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Suncast

Model # BMS7775

Internet # 202024486

Store SKU # 490930

Alpine 7 ft. 2 in. x 7 ft. 6 in. Resin Storage Shed

$1,047.76 /each

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Product Overview

Stroll through the full double-door opening of a Suncast Walk-in Shed and take a look around at all the stuff you can store. The size makes it great for housing all the large equipment you use, while the optional accessory kits increase storage space and offer easy access to smaller items. These walk-in Shed have reinforced gable-style roofs, are built for durability, designed to protect your stuff from weather and look good doing it.

  • Constructed of durable double-wall resin with wood grain texture
  • Metal reinforced shingle style roof panels
  • Lockable metal handles and metal hinges for strength and security
  • Reinforced floor for tractor support
  • Multiple transom windows and functional vents
  • Easy-pin secure assembly requires minimal tools
  • 60 in. double-wide door opening
  • Accessories available, not included
  • Recommend 2 person assembly
  • Approximately 2.5 - 4 hours for assembly, foundation required, construction of foundation not included in overall completion time
  • Foundation required, not included

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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.) 
Approximate Width (ft.) 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
86 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
102.75 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
90 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
71.25 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
60 
Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Exact Width x Depth 
7 ft 6 in x 7 ft 2 in 
Sidewall Height (in.) 
71.25 

Details

Assembly Required 
Yes 
Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Floor Options 
With Floor 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
20 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
65 
Number of Doors 
Number of Windows 
10 
Product Weight (lb.) 
350 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roof Color Family 
Brown/tan 
Roof Pitch 
1:1.46 
Shed Door Type 
Double 
Shed Features 
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Vents,Windows 
Siding Color Family 
Beige/bisque 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
327 

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Guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship 

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Alpine 7 ft. 2 in. x 7 ft. 6 in. Resin Storage Shed
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Re the windows functional or decorative?

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February 12, 2013
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June 23, 2013
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Decorative only.
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June 17, 2013
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decorative, not fuctional as to opening
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June 16, 2013
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The Alpine does not have any skylight so the windows give you the needed light during day time. Other than that they are purely decorative.
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Just decorative, they don't open. They do allow light in though.
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May 22, 2013
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decorative only but look good tinted plastic
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Decorative
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Grants Pass, OR, USA
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April 16, 2013
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The windows are tinted so anything inside the shed won't fade but they do let in a lot of light. They do not open. The vents in the eaves let heat escape.
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March 27, 2013
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Functional as in they let in light, but really just decorative.
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March 27, 2013
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They are decorative not functional
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Decorative...they do not open
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February 12, 2013
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The windows on the Suncast Alpine 7 feet 2.25 inches by 7 feet 5.75 inches Resin Storage Shed are sealed against ordinary elements such as wind, rain and snow. They allow a good amount of light for the shed. The windows do not open or close. Thank you for your interest in Suncast products.
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How do you construct a wood foundation for a Suncast Alpine shed?

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Dallas, TX
June 16, 2013
How do you construct a wood foundation for a Suncast Alpine shed? Detailed instructions. Can you use concrete blocks?
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October 28, 2013
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follow their directions on the PDF of the manual & adapt design to your needs.
they show a 84' x86' box to be an exact base.
has to be LEVEL & STURDY.
we used RR Ties ( 4x6 ) and 3/4 Plywood.
enjoy
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The boxes contain the directions on how to assemble and build a wood foundation for a suncast shed. I would think concrete blocks would work fine if you can keep them level and from sinking down and becoming uneven as they settle after a rain or some such thing. I would think that they would have to be to be as big as the floor or else a wood structure for the floor to rest on so it had support. I prefer Read More
The boxes contain the directions on how to assemble and build a wood foundation for a suncast shed. I would think concrete blocks would work fine if you can keep them level and from sinking down and becoming uneven as they settle after a rain or some such thing. I would think that they would have to be to be as big as the floor or else a wood structure for the floor to rest on so it had support. I prefer a concrete slabs so I can attach the floor with screws into the concrete and that way it will stand up to the wind. Read Less
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August 13, 2013
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build a low deck and bolt the shed to it
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July 9, 2013
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I constructed a wooden from from pressure treated lumber. I made it 8'x8' and built it like a wall with 16" studs and just layed it down in the dirt and leveled it off. I used 3/4" pressure treated plywood for the decking.
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The measured drawings are included in the instruction package that comes with the unit and can be viewed online. I used treated 2x6", 12 inch on center, and set the four corners on pier blocks. Be sure to level the floor with shims then screw the corners to the pier blocks. If you don't, the doors may bind a bit. We had a big rain after we built it and the ground settled a bit. We had to re-level the Read More
The measured drawings are included in the instruction package that comes with the unit and can be viewed online. I used treated 2x6", 12 inch on center, and set the four corners on pier blocks. Be sure to level the floor with shims then screw the corners to the pier blocks. If you don't, the doors may bind a bit. We had a big rain after we built it and the ground settled a bit. We had to re-level the floor.
We used 3" square drive deck screws to put the floor joists together so they would never rust out. I used 1.5" ring shank nails about 8" apart to secure the 3/4" plywood to the joists.
It sound much more difficult than it is. If you have done any framing in your life, you can do this. Just measure carefully and follow the directions. If it seems way too difficult, a skilled framer could put it together in an hour or less so hire one.
As to concrete blocks, as long as you have them level, it should work, especially in an area with not much wind.
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June 17, 2013
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We purchased 2 x 4's and built a frame slightly larger that the shed, installed this over concrete blocks and made sure it was level before nailing plywood (good grade) onto the frame. Last step was to paint the plywood with a good quality outdoor paint before attaching the floor of the shed.
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I put 4x4 treated lumber every 16 inches and framed them out to the 7ft square shed, with 2 treated plywood sheets over them. screwed them together and it is super strong and durable as a foudation.
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June 17, 2013
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Construct the wood foundation like you would a deck. Home Depot sells precast concrete blocks specifically for wood foundations. For a more permanent design you can dig and pour concrete columns, like a wood fence, and construct the deck on top of that. Use pressure treated wood. The spacing, depth of hole and design is determined by the size of your shed. Check your local code enforcement agency, you Read More
Construct the wood foundation like you would a deck. Home Depot sells precast concrete blocks specifically for wood foundations. For a more permanent design you can dig and pour concrete columns, like a wood fence, and construct the deck on top of that. Use pressure treated wood. The spacing, depth of hole and design is determined by the size of your shed. Check your local code enforcement agency, you probably need a permit.
FYI, another option for a foundation is to lay down concrete pavers. The Home Depot Garden department sells 20x20 inch pavers. Cheaper and faster.
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My husband built a basic box about 8X8 feet in size. He built it out of treated 2X4's. It looked like a section of wall framing and I believe it has 12" centers. We have had our shed for several years and it is very sturdy. Because we have storms and a lot of wind, he bolted the shed floor to the foundation. However, note that the door handles break easily and replacements are NOT available. We ending up Read More
My husband built a basic box about 8X8 feet in size. He built it out of treated 2X4's. It looked like a section of wall framing and I believe it has 12" centers. We have had our shed for several years and it is very sturdy. Because we have storms and a lot of wind, he bolted the shed floor to the foundation. However, note that the door handles break easily and replacements are NOT available. We ending up purchasing regular door knobs to replace them. Read Less
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We did not build a floor as the shed comes with a poly floor. We laid it in a sand /grass area on our lawn.
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hurricane rating???

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October 28, 2013
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manual say up to 70 MPH winds.....................
built to exact specs, of course
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This is a plastic building. If concrete building fails in a hurricaine I would think this one would also. It only weighs about 400 pounds. Hurricaines move cars.
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say goodby if hurricane hits.
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June 17, 2013
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Attach to a solid foudation and it's super strong. I even was able to lay on roof! I'm 220lbs!
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I would say this shed is definitley sturdy enough to survive hurricane winds
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March 27, 2013
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Thats a question for the shed manufacturer. As far as I know for thses kinds of sheds there is no way to anchor them down so there is only the weight of the contents that keep if from moving in high winds
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January 16, 2013
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Many Suncast Alpine Resin Storage Shed Model BMS7775 owners tell us how well their Suncast shed withstood extreme weather such as blizzards, tornados, and even hurricanes when other structures were destroyed. These customers have two things in common - The shed was fastened to a thick, level concrete foundation and the shed was constructed according to the instructions.
However, a hurricane rating is a
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Many Suncast Alpine Resin Storage Shed Model BMS7775 owners tell us how well their Suncast shed withstood extreme weather such as blizzards, tornados, and even hurricanes when other structures were destroyed. These customers have two things in common - The shed was fastened to a thick, level concrete foundation and the shed was constructed according to the instructions.
However, a hurricane rating is a legal definition typically established by architects, engineers and city planners. Suncast cannot state this shed has a hurricane rating.
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I live in the Midwest and had a 3-4 major storms this past year. Each storm had tornados and sustained winds of up to 65 miles an hour. I found no damage or leaks. I researched a lot of different styles and for the money I could not be more pleased with my purchase.
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December 22, 2012
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Mine made it through Sandy, up here in Hudson Valley area of NY.
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We have not had a direct hurricane, but this shed held up very well in 80mph winds. We do have it partially blocked, but it is not anchored. It did not move with the two storms that came through eastern Massachusetts this summer.
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what are the shipping dimensions for the boxes? Are there one or two of them?

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October 28, 2013
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2 very big boxes. one larger ( deeper ) than the other.
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There are 2 boxes they are good size. Sitting on their sides in my garage they were each about.6 feet long and the height of the boxes were from the floor to the roof top of my car. ( my guess 4 to 4 1/2 feet high) and about 12 to 15 inches thick each. They are very heavy.
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there was 2 huge boxes, since they were recycled I cannot get dims
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2 boxes
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Mine came in 2 seperate boxes, I picked it up at the store, this thing is well over 700 lbs.
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Ships in two boxes banded together. Weight approximately 400 lbs. Dimensions 4ft wide by 8ft long and about 2ft high.
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If I remember correctly it was two tall (6ftx3ft wide approx.) boxes standing upright on a pallet. When I was ready to start putting it together I laid them down in my driveway to open the boxes. I carried the walls, doors, etc... to the concrete pad I had installed. I leaned all pieces up on some big bushes next to the pad. Get somebody to help when you get to the roof part.
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There were two (2) boxes measuring approx. 8 ft tall x 5 or 6 ft wide x 4 to 5 " deep. It took two of us approx. 2 hours to cut them down to size and bundle for recycle.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 162 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great looking shed Considering this is a "blow-molded" plastic structure, it looks great and will perform as needed. Follow the instructions; pay attention to seating each panel into their respective slots, this will ensure alignment throughout the project - especially when it comes time to hang your doors. Some of the door issues I've seen on here - likely - stem from improper panel indexing. A quarter inch lost here or there will cause a struggle later on. To save yourself some "pain" when installing the window splines, just apply a light bead of silicone into the grooves prior to gasket/spline placement. If you construct your platform correctly, both level and square, you know that everything sitting on top will follow. Don't worry about how long it [does, or does not] take, it will be done when you're finished. I assembled the shed solo, and was fine doing so but that's just me - I enjoy working solo! October 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Suncast alpine Very nice shed .. Looks sturdy.. A little bit difficult to install especially the roof area May 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice addition to house, holds lots of stuff. It took several days to set up, most of the time preparing the ground first. I found the pins were very easy to set without breakage by placing a pliers flat against the head and tapping the pliers with a hammer. Did not break off any tabs that way! It did take longer to put up alone, but I was able to do it without any other help. For example, to get the header in place, you just have to clamp two 2x4's to the frame on each side and guide the header in. I did have to do a little grinding on the plastic C's that hold the roof on to get them to fit. Instead of buying tool hangers, I made my own with 4" diameter plastic irrigation pipe cut at a 30 degree angle into 3" pieces, with a 1.5" strip cut out of one side. Using 2 screws to attach to the wall about 4' up holds them up nicely, with the yard tool suspended from the top. (The angle has to be up and out or the tool falls to the floor.) May 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OUTSTANDING PRODUCT! I have owned this shed for 5 years and it is by far the best shed I have ever owned! It is not only beautiful but durable! Easy to clean and loads of storage space! The best part is NO MAINTENANCE! Take a hose and wash it down and you are done! I can not speak to assembly as I paid $100 for two men to install it for me. They had it up in a day and I could not be more pleased with the result. Suncast quality is great! FIVE STAR! February 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by doors will not function properly I wish the company would require the designer of this building to have to assemble one themselves. maybe then they would get the pattern for the screw holes correct. very hard to assemble, especially the windows. the biggest complaint i have is the front doors will not align properly. there is no way to square the front at all. plastic attached to plastic with a 1/2 inch screw will never hold. i plan on installing a metal plate in each front upper corner to try to get it squared so the doors will shut. the only good thing about this building is it looks pretty good. June 18, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by More cons than pros Alpine Only one pro...it looks good. Windows are hard to assemble...if you tape the rubber in place they assemble pretty good. Lay it on a table to put them in. The shed walls are tight and square on the 4 bottom corners because of the fit in the floor tabs. The top 4 corners are not square at all, there is nothing to keep them in place. The doors will not close and I am guessing it is because of this flaw in the design. The left door handle hangs over the edge of the door so you can not close the right door as it hits the latch. The D ring in the inside of the left door at the top is not mounted in the right spot or the D ring is not the correct size. You have to take it off or it will hit the top of the door frame so the door will not close. We have to lift both doors and close them at the same time, pushing and slamming them to get them closed. The whole shed moves so we figure it will fall apart soon. The tabs will snap and screws will come loose. Our base is level and square all the way around. Suncast tried to blame us for not having a good base. When you ask for help they want pictures sent to them but I have not received their email with the address to send them to. Save yourself time and money and put up a wood one and side it if you want maintenance free. We spent all this money on this shed that will fall down and then have to buy a wood one. July 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great in the yard My mother-in-law said it looked so cute she wanted to move- in and put curtains up!!! I put the building together myself but you do need two people to put the roof on and together, it's too hard to do by yourself unless you have a gigantic arm span??? Got my new cub cadet parked inside 42". I wouldn't try too much bigger of a lawn mower maybe 46". I had a concrete pad installed 8'x8' to put the building feels sturdy. April 4, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Overall a good looking shed for the money, but have a helper! The finished product is a very good looking shed for the money. If my zoning allowed, I would have went bigger but there is a lot of room if you can utilize the height (it is a tall shed!). Assembly was fine until it came to roof. Definitely have to take your time and would have been impossible without my 2nd helper. I had built the full , pressure treated base and made sure it was level. The structure still required some muscling into square (specifically in the upper corners) to get the roof panels on. Also, even though the 2 panels for left roof (and same goes for the 2 panels for the right) are labeled identical, they are NOT. They differ ever so slightly at the bottom where they mate with the top of the walls. We had to saw off 1 tab on top of both side walls to get roof panels to fit snug and slide locking clamps into place. July 24, 2013
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