Model # BMS4700

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Suncast Stow-Away 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 11 in. Resin Horizontal Storage Shed
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Suncast

Stow-Away 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 11 in. Resin Horizontal Storage Shed

  • 70 Cubic feet of available storage space
  • Designed to store two oversized trash cans
  • Looks great on side of house or below 4' fence line
$379.00 /each

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Hide unsightly garbage cans and organize your storage space with the Suncast horizontal shed. This shed is spacious enough to hold 2 96 Gal. garbage cans, but is designed with a low profile to sit below a fence line or look great on the side of your house. Durability, security and easy assembly are just a few more reasons why the Suncast horizontal shed is the shed for you.

  • Large capacity, can store up to 2 96 Gal. garbage cans, garden supplies, pool and patio items and more
  • Padlock ready, 3-door locking system (lock not included)
  • Fast, secure easy bolt assembly
  • Low profile design is ideal for placement on the side of a house, patio or under a fence line
  • Reinforced floor with ramp for easily rolling in and storing heavy items
  • Low maintenance, steel reinforced, durable double wall resin construction
  • Gas shock assisted lid helps lift the lid and keep it open
  • Foundation required, not included

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will a standard size push lawn mover fit easily in this?

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December 23, 2014
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The dimension is 3 ft by 5ft so yes a push lawn mower will fit.
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Yes definitely. I have both a push lawnmower and an electric rototiller in mine and there is plenty of room for more stuff inside.
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August 28, 2014
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Easily!
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June 2, 2014
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If it is stored side to side... yes. If you want to store it from front to back, the handle would have to be collapsed.
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April 22, 2014
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Absolutely. You could probably put two in with no issue.
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April 9, 2014
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Absolutely. I could put Black&Decker Corded lawn mower in this easily, even without folding the handles. I think the same goes to the bigger model like honda gas powered ones as well
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March 11, 2014
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The Suncast BMS4700 Stow-Away horizontal storage shed measures 5 feet 5.5 inches wide from side to side on the inside by 3 feet 2.5 inches deep from front to back on the inside. The inside front height is 3 feet 10.5 inches high and because it slopes up in the back, the inside back height is 4 feet 1.5 inches high.
Whether a standard size push lawn mower will fit easily inside will depend on the
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The Suncast BMS4700 Stow-Away horizontal storage shed measures 5 feet 5.5 inches wide from side to side on the inside by 3 feet 2.5 inches deep from front to back on the inside. The inside front height is 3 feet 10.5 inches high and because it slopes up in the back, the inside back height is 4 feet 1.5 inches high.
Whether a standard size push lawn mower will fit easily inside will depend on the measurements of the mower. Home Depot sells a variety of push mowers and includes their dimensions. Please compare them to the BMS4700 dimensions I have given you.
Thank you for your question and your interest in Suncast products.
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Can you fit two adult bikes in this shed?

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yes. I store two 26" bikes. Had them both in intact, but then for more space, I took the front wheel off of one, and the other bike was a folding bike. It works either way.
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November 14, 2014
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Yes, a little tight, but we use it for 2 adult and 2 child size bikes.
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November 5, 2014
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Of course it depends on how large the bikes are, but I could easily see this housing a couple of adult-sized mountain bikes & more.
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September 29, 2014
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You can easily fit two full size bikes in this shed. Check out the interior dimensions and measure your bike's longest point (wheel edge to wheel edge) and then you'll have your proof.
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September 17, 2014
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Definitely. Plus a kid's bike!
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September 17, 2014
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Thank you for your question, Bike Mike. The Suncast BMS4700 storage shed has the following inside measurements: 3 feet 10.5 inches high in front by the doors, 4 feet 1.5 inches high in back; 5 feet 5.5 inches wide side to side, and 3 feet 2.5 inches deep front to back inside. It can fit two smaller bikes and depending on the size of your adult bikes, may accommodate them as well. Thank you for your Read More
Thank you for your question, Bike Mike. The Suncast BMS4700 storage shed has the following inside measurements: 3 feet 10.5 inches high in front by the doors, 4 feet 1.5 inches high in back; 5 feet 5.5 inches wide side to side, and 3 feet 2.5 inches deep front to back inside. It can fit two smaller bikes and depending on the size of your adult bikes, may accommodate them as well. Thank you for your interest in Suncast products. Read Less
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What type of foundation is needed?

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Grass, plywood, cement, just about anything as long as it's firm and reasonably level. If you plan on putting this on the ground with something heavy inside, I'd use a plywood base.
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The floor is of a honey-comb design, so it should be a hard, flat surface. I you put heavy things in it, I would suggest putting plywood down for strength.
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Instructions call for either concrete or wood base. I used 12"x12" patio blocks, but I did not secure it to them. You don't have to, but if you have it in a windy area - or if you're prone to high wind storms - you should secure the unit to a solid foundation. And be sure to level whatever surface you put it on.
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I used a concrete platform.
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None. It has its own floor. We have ours sitting on our pool deck, but you could put it on dirt as well.
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December 9, 2013
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The Suncast Stow-Away horizontal storage shed model BMS4700 requires a flat and level foundation. The instruction manual will detail how to construct a wood platform or a concrete pad on which to build the shed. Site preparation and platform construction instructions are on pages 12 and 13. You can view these instructions using the manual at the Home Depot site or at the Suncast web site for this model. Read More
The Suncast Stow-Away horizontal storage shed model BMS4700 requires a flat and level foundation. The instruction manual will detail how to construct a wood platform or a concrete pad on which to build the shed. Site preparation and platform construction instructions are on pages 12 and 13. You can view these instructions using the manual at the Home Depot site or at the Suncast web site for this model. Thank you for your question and your interest in Suncast products. Read Less
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Can the shed be locked?

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Yes, we were able to use a smaller diameter key lock to secure ours.
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Yes, there is a hasp that connects between the lid and the right door.
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Yes...it has a spot on the door latch that accept a padlock, etc.
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Yes, there is a lug with a hole for a padlock. The padlock prevents the top from being lifted, which in turn holds the doors shut.
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This can be locked but the actual lock is not included and must be purchased separately.
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Stow-Away 3 ft. 8 in. x 5 ft. 11 in. Resin Horizontal Storage Shed is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 195.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Pros: Holes and hardware lined up well Easy assembly Hinges and lid shocks work smoothly and hol... Pros: Holes and hardware lined up well Easy assembly Hinges and lid shocks work smoothly and hold lid up - easy operation Cons: it was only 95° out and the plastic was getting soft (the last screws could basically be pushed in without turning) it very much looks like cheap plastic upper surface of floor is very soft - warps when walked across material felt very hot to touch in October sun in Tucson We'll see how this holds up once it actually gets warm next spring...i'm guessing that with 105°+ days in May it'll be too hot to touch and the plastic will warp. But, maybe i'll be wrong....hopefully.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from decent quality , easy to put together , floor could be stronger , looks good for its use , seems ... decent quality , easy to put together , floor could be stronger , looks good for its use , seems to keep the rain and weather out fine. I used it for a generator storage , which should serve it's purpose fine ,would buy again
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect storage capacity The shed was easy to assemble but required 2 people since some of the pieces have to slide together or are too cumbersome to manage alone. the directions were easy to follow for assembly, but you second guess which screws are the correct ones as the little packages are not marked. Some screws do not appear long enough for the job, but barely come together. We had a few instances of having to take apart a step and redo, but I blame us and not necessarily the instructions. Power screwdriver or drill makes the work much faster. Easily fits our 2 bikes, some extra firewood, and various other yard items.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-designed and sturdy. The shed is pretty solid when assembled. The gas cylinders on the roof really make it easy to open. Minor quibbles: The floor could be a bit sturdier. It's OK, but the foundation needs to be solid -- no real gaps. The latch is the right idea, but maybe a bit thin. One note: double check that all of the connection points between the sides and back are correctly seated before attaching the stiffener brackets. I had one that missed and had to remove the brackets to re-seat the connection later.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product is made of heavy plastic resin, is fairly sturdy and is not too difficult to assembl... This product is made of heavy plastic resin, is fairly sturdy and is not too difficult to assemble as long as you can follow directions and use some simple tools. The unit is nice looking and stores two large and one small garbage can. It features a lid that opens automatically and is easy to get into. Their are three things I do not like about this product. First, the doors are at ground level, so if you live where there is snow, plan to have to spend another hundred bucks and a few hours to build a platform to set it on. Secondly, when the top gets covered with ice, the lift device no longer works, which means you have to keep the top scraped. Lastly, although the latch at the base of the door is easily pushed open, my guess would be that the neighborhood raccoon or bear will be able to unlatch it as easily as I can. It is also made out of plastic, which is guaranteed not to last.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More than what we bargained for Plan on some kind of base for the shed to sit on, either a cement slab, or we ended up building a wooden base made from treated 2X4's. Challenge: When assembling, the holes for the screws didn't always match up. We ended up having to drill holes to match up with some of the holes. With the base, the shed stands just about the same height as our 5 ft fence, so perfectly hidden from the front of the house. We easily fit a lawn mower and a broadcast spreader. We were also able to fit a wheelbarrow and a few miscellaneous things, but we will have to move things out to get the lawn mower out. It was a perfect size for our needs.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Real nice Easy to put together fits 2 full size mountain bikes...thats why I picked this unit
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Shed for Garbage Cans, etc. Shed is of good quality and is perfect for my intended use df storing garbage cans. Assembly can be challenging as the instructions are not always clear. If placing shed against a wall or building, be sure to,completely assemble first since there are three long hinge screws to be inserted from rear and the instructions do not warn you. Also had issues with a welded nut on one door hing which was not threaded properly and the hinge does not allow for a tap to be used.
Date published: 2016-09-13
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