Step2 Lifescapes Highboy Storage Shed - Durable Outdoor Tools Organizer with Large Doors
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|Color||Various Colors||Olive/Sandstone||Light Taupe w/ Brown||Vanilla||Natural wood color –Shutter design||Beige/Brown|
|Item Dimensions||52.5 x 27.5 x 72.25 in||30 x 25 x 72 in||56 x 30 x 79 in||53 x 31 x 45.5 in||18.3 x 33 x 63 in||10.25 x 82.12 x 47.88 in|
|Item Weight||113 lbs||69 lbs||115 lbs||76 lbs||48.5 lbs||120 lbs|
This attractive weather-resistant shed offers plenty of storage room. Shed features three permanently mounted extra-deep shelves and a tall vertical storage area for rakes or other large items. Two large doors can be locked to keep contents safely away from children or pets (lock not included). Raised floor keeps contents dry. 31.5 cubic feet storage capacity. Fully assembled. Architectural door design with wood textures and natural tones, along with decorative handles, add a nice touch to your storage space. Measures 71.75" x 52" x 27".
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Problem is that the back of the shed is a single plastic sheet. It's not very thick but thick enough. Problem was the haphazard way it was screwed to the back of the shed. The plastic was bowed out between the screws so the first rain (the day after we put it along side the garage) and water leaked into the top back wall on both sides. Everything on the selves that was not in glass or plastic, like a dozen or so paper bags and cardboard tubes of gardening stuff (bug killer, root food, etc.) got soaked and into the trash they went.
Solution is to take a screw out if the back, go to the hardware and get 25 similar screws, fire up the cordless drill and since up the plastic backing where it is not flush to the back. Then a liberal application of silicon caulk top and sides then around the top interior seam and waterproof at last.