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Suncast

Model BMS7791

Internet #203702042

Store SKU #547172

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

$599.00 /each
  • Features large double doors with windows
  • Durable resin construction easily withstands the elements
  • Customers enjoy large interior storage space (see reviews)

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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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Were there any missing pieces or missing hardware?

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I have read about this product on other websites and there were many complaints of missing hardware.
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July 21, 2016
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Mine came without those screes for the ventilation parts but will contact Suncast for new ones.
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July 11, 2015
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My kit was 100 % complete, individual parts bagged separately and well labeled . There was no problem identifying anything.
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Monterey Park, CA, USA
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October 4, 2014
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I got all my parts. It is a good shed.
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October 4, 2014
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Not at all.
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Uniontown, OH, USA
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October 4, 2014
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I purchased this shed back in July and had no missing parts, in fact given the size of the boxes and how many parts ther were, I was pleasantly surprised.
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St. Augustine, FL, USA
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October 4, 2014
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nope...everything was included...no missing parts
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Livonia, MI
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October 3, 2014
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We did not experience this, in fact, we had a few extra items left over when we were done assembling the shed.
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October 3, 2014
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No, I did not have any missing parts. I took my parts out and checked each bag and box before even starting assembly. It can take some time but considering the number of parts it is worth it. This is a standard procedure I do and all manufacturers recommend doing it. I check off each part in the manual parts list. This also helps me later on as I identify parts to the manual part numbers that were not Read More
No, I did not have any missing parts. I took my parts out and checked each bag and box before even starting assembly. It can take some time but considering the number of parts it is worth it. This is a standard procedure I do and all manufacturers recommend doing it. I check off each part in the manual parts list. This also helps me later on as I identify parts to the manual part numbers that were not clearly marked when I got them(based on size and description). It can be very helpful keeping track of the parts during assembly. Read Less
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October 3, 2014
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Mine came with everything that I needed to put it up.
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October 3, 2014
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No. Actually, there were an excess of screws and plastic EZ bolts. Everything was bagged and labeled; very easy to identify and find what was required for each step.
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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?

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March 13, 2016
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The floor of the shed is not self supporting. You need to build a slab or floor under it to raise it off the ground. If you are laying the floor directly on the ground you need to do site prep., level area and compact soil, or lay a gravel base to set the floor on. If you live in a high wind area, you might consider using hurricane straps on the building.
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July 26, 2015
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How do I tie down a resin garden shed onto cement?
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You can buy the piling tubes from a Home Depot and make them yourself. You will need anchor bolts that are cemented into the pilings. You measure the distances dig out the piling pits, secure them keep your measurements, heights, and positions level. Mix and pour the concrete place the bolts in before they are cured and let them set. Then you can drill through the framing lumber and bolt them down after Read More
You can buy the piling tubes from a Home Depot and make them yourself. You will need anchor bolts that are cemented into the pilings. You measure the distances dig out the piling pits, secure them keep your measurements, heights, and positions level. Mix and pour the concrete place the bolts in before they are cured and let them set. Then you can drill through the framing lumber and bolt them down after the pilings have cured. You need to make sure your measurements are accurate and your tubes and pilings remain level or you will have all kinds of problems. You can also review your plans with your local inspector or look on line for more detailed help. You should of course diagram all of this out first. The length/depth and diameter of the pilings may depend on local code requirements. Read Less
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I have no idea where you live. However, double check with the inspector. In California as long as it is structure that can be moved, tarp style carport, shed, etc then you don't need a permit. If you anchor it down then it will become permanent. When mine is empty I can, with effort, shove it enough to say it moves.
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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October 2, 2014
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no instructions in the shed's own materials, but Home Depot has the concrete pilings that fit the boards in them standing on their side, this should be all that's needed
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August 26, 2014
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I did not have to pass inspection, however I did use qty (4) 18" heavy gauge wire augers in the ground at a slight angle & vinyl wrapped wire over the 4 corners under the roof panels, but over the center metal beam for some wind resistance. I am sure this is not tornado or hurricane proof, but secure enough to keep the shed from rolling like a Texas tumbleweed in an average storm.
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July 26, 2014
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yes I believe they exist but you can just follow deck plan
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July 25, 2014
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No. Only instructions to attach to a wooden frame.
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July 16, 2014
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Not in the shed instructions, I would imagine just do a web search on how to do this.
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We were required to lay a cement slab and rat wall (48" deep around the slab). There are not instructions per se but the instructions direct you to take the shed dimensions to your local hardware store and they can tell you what you will need. You will need a special drill bit to drill the holes and one to sink the screws into the concrete. They can also tell you the length of the screws needed. For the Read More
We were required to lay a cement slab and rat wall (48" deep around the slab). There are not instructions per se but the instructions direct you to take the shed dimensions to your local hardware store and they can tell you what you will need. You will need a special drill bit to drill the holes and one to sink the screws into the concrete. They can also tell you the length of the screws needed. For the 7 x 7 shed it requires 8 of the screws Read Less
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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 .

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July 10, 2015
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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.
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Installing the roof panels would be your problem. This requires two people and one of them will need to be positioned on the side when getting the roof panels snapped into place. There would have to be enough room for someone to stand on a step-ladder. Another option would be to assemble the shed close to your final location and move it into place. This would take some constructive thinking but because Read More
Installing the roof panels would be your problem. This requires two people and one of them will need to be positioned on the side when getting the roof panels snapped into place. There would have to be enough room for someone to stand on a step-ladder. Another option would be to assemble the shed close to your final location and move it into place. This would take some constructive thinking but because the sheds are light weight could be done. Read Less
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January 27, 2014
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You will need enough space to allow you and a ladder to access the assembly of the side and roof panels. If you have two strong guys when you're done with assembly I'm pretty sure you can push it while it's still empty to the garage wall. Having said that, I have no fear of it "moving" on it's own empty or full, by winds etc.
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January 25, 2014
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if u have a bigger space to work with u should be able to carefully manipulate it into the space.
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January 24, 2014
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I have my shed about 4 inches away from my other shed. You will have to build it from the inside. You will have to be able to get to the roof from the front and back to snap it into place. But one thing to think about is leaves and things getting in between the two sheds.
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January 24, 2014
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The wall assembly can be done from the inside, so that should not present a problem, but installing one side of the roof may be a bit of a challenge since it's initial placement is done from the outside. If you have room to the rear of the shed 2 tall people may be able to get it in place or a makeshift scaffold would work.
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January 14, 2014
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In order to place the roof, it may be necessary to get between the garage and the shed on a ladder. If you have plenty of help, you may be able to do it from the front and back sides of each roofing piece (there are 4). Be sure to leave room for the overhang of the roof.
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January 14, 2014
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Depends on your installation method. If you install on foundation, you will need to be able to fit your body in between the building and house to fasten side panels.
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January 9, 2014
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The Suncast BMS7791 storage shed may require assistance of another person to help lift and secure various parts into place, Tommy. Enough room will be needed to move around the unit on the outside to do this.
Please review the instruction manual available at either the Home Depot site or the Suncast web site for this model. This should give you an idea of how the unit is constructed and how close you can
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The Suncast BMS7791 storage shed may require assistance of another person to help lift and secure various parts into place, Tommy. Enough room will be needed to move around the unit on the outside to do this.
Please review the instruction manual available at either the Home Depot site or the Suncast web site for this model. This should give you an idea of how the unit is constructed and how close you can get it to the garage.
Please keep in mind that it will weigh over 300 pounds after it is assembled. Should you decide to push it closer to the garage at this time, this may also affect the stability itself.
Thank you for your question and your interest in Suncast products.
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does the shed come with floor?

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July 12, 2015
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Yes !
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yes the floor interlocks with it
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yes, but we put sand underneath just to make it more stable. if you put it on cement it will be fine.
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Yes
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Yes, but it is very flimsy and needs to be on a solid and level base.
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yes! very good quality one
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Yes , it comes with a 2 piece 3/4 inch hard plastic floor.
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Yes, it does come with a floor. Heavy resin to match the shed.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 427 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice shed Very easy to put together. The hardest thing about this was having a foundation for it. I recommend using a cordless drill for all the screws, but be careful and do not over tighten! This shed is the perfect size for my kids bikes, outside toys and sports equipment. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This shed looks really good I just put this shed together and I really like it. It did take me all day with breaks but once I was done I was very pleased with the look. I read reviews before purchasing and putting it together. You definitely want to have a level surface to build the shed on. I used a wood foundation of 2x4s since I won't be parking a riding mower in there. Overall I'm pleased with it and now need to get accessories to hang up my weed eater and other gard n tools. I definitely recommend this for those who don't need a massive shade and just want to clear their garage is some clutter. July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Choice and Happy for it! Having stick built tool sheds before I decided to buy a pre fab this time to avoid the cost and labor of doing it again, especially at my age 67. I also chose to use patio block for the base in stead of a deck made from 2 x 6. After preparing the ground, laying my patio block, my shed arrived, two huge boxes and a lot of pieces. I took an inventory and once satisfied I had all the pieces I started assembling my shed. 6 hours later, I was done. Except for some help with the roof panels that require someone pressing down from the outside while screws are put in from underneath in the inside, I assembled the entire thing on my own. The directions were easy to follow and once the pre assembly was completed, everything just snapped into place quite easily. I did some extra landscape around to finish it off nicely and I have to say, this was a fun project to do and cost wise, very affordable. This product is well designed and should last for years to come. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by VERY GOOD SHED WITH ROOM FOR ENHANCEMENTS Very Good quality shed, looks good in my yard. Some room for enhancements though: 1- Anchoring the shed kind of felt on my own. Staff at HD were not much of a help. Installed ground anchors and routed the anchoring wires through the metal frame supporting the roof. Wires push against the top of resin walls. Can not tighten wires much as it would destort wall. And as it is it Does not feel very sturdy. Design should be enhanced to allow good anchoring options. 2- The shed has double doors with left door having locks to the floor and ceiling from the inside. The right door locks to the left door on outside. This is not switchable. I wish it were since my installation site lends itself to better/frequent use of left door (Most of the time one would be using one door, right? and I have a small tree close to the front right corner that I did not want to cut down). Left-handed people would also have the ability to use left door easily with their left hand if the locks/hardware were switchable. 3- I got the newer model with side window. Very nice as it lets more daylight in. Window is on the right side and that is where I wanted it in my installation site. Not sure if it is switchable to the other side. Nothing in the instructions on that. I'd imagine some ppl may want to have it on the other side depending on where in your yard you install the shed. If it is not switchable, some may end up with the window hiden from sight on the far side by the yeard fence. 4- Some screws attaching the left side of the roof to the right side feel loose and do not tighten enough. July 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love the style, size, and shape Difficult Assembly, it took 2-3 ppl to put together. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good shed It looks great and works well. Really like it. The key is to build a strong level base. It took much longer to build the base than the shed. There are just wood dimensions and no instructions on building the base. Dug holes and filled with crushed stone, then put concrete paver squares on top, then the base beams, making sure everything was level. You can use bits of roofing shingles as shims to level the base. Used 16d galvanized nails for the base beams and 8d nails to secure the plywood (every 6 inches). Nails are faster and stronger than screws. Used 2x4 pressure treated for base not 2x6, which is fine for this size shed with many points of support. With 2x6s you could just support at 4 points. The instructions that come with the shed are very poor. Masking tape is useful for holding windows in as you fix them. Also, needed to cut my own screens (from window screen material) for the vents ( as theirs were too small. Assembled shed on my own, though it takes some skill. Used duct tape to pull down the roof while I screwed it in place, as did not have a second person. The shed looks great and works great - only wish I had bought the 10ft long one to store more stuff. Can fit the snow blower, lawnmower and wheelbarrow side by side. Also bought the loft storage rack. BTW cost $150 for shipping for the 7ft shed versus free shipping on the 10ft one -so 10ft one is not that much more delivered. Stained the base with leftover deck stain. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pleased with this shed Although there are more attractive sheds to be had, this shed is excellent for the price (I paid about $550). Fairly easy to assemble for this 66 yo woman and her 42 yo son, together. One person alone might have a much more difficult time. Aside from pre-assembling the door-windows and vent, it took us about 4 hours to complete. Unit seems to keep everything dry, which is the point. Also, it is very attractive in the backyard. Placed a few potted plants along the side walls and it looks lovely. Very important to have a level surface, in order to get everything plumb and square, and for the doors to function properly. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Little Shed Was very easy to assemble. Instructions were very intuitive and well marked. My neighbor helped and it made it that much easier. For the size and my needs, the shed is perfect. The materials appear to be great quality and I was even able to place a small light in it. Total time from box to built: 2-3hrs. I do recommend this shed. September 4, 2016
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