Questions & Answers
Suncast Resin Tool Shed
Alana from North Carolina– Verified Buyer
It's a decent shed for the money. The doors fit a little funky and you have to lift them up a bit in order to open and close them. If the ground is even remotely uneven then it will cause the shed to shift. The ground surface area is a bit smaller than I was thinking it would be, but it's a lot taller than I thought it would be but that's very minimal. It's not the best shed, but then again it's not terrible either. It's doing it's job ;)
Great place for storage.
sharen from Conroe, TX
This is Great to for all the rakes,shovels,and odd & ends from the garage! Looks Great in back yard.
Just right size
TWILA from NC– Verified Buyer
I needed something to put grandbabies riding toys in and this shed is perfect.
Very nice shed. Just what I needed.
Karen from East Rutherford, NJ– Verified Buyer
I use it as a backyard shed to store yard and gardening tools. It is sturdy and attractive, and it gives good protection. It was just a little confusing assembling so many parts with very little in the way of instructions. It is the right shed for me.
so far so good
Lee from Wyoming, mi– Verified Buyer
easy to assemble. Needs level floor to complete. I used 3/4 treated plywood.
Just as described!!!
[...] from mid atlantic– Verified Buyer
Great for storage and it stays dry!!!!
Suncast is headquartered in the company's 600,000-square foot Batavia plant, which houses more than 90 production lines and converts over 100 million pounds of plastic annually. The combination of injection molding and extrusion processes is used to manufacture more than 1,000 different products.