Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Coverage in Sq. Ft.:||Less than 50 sq. ft.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||155|
|Package Weight (lbs.):||165|
|Door Opening Width (In.):||56|
|Peak Height (ft.):||7.3|
|Sidewall Height (ft.):||6|
|Door Width:||More than 4 ft.|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Door Type:||Dual swing|
|Number of Windows:||2|
|Assembly Required:||Assembly Required|
|Color/Finish:||Vanilla with slate roof|
|Capacity (Cu. Ft.):||92|
|General Warranty:||1 Year Limited|
Ratings & Reviews
The Craftsman Garden Storage Shed Delivers Versatile, All-Weather Storage
When you've maxed out the space in your garage, rely on the Craftsman 6' x 3' Resin Storage Building 92 as a versatile, all-weather storage solution. Boasting a steel-reinforced shingle-style roof panels and durable, double-wall resin and wood-grain-textured sides, it delivers the weather-resistant durability to store and protect your prized possessions season after season. A reinforced floor provides durability for heavier items. And at less than 50 sq. ft. of total coverage, the shed won't take up a lot of room in the backyard.
The Craftsman Garden Storage Shed offers a tidy 92 cu.-ft. capacity for storing your essential equipment. A dual swing door with a 56"W x 71-1/4" H door opening provides easy, in-and-out access to your equipment. A peak height of 7.3 ft. with an 6.75-ft. width gives you plenty of room to move around and organize. Easy bolt secure assembly with padlock ready handles (lock not included) keep your equipment safe and protected. Plus, with an overall weight of 155 lbs., you can rest assured that your storage shed will sit firmly in place, and resist even the most turbulent winds.
- The Craftsman 6' x 3' Resin Storage Building 92 has assembled dimensions of 6 ft. 8 in. W x 2 ft. 9-3/4 in. D x 7 ft. 4 in. H and a 92 cu.-ft. capacity to store all of your essential equipment
- 50 sq. ft. of total coverage won't take up too much room in your backyard
- Steel-reinforced, shingle-style roof panels and durable, double-wall resin and wood-grain-textured sides stands up to all weather conditions
- A reinforced floor adds extra stability and durability for heavier items
- Easy bolt secure assembly and padlock ready handles for added security
- Dual swing door with a more-than 4-ft. door width for easy in and out
- Weighs 155 lbs.
- Some assembly required Accessories are available for purchase (not included)
Added on December 12, 2012
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Most Helpful Reviews
This isn't bad for the money. However, the description says 6x3. The actual depth is only 32 inches. When you take the width of the walls into consideration, you only have 28 inches total depth inside. The roof was the hardest part to assemble, Had a hard time snapping the channels. The doors popped off a few times due to there being slots instead of holes to hold the hinges in place. Drilled an extra set of holes, and added nuts and bolts to compensate
Chapel Hill, NC
We bought this to store our deck chair cushions and two small bikes. Just put everything in it yesterday, got a pouring rain, and everything is dry inside! Yes, the roof was a big problem to put together. We could not understand why they would put the gutter on the back. The tabs on the shed sides are difficult to push/pry into the mating slots on the roof. I recommend you have an L shaped flat pry bar and a warm day. The pry bar will help pushing the shed wall tabs in behind the roof slots. The warm day will make the shed walls and roof more pliable. If you get the tabs behind the slots but it still wont go in, you may have crushed the slots - which is easy to do. The pry bar can be used to pull slots back into shape. (We spent a lot of time on the roof, taking it on and off about eight times before getting it right. Our final assembly ignored the left and right roof section marks, since we wanted the gutter on the front,)
San Mateo, CA
Did our due diligence before buying and selected this particular model because of the shallow depth. Plenty of storage, just doesn't stick out so far and we don't have a lot of room... The assembly is pretty clear, but as others have stated, the roof IS a pain to put together correctly. We tried it several ways before finding that doing it in the opposite order from what the instructions state regarding which side first, is actually the easier way to go. Other than that, the structure is sound, it rained HARD the first week we had it and no leakage and the outdoor environment of sun / wind / rain doesn't seem to impact anything. Overall - it is exactly what is advertised...
a great value for the money. Easy to set up, great directions even for people who do not read directions. I would definitely stay with Craftsman for all my other needs.
I spent a while looking around at sheds of this style before finally buying this one when it went on sale. I am moderately happy with it. It's been a year since we installed it, and so far it has stayed dry inside. It was a real pain to put together, and my husband definitely uttered some expletives during the process. We had a very hard time getting the roof to snap in place. After using it for a few months we found that every time we opened it the right door fell off. It's easy enough to snap the plastic hinges back on, but it's a pain when you are taking out a handful of shovels or garden tools and suddenly the door comes crashing down on you. I worry with my baby that she might get hurt if she's too close to it when the door comes off, so we'll have to find a permanent fix before she starts walking. Sadly for me, right after we installed this we found a bigger shed of the same quality at a local home improvement store for the same price, and after putting this one together I think that the size really is too small. We have a townhouse with a small yard, so I didn't want a huge shed, but we can't even fit our push mower in this. Now, it stores garden tools, shovels, and the christmas tree stand....that's about it. I'm stuck keeping the mower on the back porch, when I had hoped to get it off of the porch once we installed the shed. Overall, the shed isn't awful. I am giving it three stars because it does the most basic function of a shed - keeps things out of the weather. The size issue is my fault and doesn't weigh into my rating - I am only sharing so that others will spend more time considering the size of the shed they get before purchasing.... this one really doesn't work well to store a mower if you plan to put anything else at all in it. My mower would fit if I folded down the handle, but I wouldn't be able to get anything else in the shed.
While it says you need two people to put together, I was able to do it myself in about two and a half hours. Great little shed. It has no provision for puttting in shelves or hangers but if you use the craftsman track system they have and manually drill about 5 or 6 little holes in the back wall you can screw on the track and then hang items from that. Good looking building. Important to have a level surface that you build it on top of or create one prior to building. I didn't but was able to shim it up easily enough. It would be best to have two people to install the roof.....tough by yourself.
Used to store put a shelf in and all of my garden tools and supplies. Works great, easy to assemble. Plans on buying another one for same purpose but another venue, painting and plumbing supplies.