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US Leisure 10 ft. x 8 ft. Keter Stronghold Resin Storage Shed
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US Leisure

10 ft. x 8 ft. Keter Stronghold Resin Storage Shed

  • Durable resin outdoor shed with steel reinforced construction
  • 540 cu. ft. of added space for all your outdoor storage needs
  • Heavy Duty Floor Panels included
$699.00 /each

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Help provide a quality storage unit for your tools with the Keter Stronghold 10 ft. x 8 ft. Resin Storage Shed. This low-maintenance shed features a high-pitched roof for ample head room. This brown shed also features a heavy duty floor and wide door opening that provides ample room for most riding lawnmowers. The shed also features a full-length skylight for ambient light.

  • Assembled dimension: 120.50 in. W x 96.25 in. D x 98.70 in. H
  • 540 cu. ft. storage capacity provides ample space for your tools
  • Taupe resin walls for low maintenance and durability
  • Cross ventilation supplies air flow through the gable vents and the open able window shutters
  • Full-length skylight provides ambient light inside the shed
  • When installed on a solid flat surface, heavy duty floor allows for lawnmower or yard tractor storage
  • Double doors have an opening of 62 in. allowing storage for large items
  • Plastic shed with steel reinforced construction offers strength to help withstand the elements
  • Pictured shelves are sold separately in stores only (not online) via model # G4C0502SNCKL store SKU # 329359
  • Delivered on a pallet, ready to assemble, lift gate equipped truck
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I have this in light gray with dark gray doors. Can I purchase another in the same color or is tan and brown the only color?

Asked by: Nancy
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, I need more information from you in order to properly address your question. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2015-11-08

DOES THIS SHE'D HAVE SOME SORT OF WARRANTY?

Asked by: Trae33
Just the manufactures warranty.
Answered by: LOVEMUFFIN
Date published: 2016-07-02

Can I return this shed if I installed it then Uninstalled it and then put it back in the box?

Asked by: Brian
You could possibly do that. But it would be an awful tedious task to unassembled and repack with all the original packaging to make it look like you never unpacked it.
Answered by: Macs
Date published: 2016-05-06

Do you install the resin sheds?

Asked by: jsrt
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not offer installation of the Resin Shed. However, you may be able to find a Home Depot recommended installer in your area at redbeacon.com. Please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376 with any additional questions. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDCustomerSupport
Date published: 2015-09-20

Does anyone know how much weight the floor can hold with a wood foundation. Need to store a 650 lb motorcycle in it, Thank you

Asked by: jim
I use mine to store 3 motorcycles, ranging from 400-550ibs. The floor itself has no strength purely what it sits on. Mine is on a concrete pad, if you are using a center stand you need to put a board under that to spread the load. If you make a solid wooden base that can support your bike and then build the shed on top there will be no problem.
Answered by: Nico
Date published: 2016-12-06

Can this shed be relocated...

Im wondering if these sheds (plastic) will hold up to moving, meaning partial tear down to remove Unit and relocate to my next property Then reassemble just as sturdy as before?
Asked by: spock
The shed can be moved section by section, and it is suggested that you keep the roof intact.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-15

What's the easiest way to unsnap the roof panels? Forgot to install wall gable brackets!

Asked by: Frank
It's very hard without breaking skylight tabs. But they are cheap if you need to replave. $10 I would also recommend reinforcing roof if you live in heavy snow area or roof will cave.
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2016-10-29

are there double walls

Asked by: gary
No.
Answered by: George58
Date published: 2015-09-20
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10 ft. x 8 ft. Keter Stronghold Resin Storage Shed is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 644.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy if you live where it snows I live in the NorthEast and bought this from Home Depot. The very first winter I had it the roof caved in. I went to HD and they said I had to contact the manufacturer. I contacted US Leisure and they told me they don't cover issues from snow... Really? I live where it snows. You shouldn't sell them here. They did say I could purchase the replacements parts. No thank you. It will just happen again.
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So, the shed is up... My great neighbor and I tackled the shed-building today and took 5 hours total, of which 45 minutes was drinking water during breaks in the 90 degree weather. Good thing I did not try this on my own. Would have been nearly impossible. Our advice: Read the instructions well; we both didn't see the wall supports and had to take off 4 roof panels to get them in afterward. Roof panels were no problem however, so not too bad of an install. Of course, we did have a nice concrete, level foundation to work on. Will see how this lasts in the California high desert.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I just finished putting this together. It took about 6 hours doing it solo and starting with a f... I just finished putting this together. It took about 6 hours doing it solo and starting with a flat pad already installed. A FLAT pad is much more important in this build than if you were doing from lumber because all the pieces are cast with the holes in just the right spot - ASSUMING a flat base. If you don't have one, my suggestion is that you not start ! I initially had a problem with a missing part but Keter did a PHENOMENAL job of sending me the missing part. I recommend two people but if you are stubborn like me you can do it by yourself , just have straps handy :) The finished product looks good and is very stable.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exactly what we were looking for! We were looking for a good resin shed (because we don't want to have to paint or reseal every year) that came in a kit and that two people could assemble. It is attractive enough and isn't an eyesore in our yard. It went up fairly quickly with two people--about 5 hours. BUT that does not include preparing the slab or foundation prior to assembly. Plan time for that separately and follow the guidance--it must be level for the shed to be installed properly. The guys who put this up for us discovered they had a pocket of air (even after they did all sorts of leveling and tamping with a machine) and had to quickly add more rock to ensure the floor wouldn't crack or cave in. Once they got past that it was smooth sailing with only a few exceptions: 1) There is a small but important part (sky light plug) that goes in the roof to keep water out and you want to make sure you put it on when it tells you to--that almost got missed and would've been a pain to disassemble to install; 2) The guys had a rock foundation that had a piece of treated wood that actually blocked the doors from opening (ugh!)--so they had to trim it back and reseal that piece of wood. Avoid that in advance by just making sure your base is level AND not recessed too far. They also said they should've read the instructions an extra time and inventoried & set out the parts ahead of time so they'd know what they were looking for and it would've saved time. We've had high winds and plenty of rain since assembling and so far so good. We haven't had leakage and it is providing the storage flexibility we were looking for.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth the Money! Was able to put together by myself and it took about 6 to 8 hours. One thing I found difficult was putting on the roof panels. If I had to do again I'd found some help. A word of caution: Do absolutely make sure the foundation or base that this building will rest on is 100% level!!! I placed my building on an older wooden deck that, over the years had started to sag a bit on one side which made it not quite level in one corner and it threw off the rest of the build. Had to dissasimble half the shed to level the deck and start over. I am very happy with this shed and I'd buy another if needed. No leaks, or gaps. Worth the money and time spent putting together.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I don't really know what I can add that the 600+ reviews before me haven't already covered, but I... I don't really know what I can add that the 600+ reviews before me haven't already covered, but I'll try to add some value: - A flat, stable platform is CRITICAL: I was surprised by the variability in reviews on the difficulty of assembling this shed. I assumed that the bad reviews were just people that were rushing though the process. I'm pretty handy, and my dad, who has 50+ years professional experience in fixing stuff, decided to put this together. It took us 3 hours to get 95% complete. Then it took 2 days to finish the last 5%. Somehow, we managed to knock the foundation slightly out of true during assembly while assembling the roof and didn't notice. The last roof panel would -not- go it. We finally got it in place with the help of 3 other people, then found the doors so far off that they wouldn't close. The foundation wasn't massively off - maybe 1/2" over the 10' span - but it screwed up -everything-. Once we corrected that, everything was back to easy-peasy. If you're having trouble with assembly - triple check your foundation. Then check it again. You'll save yourself tons of time and frustration. - It's flimsy: You're not getting a substitute for a wood shed here. It's not sturdy or secure. It -might- keep out a marginally distracted toddler, but any person of reasonable strength could rip the doors off, or kick in a wall with minimal effort. Buy this to keep weather off of stuff, not bad guys away from your stuff. I don't think any plastic shed is really secure, but this one is more flimsy than most. That's probably why this 10x8 shed costs less than other plastic 8x6 sheds. - Customer service is great: I ended up with an incorrect door. Despite being labeled as optional 'right' and 'left' just by flipping them upside down, they really aren't the same. If you can't figure out how to mount the door latches, you probably have the same issue. I gave them a call, was quickly answered by a nice lady who immediately understood my problem and sent the right part. I had it 4 days later and all was good. - It meets my needs: I recently moved to a new house that had a rusty old 8x6 Arrow metal shed that was too short to put yard tools in without laying them across the floor. I wanted more vertical and horizontal space, and didn't want to spend 3 weeks building my own wood shed, or pay a ton to have someone else do it for me. Despite the time lost due to the foundation issues, we still finished this in a weekend and I have a roomy, water tight place to put my yard stuff, at a very reasonable price. It looks pretty good, too. In short, If your expectations are reasonable (it's closer to the 3 Little Piggy's 'House of Straw' than the 'House of Brick') and your foundation level and secure, you're likely to be happy. I imagine there is a huge correlation between the ratings in the review, and the levelness of the foundation. Spend your time there first and you'll likely be happy.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Purchase Great shed. I highly suggest building a base for it. I read these reviews and people said 8 hours to build and some people said 2 days. It took me 3 hours by myself. It would have went faster with 2 people definitally but just make sure you have a step ladder. Very easy with great directions. Took longer to make and level the base. Ive had crazy rain past couple of weeks and absolutly no water. I would definitally recommend this shed.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A great low price shed. I ordered it on line, but when I went to pick it up I saw they had one on... A great low price shed. I ordered it on line, but when I went to pick it up I saw they had one on display and was rather disappointed with it's appearance and quality. However, when I put mine up, it was different and looked much better, I assume it's been updated at some point. I erected mine by myself in about 4-5 hours, it would have been much quicker if I'd had an assistant, and I had to do some things like the roof frame assembly in a different sequence to the instructions, otherwise one person could not do it. Overall for the money I'm very pleased with it. If you are expecting it to be like a Tuff Shed you will be disappointed, but it's sturdy enough for years of use, and keeps the rain and snow out. It was perfect for what I bought it for.
Date published: 2016-12-06
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