Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Coverage in Sq. Ft.:||101 to 200 sq. ft.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||102|
|Door Opening Width (In.):||46.25|
|Peak Height (ft.):||5' 11"|
|Door Width:||3.1 to 4 ft.|
|Door Type:||Dual swing|
|Capacity (Cu. Ft.):||54|
|General Warranty:||10 Year|
Ratings & Reviews
Versatile and Weather-Resistant, the Craftsman Large Storage Shed Offers Organizational Space
The Craftsman large vertical storage shed keeps lawn, garden and other outdoor tools, equipment and supplies organized and protected from the elements. The vertical storage shed stands neatly in the corner of yard, alongside the garage or even on a patio. Compact yet able to hold a variety of items, this shed is ideal for storing long-handled tools such as rakes, garden spades, hoes, shovels and garden accessories such as tomato cages.
Weather-resistant, the Craftsman large storage shed features sturdy dual-swing doors with easy-to-grip handles. The handles are designed to easily accommodate a padlock as needed for security. The door opening measures a generous 46.25" wide and 66" high making it easy to move items in and out. The interior of the large shed offers 54 cubic feet of storage space. The vertical storage shed also can be used to store sports equipment such as bats, hockey sticks, tennis rackets, balls and more.
- Store and protect lawn, garden and even sporting supplies with the Craftsman large vertical storage shed
- Ideal for long-handled items such as shovels, rakes, hoes, spades, baseball bats and hockey sticks
- Equipped with easy-grip handles, simply add your own padlock to keep tools, equipment and supplies safe and secure
- The durable, double-wall construction of the shed allows for enduring weather-resistance for all seasons
- The large, vertical storage shed ft.s exterior measures 4 ft. 5 in. W x 2 ft. 8.5 in. D x 5 ft. 11.5 in. H
- Constructed from long-lasting resin, which needs no painting and is easy to maintain
- The resin exterior can be washed with a hose or power washer
- 54 cubic feet of usable storage space
- Interior dimensions measure: 4 ft. 1 in. W x 2 ft. 4.25 in. D x 5 ft. 9.5 in. H
- The dual swing doors open wide with a measurement of 46.25 in. W x 66 in. H
- Shelves are available for more storage versatility (65086) - NOT INCLUDED
Added on December 09, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
This is an aesthetically pleasing looking little she'd and the size was right to fit under our deck. Assembly was reasonably easy. As someone who grew up with wood sheds on slab foundations this one does feel a bit flimsy, but I am not sure that is a fair comparison. Seems to keep water out. Overall happy with my purchase given black Friday pricing and my experience with assembly and the finished product!
Evergreen Park, IL
I don't know why I didn't buy a storage she like this years ago. There isn't a lot to it, but it does help keep stuff out of sight and organized. The only thing they need to work on is getting betting straps to screw the shelf to the walls. The plastic ones will crack right away. I bought aluminum straps and now it works just fine.
I'll admit I'm not a Crafstman fan, but this shed really impressed me. Super easy to assemble (recommend having 2 people due to proportions) and nice tight seals on every corner. Downside was it only came with one shelf. lol. Other than that it was exactly what I needed.
I purchased two of these to replace an 80-year-old wooden shed attached to the back of my garage. It's nice to have a termite- and spider-free shed for a change. Assembly was extremely easy. Every page notes that it takes two people to put these together. Well, this 64-year-old grandma did it with a chair. There's only one time that I needed to prop up one of the walls and I leaned it against the chair. Other than that, it was a piece of cake. There are a couple of places -- installation of the slider and the hinges -- that required a little extra study, but they were easy to figure out. The first took me about two hours to assemble, the second, only an hour. The only time you might need help is when transporting them. The Sears staff placed the boxes in my vehicle, but getting them out and into the backyard did require another person. They're pretty heavy. After assembly, all of the walls are square and the doors fit evenly and tightly. No tweaking required. Incidentally, one of the boxes was full of crickets. They didn't affect the shed at all, but now my backyard is crazy noisy.
Las Vegas, NV
This is a very nice product . Easy to put together and very well made I have it bolted down to a concrete slab in case of a storm. but it is large enough to hold my lawn mower and all my yard tools with room left over
We bought this shed after checking out many. This model fit the size limitation of our community, yet is big enough to store our equipment inside. We have an electric lawnmower and snowblower. Both fit inside with their handles folded. Extra room leftover for the usual rakes, shovels etc. assembly was easy, and only took about an hour and a half. I must say it really takes 2 people to do this easily. And do not use a regular hammer!!! A friend did and crushed the edge. Use a rubber mallet as the directions call for. All in all it's a great little shed that keeps the contents dry and out of the weather. I have nothing negative to say about Craftsman.
The set up instructions may be a bit misleading. They say it takes 2 people, I set mine up in less than an hour, alone. Easy if you READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST! Also, the instructions call for a rubber hammer and a building square. You don't. One of the first steps is installing the left side panel into the slots in the floor. I set the panel lugs into the slots and it wouldn't slide to it's rest position so I hit the side of the panel with my rubber mallet and slightly crushed the edge of the panel. After that, I sprayed the slots with a little silicone spray lubricant and they slid right into place. I did have to kick one or two with my foot, but only lightly. As for the building square, the parts are molded and aren't adjustable. When you put it together, it's as square as it's going to be, and mine's square enough. Don't expect it to be water or dust proof. Mine's as tight as the panel slots allow and daylight is still visible in the corners. I live in Tucson, AZ where UV from the sun really puts "plastic" to a harsh test. I'm anxious to see if, or how long it takes for it to warp. The temperature gets pretty hot inside. I'd buy another if I needed it, but only if on sale for under $300, it isn't worth more.