Suncast BMS8000 7-1/2-Feet by 10-1/2-Feet Alpine Shed

December 2, 2013 - Comment

Suncast’s Alpine Shed is constructed from durable blow molded resin. It has 14 windows with contrast trim and robust double doors with articulating metal hardware. The sturdy floor features extra reinforcement in tractor wheel areas. The metal trusses and ridge beam provide roof support. Product Features Durable 1-1/2-inch thick double wall construction 14 windows with

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Suncast’s Alpine Shed is constructed from durable blow molded resin. It has 14 windows with contrast trim and robust double doors with articulating metal hardware. The sturdy floor features extra reinforcement in tractor wheel areas. The metal trusses and ridge beam provide roof support.

Product Features

  • Durable 1-1/2-inch thick double wall construction
  • 14 windows with contrast trim
  • Robust double doors with articulating metal hardware
  • Sturdy floor with reinforcement in tractor-wheel areas
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Andrew J. Montemayor says:

Very Nice Shed I ordered this from Amazon after seeing a smaller version at Home Depot. We had checked out all types of sheds and I was amazed at how well designed this unit is.Most of the metal sheds are so flimsy that I could open a “locked” door by pushing straight in at the edge of the door and buckling it in half. (I did this with one finger!) the wood sheds we looked at we’re very expensive so I had to rule them out.This unit is very sturdy and roomy. The set up was fairly easy with two people. It was much harder to build a proper foundation than to put this shed together. The one suggestion I will make for anyone buying this shed, get a tube of superglue and use a couple drops to hold each of the rubber seals in place that they give you for the windows. We had a heck of a time trying to get the seals to stay in the proper position until we could screw the window frame into place. Superglue to the rescue!This is a really good quality shed and I would…

Vanessa Cullen says:

Prep work is key to this being easy My husband put all the windows in the panels in our garage and did any other assembly there days before we put the shed up. Then we had a concrete pad done for the base. On the day we put this up we carried the pieces out and snapped this cute shed together and screwed it down to the concrete base. So easy. We had this put up in less than 3 hours. The prep work is the key.

Louis Eales says:

Great product Did some internet research before buying this product. It arrived on time in a large cagro delivery truck in two large boxes. Had to open the boxes and carry all of the shed parts into the backyard one at a time since the boxes were about 200 lbs each.Building a seperate wood platform deck took about one weekend to put together and level. You will definitly need another person when you start building the actual shed to help you hold pieces in place. Assembling the windows was a bit of a pain, after reading other reviews learned that using super glue helped to hold the rubber gasket in the right place in order to fasten the plastic windows. And the roof was difficult to put together as well. But aftger completion it turned out to be a pretty decent shed. Very roomy, and feels sturdy. It does have open air vents to help keep it from boiling on the inside. Waiting to see what happens when it rains. So far I like it.

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