Model # BMS7775

Internet #202024486

Store SKU #490930

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


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

  • Reinforced floor to support tractors, tools and more
  • Easy assembly minimal tools required
  • Durable double-wall resin construction
$104776 /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. This 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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Info & Guides

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Approximate Depth (ft.)
Approximate Width (ft.)
Assembled Depth (in.)
86 in
Assembled Height (in.)
102.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
90 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
47.4641 ft²
Door Opening Height (In.)
Door Opening Width (In.)
Door Opening Width (ft.)
Exact Width x Depth
7 ft 6 in x 7 ft 2 in
Sidewall Height (in.)


Assembly Required
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
327 cu ft
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Floor Options
With Floor
Foundation Not Included
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.)
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph)
Number of Doors
Number of Windows
Product Weight (lb.)
Roof Color Family
Roof Material
Roof Pitch
Shed Door Type
Shed Features
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Vents,Windows
Shed Included
Shed Style
Shed Type
Siding Color Family
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship

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Customer Questions & Answers

Re the windows functional or decorative?

Asked by: Anonymous
Decorative only.
Answered by: Mouse
Date published: 2015-12-28

How do you construct a wood foundation for a Suncast Alpine shed?

How do you construct a wood foundation for a Suncast Alpine shed? Detailed instructions. Can you use concrete blocks?
Asked by: Anonymous
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
Answered by: drew
Date published: 2015-09-20

hurricane rating???

Asked by: Anonymous
manual say up to 70 MPH winds..................... built to exact specs, of course
Answered by: drew
Date published: 2015-09-20

what are the shipping dimensions for the boxes? Are there one or two of them?

Asked by: Anonymous
There are two crates, but (didn't measure) looks like they were 5 x 8 feet, one was 16" thick and the other was 10" thick. The thinnest of the two contains the two side panels, two roof panels, ridge rail assemblies. The largest took two of use to carry it around for unpacking.
Answered by: DIYCalHeights
Date published: 2016-10-01
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Customer Reviews

Alpine 7 ft. 2 in. x 7 ft. 6 in. Resin Storage Shed is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 164.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Happy so far I felt compelled to write this review after completing the setup of this shed. Actually I have the Suncast Highland, but I think they are the same build, just different colors. Some highlights of my build - Yes the foundation has to be good and can be a big part of the project, depending on your situation. I used crushed stone - After the foundation was complete. I quickly had the walls up and later the roof put on. I would estimate about 3 hours total for the shed - put the entire shed together by myself - It seems very sturdy Just completed it so dont know about long term durability but I'm not worried about it at this time
Date published: 2010-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nicely engineered After many hours of comparison, we settled on the Suncast 7x7 storage unit. Although intimidating at first site, the packaging was well laid out and the instructions, although lacking explanation, had adequate diagrams. Plan on one day to do the pre-assembly. The second day 2 people can assemble it in 3 or 4 hours. The way the panels lock together is very nice and the roof was equally stable. I am planning on ordering another one, maybe the 7x10 this time
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great looking and good quality shed. Precise leveled foundation is very important. For a sizing of wood foundation use instructions from the Internet file, not from one which came with the shed. Roof installation needs extra pair of hands.
Date published: 2012-09-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very classy looking storage If you are looking for a very easy to maintain, easy to assemble, and easy on the eye storage shed, consider this one. As a 68 year old woman, with above average construction skills but no desire to wrestle with a stick-built shed, I chose this one after much online research. I set the pier blocks, leveled them, and built the wood floor platform (instructions included in the literature), in a couple of hours, then started on the shed assembly, with one helper who mainly served as gofer and holder. It went together easily and quickly, except for the window seals. They are soft rubber tubing that has been coiled up and now have kinky inclinations. They won't stay in the channels while you assemble the rest of the window. My solution -- spray fabric adhesive. It creates a quick tackiness that holds the tubing in place while the window and frame are screwed to the building. Any contact cement would probably work.(Silicone caulk's dry time was too long.) I tried just leaving them out but a test for water tightness with a garden hose showed me that they were essential. The only other caveat is to be very careful with the plastic pins that link the wall sections together. Perhaps I don't know my own strength, but the flat heads on them seemed to break off easily. They still function well, but it was disconcerting to break about six of them. All other parts are well manufactured. The holes of the Made in China windows (the only part that is an import as far as I could tell) did not line up exactly with the window frames, but they are close enough to make it work. Start with the top and bottom center holes to guarantee alignment. All in all, it seems to be a very good storage shed that should last a long time and require no more maintenance than an occasional scrub. And it holds a lot! Avoid buying the spendy accessories unless you want their convenience. Generic shelf parts could easily be adapted. There are many reinforced screw holes available on the interior walls. Good luck with the project. It's worth the money and the effort.
Date published: 2013-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very nice shed.. It took me approx 3 1/2 hours to put it up by myself. Pretty easy even with the bad instructions and mis-labled parts bags. I guess they ran out of the correct parts and subistuted others which did work well but wasnt labled as per the book. I do have 2 sugg.. 1st run a bead of super glue around the windows to hold the gasket in place,( it kept falling out) and 2 start from the right side.. was soo much easier putting the walls up that way because of how they fit into the floors!! Overall a really nice shed. i got it for 699 on a price mislable which made it even better!!
Date published: 2012-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Shed, Expect to Retro-Fit Now that the shed is up it looks good. I have to say that Suncast needs to do a better job of engineering. I had to retro-fit several pieces and this alone took about 2-3 hours. The windows. I had to re-drill most of the the holes so the window lined up properly with the raised screw holes and laid flat on the window frame. The same occured for header beam R - the screw holes were out by 1/4 inch. (see my pictures). Suncast needs to have the people who make the molds for the windows walk their mold over to the people who drill the holes for the windows. Then they can make a proper template to match the holes. Same for the header beam R. The door pin D ring latch. I had to cut 1/4 inch off the top one because the door would not close. Bad screw alignment in the door. The door handle hardware. The left door latch overlaps the right door which is designed to open first. But you have to open both doors because of the overlap, and you cannot latch the left door closed with inner D rings because you will not be able to open the right door. (See Picture) The windows - have read lots of complaints about the installation. They are all true. I have put some pictures of how I solved the problem. I simply taped the gaskets onto the wall frame or door frame and left enough tape so I could pull it out later. I later thought of taping the window to the window frame and that would have ensured the holes for the windows stayed on the pegs in the frame. In most cases they stayed by themselves as I did not drill the holes too wide. See my pictures. I did not stand the wall up to put the window in. With the gasket taped to the frame, I put the window in from the top and while my son held the window down, I screwed it in from the underside. Worked quite well. I am planning sending this link this to Suncast customer service as they are obviously not paying attention to peoples complaints about the windows and other quality issues.
Date published: 2013-06-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So Far So Good. Shed serves its purpose. Shed is plastic. It is held together (rather flimsily) by 1" screws. If you don't get them in the designated holes at the correct angle and torque, they won't stay in. I don't know how the it will hold up in a good wind. I built the wooden floor as described in the instructions (which overall are difficult to follow, and I've done hundreds of assemblies) but I could never get the shed to level. The roof and doors are special pains. They wouldn't "snug up" no matter what I tried. Bottom line... the shed looks o.k. and so far has served its purpose, but I don't know if it will last a year. When I have to do it again, I will invest my money in a wooden shed and build it myself regardless of the extra cost. I only recommend this product as a quick temporary fix.
Date published: 2012-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smart design! My 17 year old son and I assembled this shed over a period of 3 or 4 days. We enjoyed building it, and it honestly looks great in our backyard. My son followed the instructions and assemble part of the shed by himself. We now have room in our garage for me to park my car. The overrall structure appears very strong, we finished yesterday and today its raining very hard with high winds and no problem. I would point out the only difficult part of this shed was securing the roof clamps which locks the roof into place. Hint...My son positioned and held a 25lb. block on top of the roof, while I easily put the clamps on inside the shed. You need to put downward pressure on the top of the roof to make the job a piece of cake. We also found it easier to assemble the windows after the structure was up by spraying a fine coat of 3M adhesive spray to the rubber seal which kept the seal in place while we screwed the windows in place. Very happy with the quality of this shed.
Date published: 2010-12-12
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