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Model BMS8160

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Tremont 16 ft. 3-1/4 in. x 8 ft. 4-1/2 in. Resin Storage Shed

$2,141.76 /each

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Storage space can be a problem, let the Suncast Tremont Resin Storage Shed be your solution. This large 8 ft. x 16 ft. shed boasts a large capacity of 883 cu. ft. Large double doors with windows allow you to move and store large items within your shed. The Suncast Tremont shed is constructed of blow molded resin that is as durable as it is strong. Resin is easy to clean and will not rust or rot. The roof is constructed of durable resin and reinforced with a metal truss system. Also included in the roof are 10 skylights for easily navigating your shed in the daytime with natural light. Also included are 6 corner shelves and a resin floor.

  • 883 cu. ft. capacity
  • Door opening: 60 in. W x 72 in. H
  • Constructed of steel reinforced durable double-wall resin
  • Includes 6 corner shelves with 8 optional locations
  • Includes 10 skylights
  • Metal reinforced shingle style roof panels
  • Pad-lockable metal handles (lock not included)
  • Reinforced floor for tractor support
  • Additional shelving, loft kit and hook and basket accessories available (not included BMSA1S, BMSA2L and BMSA3B)
  • Foundation required, not included
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Tremont 16 ft. 3-1/4 in. x 8 ft. 4-1/2 in. Resin Storage Shed
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Do they sell windows for this unit ? If so can I order them separate ?

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St. Inigoes, Maryland
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August 28, 2014
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there are 2 great windows for the front doors, and several opeack colored sky lights. they are tiny avout 12in squared. other than that I don't know if you can add windows. it is pre-molded plastic.
hopes this helps.
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Batavia, IL
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July 17, 2014
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Yes, side panels with windows are available through the manufacturer. Please contact Suncast Corporation for more information at 1-800-444-3310.
Suncast Representative
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May 8, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Really, Is 16ft the width? which dimension is what the picture shows differently

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August 29, 2016
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The exterior dimensions of the Suncast BMS8160 shed measure 8 feet 4.5 inches wide by 16 feet 3.25 inches deep by 8 feet 7 inches high. Thank you for your question and your interest in Suncast storage products for home and garden.
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August 26, 2016
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This item is 8'4.5" wide.
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can i add a rear door set

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March 2, 2015
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Thank you for your question, Glenn. If you elect to modify Suncast products in any way, it is at your own risk. Damage to parts or the entire unit will not be covered under the Suncast warranty.
To add a rear door safely to the Suncast Tremont storage shed is physically impossible. If you were to attempt to put an entrance on the rear wall on our 8x16 shed, even if you were to buy all of the right Read More
Thank you for your question, Glenn. If you elect to modify Suncast products in any way, it is at your own risk. Damage to parts or the entire unit will not be covered under the Suncast warranty.
To add a rear door safely to the Suncast Tremont storage shed is physically impossible. If you were to attempt to put an entrance on the rear wall on our 8x16 shed, even if you were to buy all of the right components, the front corners would not interlock with the rear floors.
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February 27, 2015
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Hello glenn and thank you for your question.
The Suncast Tremont 16 foot Resin Storage Shed has a back panel designed for structural integrity. The manufacturer does not offer rear door set option.
Best wishes on your project.
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what are the sizes and weight of the boxes shipped?

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Would this fit in a small pickup truck? I'm debating whether to pick up at the store or have it shipped to my house.
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the size was about 12ft long and 10ft wide and 2 of the boxes weighed around 200lb and the other 2 around 125lb. it took the booth of us to move the 2 thiner boxes and we really needed 2 strong men to move and lift the 2 main boxes. we are in the 50's so not as strong as some one in their 20-30's
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The Suncast Tremont shed model BMS8160 comes in four cartons banded together, placed on a wood skid that is 49.5 inches by 53 inches, and wrapped in stretch wrap.
Box 1 is 52 inches by 15.7 inches by 86 inches and weighs 220 pounds.
Box 2 is also 52 inches by 15.7 inches by 86 inches but weighs 240 pounds.
Two Extension kits, each being 40 inches by 48 inches by 41 inches and weighing 119 pounds, will Read More
The Suncast Tremont shed model BMS8160 comes in four cartons banded together, placed on a wood skid that is 49.5 inches by 53 inches, and wrapped in stretch wrap.
Box 1 is 52 inches by 15.7 inches by 86 inches and weighs 220 pounds.
Box 2 is also 52 inches by 15.7 inches by 86 inches but weighs 240 pounds.
Two Extension kits, each being 40 inches by 48 inches by 41 inches and weighing 119 pounds, will be sandwiched between the two larger cartons.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by easy to assemble with help We purchased the shed and 2 extender pks. it arrived in 4 large boxes about the size of a car. once we checked that all the pieces were there it was quick to assemble. we did it in 3 days. first was building a platform. we did not go with the concrete slab we now wish we had. much simpler than the plat form which must be squared at all times. next day laid the flooring and the sides. they went up with great ease. we chose not to screw down the floor till after the shed was assembled to allow for shifting. then we added the supports for the roof. difficulties there. that took the longest. one person can do it but best done with 2 and a sturdy ladder. 3rd day finished putting on roof. went great. there are a few places that did not match completely thats where being able to shift the floor a little helped.and bolting down after words worked out best for us. we really like the results and the look of the unit. at first it looked flimsy but once it was all together it is really sturdy. will purchase again in the future. over all took 4 hours each day. could be done in 2 , one for the deck( subfloor) and 8-10 hours then for the assembly. Husband and I are 45-50 in age and we did it our selves. except when it came to the roof braces ,we need one more persons help there. Only major difficulty was the support assembly that needed patience and tweaking constantly. defiantly need extra person for that. over all a great weekend project. August 28, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by What a nightmare I ordered this shed from an email sales bill I received from Home Depot and I thought it would be a great replacement shed for an old worn out metal garden shed I have. When i started to assemble the shed It became very evident that it was missing parts right away because I put the shed floor together and it ended up being three feet short . So I laid out the other parts to see if anything else was missing and sure enough I found that the long rafter supports that this shed needs because it is long were also missing. I called Suncast and they told me they would send me the rafter supports but that I needed to contact Home Depot to get the other three feet of my shed. Home Depot sent out the extra three feet of the shed fairly quickly but Suncast had a delay in sending their portion of the parts. I called them after two weeks and they said they were originally out of the metal and would have to wait for it to come from their suppliers but they had it now and would ship it out. I waited two more weeks and called again. This time they said the parts were returned to them...They could not tell me why. So here I sit with a pile of parts to build a building but a month in now and still do not have all the parts to put them all together. I was looking at it all and need 50 more screws as well but I will buy those locally if I ever get the other parts so that I do not have to hassle with Suncast again. July 29, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Well thought out design. Floor dimensions aren't quite as large as the pad they say to create. The 8x16 shed arrived in 4 boxes, delivery was no problem. Boxes were complete, no parts were missing. The overall shed design appears to have been well thought out. I assembled it almost by myself, I needed help for the last roof panel on the left hand side. That's where you'll run into trouble if your base isn't dead level. Maybe it's going to be difficult, even on a completely level base, because this is where the whole building is drawn together. I couldn't have finished the install without help. The metal reinforcing seem to be sensibly located, I don't think it'll fall down without a fight. I could have lived without the little skylights, they take a lot of time to install and create holes and the potential for leaks in the roof that didn't have to be there. I could have lived with a dark shed interior. The base isn't exactly 196 inches, like the manual says. It's a little smaller. If you're building a platform for the shed, you might want to pull the floor sections out of the boxes and assemble them for an exact size. Overall this shed appears to be a good value. June 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love it! Very Strong, the floor need a solid fundation under it. Follow the instructions and build the framing before anything else and then start the floor, wall and frames and then roof. When it s all put together it is strong.I screwed the floors with the fundation for better stability. Start building the Wall s from left side to right and roof start front right to back and then left front to back. All need to over lap each other. December 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GOOD, STRONG SHED Strong, well made shed. I hired a good handyman to take care of the job for me. First he poured a four inch thick 9'X18.5' concrete slab with gravel and rebar for strength. Let cure 2 days. Then, he put up the shed. He had to stop when Suncast left off 4 support parts. I called Suncast and they shipped the missing parts out the next day. In 4 days I had the parts. Shed was finished. Very little trouble putting it up. I paid $550 for the slab. $400 to the handyman. Worth every penny. Inside it is light and dry. The little skylights work perfectly. A concrete Slab is the way to go. I live in Florida and we have plenty of rain. The slab keeps everything raised and no flodding. So far...1 week I am very pleased with the quality of this product. RHH October 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Shed! Great shed with plenty of room and looks great. Putting the floor and walls together was a very simple and straight forward process, that took about 2 hours. The roof is a different story all together. The right side was fairly simple, but getting the left side to line up was extremely difficult. Had to take almost all the roof supports apart and then put the roof panels on with the supports loose. Once the roof was aligned properly I went back and secured the support pieces. The roof took about 4 hours to assemble. June 25, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Assembly Problems Maybe a shorter Suncast shed would have been better for me. The 16-ft. shed is actually an 8-ft kit, with two extension kits. I'm 72. It took me and my wife several days to put this together. After the boxes were emptied and discarded, the shed parts sat in the sun for several days. The darker parts, the floor and roof panels, warp when left in the sun. The warping made it difficult to assemble. A lot of 'jerry-rigging' and caulking was needed. September 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solid. More work and money than originally thought. After purchasing we found out we needed to build a floor. We followed the directions to make sure warranty would be honored. The materials to build the floor cost almost 300.00, very unexpected. The shed itself was fairly easy to put together and seems solid. We have been through a couple good rainstorms and no leaks yet. Overall happy with purchase. July 16, 2014
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