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Suncast 4x2 Cedar Resin Vertical Hybrid Shed

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Suncast 4x2 Cedar Resin Vertical Hybrid Shed
Cut and drilled for easy assembly, everything's a snap with this storage shed. The beautiful, natural cedar wood finish and resin construction promise durability, and the sturdy floor reinforcement means you can hide away items of all shapes and sizes.
  • Shed
  • Beautiful, natural cedar construction
  • Durable, easy-to-assemble resin floor and roof
  • Cedar doors with cast aluminum handles.
  • Double door opening of 39" x 70"
  • Sturdy floor with extra reinforcement for heavier items
  • All pieces pre-cut and pre-drilled
  • Assembly required
  • Measures 56"W x 30"D x 77"H
  • Inside measures 50"W x 24"D x 73.5"H
  • Natural cedar with chocolate accents
  • Made in USA with US and foreign products

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5.0

This is a great shed!

By Xinnia

from West Chester, PA

About Me Handyman

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Keeps Animals In/Out
  • Modern design
  • Solid Construction
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

  • no shelves

Best Uses

  • Garden Tools
  • Potting Supplies
  • Storage

Comments about Suncast 4x2 Cedar Resin Vertical Hybrid Shed:

[...] We ordered two and had handyman build them - it took him about a day for both. He added shelves and hooks too. I thought a shelf came with it based on a picture I saw of the interior but that was not the case once unpacked and built (my bad though). They are very nice looking and seem sturdy. The plastic roof and floor should hold up better than wood so the hybrid makes sense even though they will be under our deck.

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