Model # BMS8000

Internet #202024487

Suncast Alpine 7 ft. 5-3/4 in. x 10 ft. 8 in. Resin Storage Shed
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Suncast

Alpine 7 ft. 5-3/4 in. x 10 ft. 8 in. Resin Storage Shed

$1,199.00 /each

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When you’ve maxed out the space in your garage, it’s time for a Suncast Storage Building. These sheds feature reinforced gable-style roofs, reinforced floors, walk-in accessibility through the full double doors and optional accessory kits to make it easy to store and find what you need. They are built for durability, designed to protect your stuff from weather and look good in your back yard.

  • 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
  • Foundation required not included
  • Accessories available not included
  • Recommend 2-person assembly
  • Approximately 3-4 hours assembly time, foundation construction will add to overall time to complete this project
  • Foundation required, not included
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Alpine 7 ft. 5-3/4 in. x 10 ft. 8 in. Resin Storage Shed
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What is the material on the windows?

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Gregor
Nuevo, Ca.
June 30, 2013
Are the windows glass, or polycarbonate or some other plastic?
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Polycarbonate
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July 23, 2014
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1/4 plexi tinted
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tinted Plexiglas, about 1/8 inch thick or slightly thinner.
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April 21, 2014
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I would assume it is polycarbonate -- pretty tough stuff. it is colored a dark amber, so if your looking for untinted, you may have to call Suncast and ask the material type and ask if they would sell clear replacement panes.
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Tinted plexiglass.
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The windows are a tinted Plexiglas with a rubber seal to protect the inside from the elements.
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July 1, 2013
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The Suncast Alpine Resin Storage Shed Model BMS8000 has windows made from high quality plastic resin which includes UV protection. Thank you for your interest in Suncast products.
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Will the floor support the weight of a riding mower (Approx. 600#?

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December 17, 2014
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yes
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July 23, 2014
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Probably so ling as you have a strong base under it. I would rec. concrete.....
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Yes. manual states it will support upto 330lbs per square foot.
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Fort Collins, CO, USA
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May 21, 2014
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A base is needed for the shed. Either a concrete slab or a wood base is shown in the directions. I built a wood base because I may want to move my shed with a forklift in the future. I used 3/4" waferboard over 2" x 8" floor joists. The floor was then screwed to the base with lag screws. But yes, the plastic base of the shed is substantial and will definitely hold a lawn tractor after putting it on the Read More
A base is needed for the shed. Either a concrete slab or a wood base is shown in the directions. I built a wood base because I may want to move my shed with a forklift in the future. I used 3/4" waferboard over 2" x 8" floor joists. The floor was then screwed to the base with lag screws. But yes, the plastic base of the shed is substantial and will definitely hold a lawn tractor after putting it on the required base. There are molded treads in the floor for tire traction.
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Lady Lake, FL, USA
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You should really prepare a sub floor for the whole shed to keep the walls, roof , doors square. The resin floor is only an inch or so thick. A well prepared sub floor will far exceed the weight of your mower.
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can it be insulated against heat and cold?

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Personally I think it can be insulated against cold to a certain level but not sub zero. It is not doing well to insulate heat at all, since the temperature inside can go up quickly even though the outside temperature is not as high as the inside.
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Probably if you were to use foam board....might not be perfect
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I guess its possible, you would have to probably glue the insulation on the inside of the shed (outside of the walls) But lots of windows that are only thin Plexiglas so not sure what you would gain out of it.
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Beaumont, CA, USA
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Not easily. There are no insets in the wall panels so you'd be cutting down the size of the storage area in the shed.
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Atlanta, GA
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Hi Spring,
This shed cannot be insulated.
Thank you for your question.
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Does Home Depot offer installation with this product?

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Costa Mesa, CA
July 6, 2013
I'd like to buy the 7X10 Alpine shed but concerned about installation. Do you offer assistance or recommend help to erect it on my property? Thanks, Ivan
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No, Home Depot informed me (I live in D.C.) that it does not.
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No. You have to install yourself or ask someone else to help you. It is best to install it with two persons.
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Probably but you don't need it, it's that easy.... Pizza and beer for a friend.
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I assume Home Depot would erect it for a fee -- you need to contact them.
It requires two people. My wife and I did it and we are 67 years young.
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July 8, 2013
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Thanks for asking. No, we do not offer installation with the product. However, the Home Depot partners with installers and home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get your installation project done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service installers to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance Read More
Thanks for asking. No, we do not offer installation with the product. However, the Home Depot partners with installers and home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get your installation project done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service installers to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance before we send them out on any job. Unfortunately, we cannot give an estimate without conducting a consultation of the job. Please call us at The Home Depot Home Services at 1-800-557-5221 to schedule an appointment. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent shed! This shed is easy to assemble and looks amazing once it is done. Just make sure you are assembling it on a level area, and follow the instructions. It took about 7 hours to put together with 2 people, including beer breaks..lol. I would highly recommend this product, it will exceed expectations. October 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Shed, but needs thicker cardboard containers Prior to placing the order for this shed, many had posted complaints about installing the windows. I have a decent workaround that precludes the use of items used by other shed builders: epoxy, super glue, RTV & tape (see pictures). Before climbing under the sub-assemblies I tested the weight without the dow-peg support and the door & also the siding didn’t fall. Also in conjunction I used 20 lbs. of weight to counter balance the other end. So if I accidentally knocked over the dow-peg while working under the door or sidings, the weight & shed component would not come crashing down on me. Remember: Safety First! I was surprised how quickly my Wife and I could build this shed. Seriously in two hours we had all the walls up (took a break for lunch) and after another two hours all roofing supports and panels were installed. So, once we had all the parts, assembly was easy. Extra Hardware: Door parts, 1 each: Y, Z, FF & GG. Shed: 5 plastic V pins (broke 3 during assembly, happy to have extra), 2 each: AA, X & Z. Tip: dip plastic pins in water before installing, they slid right into place. Like all snap together sheds, they are only as good as the foundation you build them on. September 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great shed for the money Good quality, nice looking shed. A little challenging to assemble however. August 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not reel happy The metal support over the door and back panel did not fit . I had to file out the holes to line up. parts are not marked very well. I ran out of screws and had to run to the hardware store. also waited two days for the delivery only to find out it was changed to another trucking company. was not happy! September 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Looks good in the picture, but cheesy-looking and less than sturdy in reality Panels generally don't fit together well, and the assembly instructions are vague in some areas. An example - the main roof beam is supposed to be preassembled (e.g., prior to general assembly of the various structures). However, if you preassemble its almost impossible to place the beam in its required place. We had to disassemble and then reassemble in place. Reassembly was difficult, because the 2 parts of the roof beam do not fit together very well. Also, it looks good in the picture, but it seems somewhat less than sturdy when fully assembled (and it looks kind of cheesy). Examples - 1) The left side wall is slightly bowed after assembly, 2) There is plenty of give if the completed structure is pushed on, and 3) Even with a padlock, it appears that the doors can probably be forced open without a lot of difficulty. They may be more expensive, but a wood or composite material shed would be much better, in my opinion. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice looking shed The shed looks great and has more then enough room, it took me a little longer to assemble then some of the reviews. The only problem I had was with the door closure. There is not any adjustment with the hinges, make sure the area at the front of the shed at the threshold is level with no high points. The Windows went together ok with two people you don't need any adhesive or tape looks like they had a design change that holds the gaskets in place. February 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good shed but more info. on the web site would have been helpful This is a good shed however the description didn't say if the windows opened or not. I would have preferred a shed with windows that opened. It said they were vented, whatever that means. It took a while just to get the windows in too. Definitely have the surface level when putting it up. It didn't go together well at first but our foundation wasn't level. Even after leveling the base the roof had to be clamped down in order to attach it to the roof supports. August 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Suncast BMS 8000 shed good sized shed. looks nice also. level platform or flooring is the key. otherwise a roof panel at an uneven spot can be harder to fasten from the inside. So, level AND flat surface with no humps or bumps along the way. already survived the first tropical storm with no leaks. make sure wooden platform, if used, is the right length and width. and definitely attach it to the wooden base with the lag screws. slides around otherwise. definitely go easy on the screws. easy to strip. seemed easier to strip on those that went into the roof pieces. I put it together with no help. 2 or more people for some parts are recommended but but can be figured out if you are short handed. June 7, 2016
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