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Suncast Sutton 7 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 4.5 in. Resin Storage Shed
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Suncast

Sutton 7 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 4.5 in. Resin Storage Shed

  • Features large double doors with windows
  • Durable resin construction easily withstands the elements
  • Customers enjoy large interior storage space (see reviews)
Was  $599.00
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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 sheds have reinforced gable-style roofs, are built for durability, designed to protect your stuff from weather and look good doing it.

  • Durable steel reinforced blow molded resin construction
  • Robust double doors with windows
  • Lockable metal handles and metal hinges for additional security
  • Sturdy floor with extra reinforcement in tractor-wheel areas
  • Metal trusses and ridge beam provide roof support
  • Functional vent for air circulation
  • Steep roof pitch for easy snow removal and rain run off
  • Additional shelving, loft kit and hook and basket accessories available, not included
  • Foundation required, not included
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The Village Inspector is requiring that this shed be ancored to the ground (ie: Cement pilings in 4 corners). Are there any instructions on how to?

Asked by: JEBB
are there permits to be gotten or is this type exempt from these???
Answered by: leo
Date published: 2016-11-22

Were there any missing pieces or missing hardware?

I have read about this product on other websites and there were many complaints of missing hardware.
Asked by: curious
Mine came without those screes for the ventilation parts but will contact Suncast for new ones.
Answered by: Bander
Date published: 2016-08-23

How well does this shed seal? dies it seal well enough to store household items or just yard tools and such.

We will be keeping most stuff in plastic totes.
Asked by: AR
I am moving out of my appartment and moving in with a friend in a home. I do have household Items that I boxed up such as Kitchen, Bathroom towels etc., Bedroom Items shuch as Bedding etc. , Wall Decor, Basically things you would need if you lived in your own place. I think this shed would all that I have... I have everything in boxes. San Deigo is where I live... Will this shed worp due to hot weather, and marine layers? And can the shed be place on the dirt, if not My friend has a lot of bricks can it be placed on top of the bricks?
Answered by: Ladybug
Date published: 2017-03-21

I would like to place the side of shed as close to side of garage as poss. How close can I get without assembly problems ?I am very limited on space .

Asked by: tb
All fasteners/fastening is done from the inside. Roof panels can be placed from the inside if necessary. Position the first panels on your tightest side first. You should have no problems with a little imagination.
Answered by: paddlemaker
Date published: 2015-11-22
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Sutton 7 ft. 3 in. x 7 ft. 4.5 in. Resin Storage Shed is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 532.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This shed is a good value for the price. It won't last for 100 years, but that's not what I wante... This shed is a good value for the price. It won't last for 100 years, but that's not what I wanted. I just needed something to keep my tractor out of the weather, and that's just what this will do, with a little extra room as an added bonus. The directions were good, and it was easy to put together with one reasonably skilled worker and one not-so-skilled. The one thing I think needs to be pointed out is that the design of the instructions is flawed a bit in my opinion. If you build the shed and put it on a wooden platform, as I had to do, the plans tell you to build a platform virtually the same size as the base that comes with the shed. That means that rain run-off will come off the side of the shed and then can easily work its way under the shed's base and get trapped between the shed base and the wooden platform, eventually leading to rot. I tried to head that off by installing drip edge between the shed base and the platform, with a bead of caulking to seal the joint at the drip edge and the shed. That seemed to be the best I could do to prevent the rot. But the shed itself is just what I hoped it would be in the price range I could afford. The only reason I couldn't give it a 5 was because I think the hinges are pretty weak on the doors. I'm going to have to be very careful with them. I'm not sure how many guys really want to be careful with their shed...
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My initial impression was it seemed good, and if it had been made properly it might be. Unfortuna... My initial impression was it seemed good, and if it had been made properly it might be. Unfortunately, the unit came with only 2 side panels and an extra right front corner panel instead of the 3rd Side panel. Home Depot was great in the process, but Suncast did not want to take care of me. A week after I called them I still do not have the panel and their attitude is uncaring. I paid expedited shipping but they said that was Home Depot's problem. Suncast refused to compensate the shipping and refused to expedite the replacement part. The phone rep said "sir we have 7 to 10 days so we did our part". The local Home Depot was great and I will have a shed, but I won't buy another Suncast nor would I recommend them. A manufacturer that won't stand behind its product or show concern for customers is a gamble. I recommend Home Depot, but not Suncast.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The directions were straightforward and after a few times through them, I was able to figure out ... The directions were straightforward and after a few times through them, I was able to figure out how the shed is put together. I would say the trickiest part is putting together the roof. If done right, the entire structure becomes stronger and more rigid which is what you want in a shed. Just a heads up: it is best to build the shed in warm weather. The resin is a bit more flexible and can be maneuvered more easily.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have never bought a shed so easy to put together. Make sure you plan on a floor support system. D... Have never bought a shed so easy to put together. Make sure you plan on a floor support system. Don't get surprised with the instructions just because it comes with a floor - I was with my first building that came with what seemed to be a sturdy floor. You still need a floor base. I recommend downloading the owners manual before going to buy this. It has a complete material list needed for your floor system. Over the years I have bought several metal buildings and put together with ease, but nothing compared to how easy this one was. My first resin building was the Lifetime 15 x 8. I wish I knew then what I know now. If I ever buy more, no doubt it will be this one, even if I need multiple to meet my size needs. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the handle as well, especially compared to my Lifetime one that cost me 3 times the price of this one. So far it has withstood a few severe thunderstorms with very high wind gusts. As with any outdoor storage, if you want a better seal, I would caulk the seams. Some fit snug, and some had a minor gap. Nothing extreme, just my OCD kicking in, so I would seal them.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty decent shed, assembly is not bad at all, better if two persons work on it but I did 99% by... Pretty decent shed, assembly is not bad at all, better if two persons work on it but I did 99% by my own just asked my wife to help with last roof section. My product came missing some hardware and got a wrong bracket for the roof assembly, I did call the manufacturer and got in 3 days all correct parts and missing hardware. A firm and level base is a most otherwise I do not recommend to attempt the install, the instructions are basic and some improvement would be great, it can be confused to understand few steps. Overall I think it is a decent product for the price, but be ready for a long weekend working outside with this project, it can be fun if you follow the instructions in detail and watch few videos on line that will help a lot.
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gravel foundation prepped in 2hrs, shed assembled in 4 hours with ladder & helper Needed a place to store four bicycles, hitch rack carrier, garden tools, buckets, hoses & anything else that wouldn't fit in our trailer in northern Wisconsin...this waterproof unit fit our needs perfectly. Instead of spending half a day building a wood platform, we used a one cubic yard composite mixture of sand and fine gravel, in a 25%/75% ratio, then tamped it down to flat, using a 3' level to check until flat. One yard of mixture works well because it allows for a four inch foundation layer plus about one foot apron beyond the shed base (see picture below). Flooring is tight enough as assembled to keep out moisture without need for caulking, either between the two floor pieces or between floor and walls. However, to ensure the interior stayed dry, we made the following moisture abatement enhancements: 1) caulked the roof to wall, and wall to wall seams, using a 5.5 oz tube of clear DAP Kwik Seal kitchen & bath adhesive, and 2) installing door sweeps on door bottoms to prevent "bounce back" water from collecting under door edges during hard rains. Small screened louvered vents on front & back headers provide just enough airflow to keep shed interior relatively dry without allowing rain/snow to enter.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from IMPORTANT...absolutely do NOT attempt to assemble on a windy day. Also, check your forecast for a... IMPORTANT...absolutely do NOT attempt to assemble on a windy day. Also, check your forecast for approaching afternoon storms. We spent several hours building a solid foundation for this shed (a must) as I don't recommend this on direct ground. We then began assembling the building, easy to do and nearly all can be done by hand. And then an afternoon storm blew up...we had all the walls up and roof mostly on but not fully locked in when the rain ran us indoors...needless to say after a few 40+ mph gusts of wind our new partially assembled shed headed for the back forty ....rolling multiple times before coming to rest a good 150 feet from it's original spot. Reassembly of shed was a bit more tricky as a few of the pieces were now "wonky" and not factory true as before. Regardless, it's rebuilt and still solid so I can safely attest to the fact that it took a lickin and is still usable. I also appreciate the two extra wall screws enclosed in package as that is exactly how many broke during its unplanned flight and subsequent rough landing. Love the color as it blends right in with my home and I finally have all the junk out of my house. This little shed holds a LOT of stuff. It is a tough little shed and I would definitely recommend it. And we've since had another very windy Texas thunderstorm and the little bugger didn't budge now that it's affixed to it's solid foundation.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from From Soft sides to Hard Sides We had a fabric and wood frame Shelter/Shed that we stored potting materials and such in, it died. This kit was terrific, small enough to do preassemble things inside the house and carry pieces out to assemble and the finished product is terrific. I bought several of the wall rack assemblies, the over head rack seems too small and too low to be useful. A person could easily add a window. I own a lot of Suncast Outdoor products, this is the biggest but they have all been great products, you can trust Suncast.
Date published: 2016-09-15
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