Model # FG5H8000SDONX

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Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Plastic Storage Shed
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Rubbermaid

7 ft. x 7 ft. Plastic Storage Shed

$699.00 /each

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With 325 cu. ft. of storage capacity, the design of the Rubbermaid 7 ft. 2 in. x 7 ft. 3 in. Storage Shed compliments your home and yard. Its double-walled construction provides extra protection for items stored inside. Durable, all-weather resin ensures no rot, no rust, and no problems.

  • Resin double-walled panels for strength and durability
  • 72 in. resin sidewalls create lots of storage space
  • 325 cu. ft. storage capacity helps you store a wide variety of items
  • Easy to assemble
  • 2 skylights and 2 front windows provide for natural lighting
  • Heavy-duty floor resists impact
  • Black gable-style roof provides a traditional finish to the building's exterior
  • Wide double doors for convenient entry of larger items
  • Lockable doors help you secure your belongings (lock not included)
  • Review state and local building codes prior to assembly
  • Inside dimensions: 6 ft. 9 in. W x 6 ft. 9 in. D x 7 ft. 7.5 in. H
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Can the doors be locked

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May 10, 2013
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Woburn, MA, USA
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May 29, 2013
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Yes, there is a provision but you need to supply your own lock
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May 29, 2013
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Yes
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Baton Rouge, LA, USA
May 26, 2013
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There is an lock to be added that would never actually be secure. It is plastic and easily just pulled out of the door. The lock goes right under the cheap plastic handle.
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May 13, 2013
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The Rubbermaid 5H80 shed has a lock hasp that you can put a padlock through to lock the doors. The padlock is not included.
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May 12, 2013
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Yes the doors can be locked.
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Lindenhurst, NY, USA
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May 11, 2013
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Yes, you can lock the doors(I do), the doors come pre-fitted with a place to insert a lock. All you have to buy is any standard size lock. Great shed, well worth the money, had mine for about 5 years now, through several major storms(live on long island), and never so much as a drop of water inside.
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Is it ok to place the shed on the level ground WITHOUT a sub-floor?

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May 5, 2013
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Woburn, MA, USA
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May 29, 2013
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I would recommend a 2x4 built base with plywood on top.
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May 29, 2013
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I would not having a good sub floor is what they ask of you when you read the directions that come in the box.
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May 25, 2013
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You can lay it on the ground as long as its level
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May 12, 2013
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I really don,t know how level the ground could be, I guess it,s possible but I would at least put it on cement block.
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May 11, 2013
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I would recommend a sub floor, I built a simple platform out of pressure treated 2x4's and 1" sheets of 4x8's. I did this because I was putting in a place in my back yard that wasn't level. The shed does come with a floor, and as long as where you are placing it is level and dry, not having a sub floor shouldn't be a problem.
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May 7, 2013
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Rubbermaid sheds must be supported by a solid foundation. Please contact Rubbermaid at www.rubbermaid.con or 888-895-2110 for details.
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May 6, 2013
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Hi Cay, it is not recommended to place the shed on just level ground. One reason is the ground erodes and shifts with different weather conditions. Like run off of rain or snow.
It is recommended to place shed on cement, patio surface or treated wood platform. This will help keep the shed stable and level.
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Can I just spread gravel as a foundation for the shed?

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August 22, 2013
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Beaver Dam, AZ
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That's what I did, I also raised the back of the shed about 2" to insure any water would run out the doors. (it doesn't leak tho, so that's your call).
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I would say "no" and recommend you build a base. I used some pavers I had at the house and just leveled the dirt and layed them on top using a level - it doesn't have to be perfect, but as level as possible and elevated.
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October 9, 2013
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this shed has a plastic resin floor,...it can be installed over anything i put mine on a 2x6 platform
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Foundation: Rubbermaid sheds must be assembled on a level site with good ground drainage. For the larger sheds, a foundation is needed. We recommend a wooden platform or a cement or patio surface.
To build a wooden platform: build as you would a standard wood deck. All
wood used should be pressure treated. If the foundation will be on the ground, use
either 2x4 or 2x6 floor joists spaced 16” on center.
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Foundation: Rubbermaid sheds must be assembled on a level site with good ground drainage. For the larger sheds, a foundation is needed. We recommend a wooden platform or a cement or patio surface.
To build a wooden platform: build as you would a standard wood deck. All
wood used should be pressure treated. If the foundation will be on the ground, use
either 2x4 or 2x6 floor joists spaced 16” on center. Use ½” thick plywood for the deck.
If you are elevating the platform up off of the ground, use 2x6 joists. Read Less
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August 22, 2013
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I would not put it on loose gravel, you will need a more solid foundation, like patio stones
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I would not, has to be a solid base. As the ground settles,it will shift. We have solid base and still have to shim shed!
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do the doors slide or do they open like french doors

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June 12, 2013
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June 26, 2013
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Open like french doors.
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They simply open outbound. Left door first, then the right door will simply require to unlock the top and bottom locks from within in order to open the right door.
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The doors swing out. The one on the right has a lock at the base so that both doors won't open at once unless you flick open the little lock.
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The doors on the Rubbermaid 5H80 shed swing on a pivot just like a door to a house.
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They open like French doors
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open like french doors. Make sure the ground is level.
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7 ft. x 7 ft. Plastic Storage Shed is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 227.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two 73-year olds did it with ease My Wife and I needed about nine hours for assembly. A modicum of tools made the job easier. Power screwdrivers were tremendously helpful. It took both of us to easily handle the larger pieces. The instructions are excellent and not that hard to follow. It would have been handier if two boxes rather than one, had been used for delivery. It weighed over 300 pounds. The delivery truck driver moved the box onto my pickup truck which I was able to maneuver closer to the construction site than he was able to. We love the end product and highly recommend it. Yours Don Markley
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great shed I bought this shed about 3 years ago and it is definitely worth the money. It held up thru the winter of 2014 which in New England we received record amounts of snow. I would definitely recommend building a base for the shed. It took me bout 2 hours to put the shed together with the help of my daughter.
Date published: 2016-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product The shed is sturdy and relatively easy to assemble.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good quality with a design flaw The shed is well built and easy to assemble. However, there is a design flaw on doors. It is about a quarter inch too high so it is behind a top section. Very difficult to open the doors.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install (3 hours) and excellent stability. Doors are very good. Easy install (3 hours) and excellent stability. Doors are very good.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks nice, easy to assemble, clear directions, good price A retired mom and son put this together in 2.5 hours. I (mom) built a level base the day before from 2x4"s, 2x6"s, deck screws and plywood. That took a couple of hours. Instructions are clearly written with diagrams. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN ORDER! If you do it goes up quickly. Need two people and a step ladder - one to hold things and push down on the roof, the other to slide, snap and screw things together. We used a drill driver for the bizzillion screws, but took it real easy so we didn't strip the plastic or over tighten. There were extra screws and nuts in case you drop one. Looks good, Plenty of room for mower, tools, ladders and garden equipment. Seems sturdy and water tight. I'll put flashing around the base to protect the plywood and neaten it up. Skylights are handy, double doors are roomy and pad lockable. Should be able to rig shovel holders and maybe shelves. I'm very happy with it.
Date published: 2013-05-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Little Shed My wife and I are dedicated but realistic do-it-ourselvers. We bought this shed on sale, and waited for a break in the hotter-than-ever-recorded summer to put it up. We're in New Jersey, an eighth of a mile from Barnegat Bay. There was a break in the heat and humidity back in September, but a coastal storm was closing in. We're both in our 60s, so we took our time on a Saturday and put the whole thing together (I had done all possible pre-assembly on Fri). The roof proved to be a bit of a workout, but we got it all together. The coastal storm with gale force gusts and blinding rain came the following night, and I admit to having been skeptical about the skylights' holding up. When the storm passed, there was not a hint of leakage anywhere, and the empty shed had not budged on the block foundation I had made for it. Since then, we endured Hurricane Sandy. We were very fortunate in general, with only some favorite trees now permanently leaning. The amazing thing to me is that shed remained perfectly dry inside and has not shifted an inch, despite not yet being over-top tethered to meet local code. This is an amazing shed and I can't recommend it enough. Two important notes: take the time to make a level base for it, and follow instructions to the letter. I could not believe the relatively short, self-tapping screws used in connecting the rugged resin pieces could possibly hold up to the winds we get here regularly, not to mention in a hurricane! I can't praise this product enough!
Date published: 2012-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well thought out Simple to assemble, just read on-line instructions a few times before you buy or open box. One person can assemble if not windy, a two man job for roof installation, does really speed things up. All contents fit perfectly and easily. Was 4 screws short but i'll get over it. I built on a treated 2x4 frame 16 inch on center . Dimentions 7ft X 7ft with 5/8 ply. This fit perfectly with about 1 inch drip overhang at front. Only thing that could be improved on is the rigidity of doors, even with latch's it is a little loose, framing could be more beefy. For the price it is a fantastic shed, well worth buying !!. Looks awesome set up, which took me 2 hours alone and one more hour with a helper for the roof. Bought in USA cause it was $ 250 cheaper than home, believe it !
Date published: 2013-04-18
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