store lawn equipment and furnishings, strong enough for power tools and sporting gear, yet handsome enough to compliment any yard decor. Features extra wide front opening for easy access, padlockable doors and adjustable shelving to organize recreational

Solve your storage problems. This extra large storage shed keeps items safe, dry and clean. Roomy enough to store lawn equipment and furnishings, strong enough for power tools and sporting gear, yet handsome enough to compliment any yard decor. Features extra wide front opening for easy access, padlockable doors and adjustable shelving to organize recreational and workshop essentials. Crafted of solid wood harvested from the Cypress tree family with decay resistance similar to Western Red Cedar. Moisture resistant for maximum weather protection during all four seasons. Easy-to-follow assembly instructions inside package. Ships anywhere in North America.

Product Features

  • Large-scale capacity (37-inchl x 75-inchw x 73-inchh)
  • Secures and shelters lawn equipment, seasonal items and other outdoor valuables
  • Stained medium brown color and finished with protective coating increases durability and adaptability to outdoor furnishings
  • Double doors make entry and exit easy
  • Retards pests so unit stays maintenance-free

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Sassy_CA_Girl says:

Great shed for the price! We bought this as a toy storage shed for our 4 year-old son’s backyard play area. Amazingly EASY assembly … He and I had it together in 45 minutes before his Dad even realized we were done. Great quality and really nice cedar smell. Very satisfied!

Anonymous says:

Very easy to put together and holds up agains strong wind and bad weather. It also looks nicer than most sheds, glad I found it when it was still affordable.

Anonymous says:

Be sure to put it together on a level surface otherwise things at the top won’t line up. Or level the floor with shims before attaching the sidewalls. The instructions don’t say anything about this, but I should know better.

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