Craftsman 8' 4.5'' x 4' 0.75'' Resin Storage Building, 206 cu. ft. - Exclusive VersaTrack™ CompatibilityItem# 07165006000 | Model# CBMS8401
Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Coverage in Sq. Ft.:||Less than 50 sq. ft.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||285|
|Package Weight (lbs.):||285|
|Door Opening Width (In.):||60|
|Peak Height (ft.):||8.6|
|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.):||205|
|General Warranty:||10 year|
Ratings & Reviews
Get Handy, Durable Storage with this Craftsman Storage Shed
Boasting a steel-reinforced roof and double-wall resin construction, this super-tough Craftsman 8' x 4' Resin Storage Building 206 offers long-lasting, weather-resistant performance and a lifetime of durability. Two corner shelves with eight optional locations give you exceptional storage versatility. Tired of looking for tools and equipment in the dark? No problem. The heavy-duty storage shed comes with two energy-saving skylights, so you can find the right tool for the job without flipping a light switch. With exclusive, VersaTrack™ compatibility (02930).
The Craftsman storage building offers a spacious, 206 cu.-ft. capacity for storing your essential equipment. A dual swing door with a 60"W x 72"H door opening provides easy, in-and-out access to your equipment. A peak height of 6 ft. with an 8.3-ft. width gives you plenty of room to move around and organize. Metal hinges and pad-lockable metal handles (lock not included) keep your equipment safe and protected. Plus, with less than 50 sq. ft. of ground coverage, it won't take up much space in your backyard.
- The Craftsman 8' x 4' Resin Storage Building 206 has assembled dimensions of 8 ft. 4-1/2 in. W x 4 ft. 3/4 in. D x 8 ft. 7 in. H and a 206 cu.-ft. capacity to store all of your essential equipment
- Exclusive VersaTrack™ compatibility provides multiple organization options for the interior of your shed
- Steel-reinforced roof and durable, double-wall resin construction stands up to all weather conditions
- Metal hinges and pad-lockable metal handles adds security
- Two skylights help you to quickly find the tool you need
- Dual swing door with a more-than 4-ft. door width for easy in and out
- 50 sq. ft. of ground coverage won't take up much space in the backyard
- Some assembly required Accessories are available for purchase (not included)
Added on December 12, 2012
Overall, others give this:
I purchased it and assembled the shed together on my wood frame flooring. It was very easy and you must follow the instructions to the numbers. It took myself at least 6 hours to get it up and looking beautiful. Overall I grade this a 5 star. I have checked other models and found this product to be the best on the market. The price was reasonable and the durability is fantastic. It rained all day today and everything is dry inside. Sure wish it had come with a wire shelf to make the room inside easy to fill up the shed. Oh well, you can not have everything. If you do purchase this one, please get at least two adults to assemble it. I am tough and did not need a helper. The wife did bring my cold water and lunch. Thanks and have a great day with Craftsman. PS. If Sears is reading this posting, how about that wire shelf.
I love my shed. It was easy to put together. The job requires two people. The instructions could had been a little bit more specific in some areas; but for the most part, they were ok.
This product is a great addition to the outside of your home. Small, compact and can be painted to match the coloring of your home. Works great for many things. Good storage unit at a great price. This can be purchased at your local Kmart stores nation wide.....
Lake Villa, IL
This is a great unit. We were looking for something that could fit along the side of our house, and not take up too much room yet still store all our summer patio furniture. This was it. It stored our two patio tables and chairs along with other items such as the lawnmower, our various planters their stand. our patio umbrellas, etc. My husband said that it was very easy to put together and he did it by himself without any difficulty. The 2 Wide doors allow easy access and the peaked roof allow piling things high. We have another smaller shed but the door was too narrow to fit our two hexagon tables without taking the legs off. This shed has a nice wide door so it is easy to maneuver anything in and out of it. It is tall and wide enough for everything we needed to put away, yet fit nicely against the side of the house next to our bushes. This was a perfect choice and I would definitely recommend it. It was a great price and a great value for the money.
I benefited tremendously from others' reviews in deciding to buy and build this shed, so I wanted to offer a few small points from my own experience to help others. 1. In getting the foundation right, the directions tell you to put this on a wood platform on a gravel base. Well, they don't specify the kind of gravel. The only kind of gravel available at most big box home improvement stores is too small to use--I tried. It says it's good for drainage, etc, but its so small that it slips around and doesn't form a solid enough foundation. You need to make sure that if you are putting this on a gravel base that you use large, angular gravel to get a firm foundation -- so check with local suppliers to find the right stone. Alternatively, I think a cheaper solution would have been the Featherlight HandiBlocks or Dek-Blocks, but it would have raised the foundation up higher than I wanted, but if that works for you, I think would be the quickest, easiest way to get the foundation right. 2. The directions specify that you need two pieces of 48 x 48-1/4 x 3/4" plywood for the top of the wooden base. That extra 1/4" of width would require buying a second sheet of plywood, and treated 3/4" thick plywood is almost $50/sheet in my area. I used a single 48x96" sheet of plywood, and the shed fit just fine. The one thing I didn't do (but should have) is to reduce the dimensions of the 2x6 frame by that same 1/4" to make the base and plywood line up perfectly. Not crucial, but it would have helped. The 4x8 sheet of plywood easily fits the entire structure. 3. Buy a rubber mallet -- I used a small sledge and a block of wood, but a rubber mallet would have been easier and made the project faster, and is a good tool to have around, and they are incredibly cheap. That's it -- putting together the shed itself is a snap. Took two of us 2.5 hours of assembly after the base was complete. Very intuitive and seems sturdy. Well worth the cost, and grateful for an American made and well constructed shed. Thanks Sears!
San Ramon, CA
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