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Suncast BMS7775 7-1/2-Feet by 7-Feet Alpine Shed

by Suncast
12 customer reviews

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  • Durable blow molded resin construction
  • 10 windows with contrast trim
  • Robust double doors with articulating metal hardware
  • Sturdy floor with reinforcement in tractor-wheel areas
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Product Description

Suncast's Alpine Shed is constructed from durable blow molded resin. It has 10 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 Details

  • Product Dimensions: 84 x 90 x 102 inches ; 375 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 375 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004Z00V00
  • Item model number: BMS7775
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223,798 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Serious Reader on May 7, 2012
I purchased this as garden storage unit but within a few months (and assembly is very easy, even for someone like me who lost one arm (left) in Viet Nam) my father-in-law died. It was only a matter of time before the mother-in-law arrived. We all fought like cats and dogs. One day, she apparently moved out. But it was only as far as this garden shed. She ran an extension cord from the house for her TV and jiffy heater. She uses a camper potty that I had stored in there and she only comes to the house when invited--once a week for dinner and a shower. She loves it! And so do we. Thank you amazon.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mohammad Anower on June 26, 2012
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After a lot of research and visit Lowes and Home Depot, I decided to buy this Suncast Shed. first the look..I love those windows all around. Price..Amazon gave me 20% off using GARDEN20 code and Amazon Chase Card. So I paid 605.00 for the shed. When I orderd it said out of stock and taked 2 weeks to deliver. I ordered it on June 13 and received it on June 18th. It was shipped by Suncat directly. Deliver guy called me at 11 am and left the shed by my driveway. 2 packages. Huge. I have a hand cart. I open the package and the parts are not that heavy. I took them on my back yard with 3 trips. Now the installation...its easy. I did it just by myself..alone. 4 hours. You dont need any help if you can install any IKEA thingz.

Installation:

I have a Honda CRV and I dont want to rent a truck for lumber. Lowes never cut pressure treated wood according to your size so Home Depot is the only option....they will do it for you.

Base:

1. Go to Home Depot and buy 7 2x6x8 pressure treated lumber. Let them cut it. 2 86" and 5 84". Dont leave the left over 12" and 10" lumber. You will need them.

2. Get pcs 2 x 8 pressure treated ply wood. Let them cut 43 x 42. 4 pcs. Get 2.5" deck nails. Load them on your car.

3. Follow the direction on the manual to make the base. Lie down the 86" and put the 84" on the middle like and make T. Put 2 84" on both side and 2 on the middle of both again. Nail them and close it with the 86" on the bottom. So you get 84" x 86". Cover it with the 43 x 42 and you are done.

4. Install the widows. You will love them. Simple and easy. Install the floor. Put the walls. For the first left wall is confusing. You have to bent the corner and make the angle.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mike in Chicago on October 13, 2012
I got this shed for a little over 5 franklins on clearance at the local big box hardware store that rhymes with creepo.

The reviewers sort of make this harder than it should be for assembly.

So here are some easy tips.

Window gasket- use adhesive caulk to hold them in place. Goes very fast.
For the end trusses just lay them flat when installing vents. IM says hold verticle. Dumb.
Make sure foundation is level. I built mine using 16 x 16 patio blocks, sand, some gravel. Takes 25 of them at $2.25 each. Far easier than mixing 40 bags of cement. Each one ends up being about an inch or so apart. Fill in between with pea gravel. Then lay 2 4 x 8 sheets of plywood, pressure treated on top. Cover that with 6 mil mylar plastic. Done. You can bolt the floor to the plywood. I bought 3/4 " plywood. Cut one down to 3 feet wide.
Assembly is definitely best with 2 people. Be sure to have power screw driver or drill. Lots of screws. Also rubber mallet to use when sliding walls in place. It did take me longer than 3 hours total, but i took my time, and did the window prep, and other assembly stuff the nightnbefore. Also the foundation took a good 6 hours. But using sand is the way to go to get the patio blocks level. If i ever have to move the shed, or get rid of it, those blocks will be far easier to remove and dispose of than a huge 8' x 8' x4" thick cement slab. Think portability when doing this and you wont regret it in 10 years when you want your yard back or go to sell the house, and the buyers dont want a shed. Also plan on buying some caulk, and foam filler to fill all the gaps and holes between walls and roof. Either that or you,ll have wasps nesting in this sucker for sure. Happy shedding !
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Raven on June 24, 2012
I have found this shed to be very cozy. I originally got this shed for my three kids to play in. However, when l began to read how others had used as a living space I began to transform the shed into my man cave. A full size couch, big screen TV, and small fridge will fit in this mammoth of a play house. It cuts down on space when we set up the card table and makes it difficult to move around but is sufficient to escape the worries of work, kick back and watch the game. I have a 42" TV and had my satelite provider install a dish on the roof and have the NFL package. Please be sure to grill at least three foot away as the plastic will melt. At first all my friends made fun of me...now they beg me to invite them. Only four grown men will fit. Be sure to lay a tarp on the ground or you can pour a small cement pad like I finally did. Don't let the kids look fool you..this is the best man cave a guy could ask for if you lack a basement.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Moses on September 12, 2012
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This is a great looking, sturdy shed that should be impervious to the elements and last for years.

This shed comes with a full floor, but still requires a base; either built with pressure-treated wood on blocks or a cement slab. Directions provide a the parts list and measurements for making a nice sturdy wood base which I opted to use.

Assembly of the shed itself can be done solo, but two people will make for much less headaches. The directions are pretty straightforward and simple. The process at times takes some finesse. Assembly of the windows requires laying rubber tubing along a channel, cutting it to size, and then laying the window and window grill over it - the rubber tube does not easily stay in place. I found laying the door flat made it easier to keep the tubing lined up. Because of this first, the few windows will annoy you, but once you get the hang of it, the other windows will go quickly.

Also, the holes for the window grills may not line up perfectly when you go to screw them in. This is addressed by simply using a little pressure on the window grills at the corners a bit to line up with the holes on the walls. Remember, most of this shed is plastic so a little pushing and pulling is needed here and there to line things up.

The walls and roof peaks go up pretty straightforward (make note of the instructions to loosen up the corner sections of the wall panels in advance). When it comes to the assembly of the roof you will definitely benefit from a second person. You'll need to be able to put pressure down on the roof from outside of the shed while someone secures it from the inside to get things to line up correctly.
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