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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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What are the unassembled dementions? Will it fit in an SUV?

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June 11, 2016
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It comes 3 boxes and I put them in a 2003 Jeep Liberty without the pallet. Had to leave the back door open. Tied everything down safely. The sales girl was a big help. Drove home 15 miles.
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Poconos PA
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April 3, 2016
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Rent their truck, its only $25 and some gas, why take a chance having an accident- I had the whole shed, the PT wood for the foundation, and a TON of pellets- all in 1 trip.
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October 26, 2015
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yes i order it to store and i come to pick up with with a toyota sienna xle.. the delivery guy told me to rent a truck it will not fit i told him lets try..... and we try it was enough space..
so i guess in a suv it will be pretty good
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October 4, 2015
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Just bought the 10x8 and figured I'd need delivery or a truck rental. But I measured the three-box pallet and it turns out I could get it in my Subaru Forester in two loads. (The three boxes were less than an inch too tall to fit them all.) I live a few minutes' drive from the Home Depot so it was easy to leave one box at the Garden Center and pick it up a few minutes later.
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Just bought the 10x8 and figured I'd need delivery or a truck rental. But I measured the three-box pallet and it turns out I could get it in my Subaru Forester in two loads. (The three boxes were less than an inch too tall to fit them all.) I live a few minutes' drive from the Home Depot so it was easy to leave one box at the Garden Center and pick it up a few minutes later.
The dimensions, width and height, are W: 35 H: 29 L: 77 ... The height can be lowered by breaking up the three boxes. Read Less
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SF Bay Area, CA
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October 2, 2015
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Yes, it fit in my Chevy Trailblazer, although hanging out the back.
The stack of 3 boxes is 6'5" long x 3' wide x 2'8" high.
You can measure the back of your vehicle to make sure.
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Patchogue, NY
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September 19, 2015
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Yes. It came in 3 boxes. All three fit in my Jeep Grand Cherokee. The top box was tight, but managed to get it in.
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August 28, 2015
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I put it in a minivan
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Howell, NJ
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August 9, 2015
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Definitely not. The 3 cartons are too big and heavy. I rented the home depot truck for $19.00. Worth every dollar.
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August 9, 2015
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Yes, 1 will fit in your SUV. It comes in 3 packages, strapped together.
When u get home, u can cut the strap and unload them 1 by 1.
Total weight is 400#, so each one is about 133#.
The one on the bottom is the heaviest as it has all the hardware, and steel parts.
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August 9, 2015
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I put it in a minivan, but mine probably had more room than an SUV. I had them measure it in the store to make sure. As I recall the with of the boxes was 36, and the length was 6 feet. I had the guys at HD unwrap it from the pallet to decrease height and weight than stack the 3 boxes in no problem. You should check your SUV dimensions.
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Is it worth 800$

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I need a shed but is this one worth the money> I have other Keter products that I like but is this shed worth it...I live in Michigan by the way
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October 16, 2016
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It's a piece of junk. Doesn't go together easy where the hinges are suppose to snap in. The roof doesn't fold over right. The plastic round inserts are loose and slide down leaving a space for bugs to get in. DO NOT BUY IT!!
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October 10, 2016
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I would say yes, but you will get what you pay for. The drawbacks are that (1) you have to build a separate base (I used 1'x1'x1" cinder blocks and treated plywood that cost about $75) and (2) the ground has to be PERFECTLY level or the shed flexes and the doors have trouble closing. That said the shed is sturdy and just made it through a Florida tropical storm without a hint of a leak. It has windows to Read More
I would say yes, but you will get what you pay for. The drawbacks are that (1) you have to build a separate base (I used 1'x1'x1" cinder blocks and treated plywood that cost about $75) and (2) the ground has to be PERFECTLY level or the shed flexes and the doors have trouble closing. That said the shed is sturdy and just made it through a Florida tropical storm without a hint of a leak. It has windows to let the breeze in. It took me and my wife about 3 hours to build. It looks good and will be easy to maintain with it being plastic. I paid $649 and think it was worth every penny. Read Less
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March 26, 2016
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It's not as robust as a plywood and 2x4 shed, it's just vinyl the same as those tough sterilite storage bins. But everything is holding up great on mine. And it would be easy to breakdown and move elsewhere on my yard or if I moved... Can't do that with a plywood shed can you?
Oh and I bought mine on sale
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November 27, 2015
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im in Alaskan and it handles over a ft of snow and 90 mph winds, if you know how to assemble it then its a great shed. Read the manual, it helps. that's why its there
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September 30, 2015
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No. This is overpriced for a flimsy plastic shed. $500 or less is OK. This price must have factored in the shipping/freight cost since they came in 3 big oversize boxes.
Initially, I thought it'd be cheaper and faster to buy this shed than building one from 2"x4" and ply woods but I was wrong. The base it came with was thin black plastic that I had to built the base using pressure treated plywood and Read More
No. This is overpriced for a flimsy plastic shed. $500 or less is OK. This price must have factored in the shipping/freight cost since they came in 3 big oversize boxes.
Initially, I thought it'd be cheaper and faster to buy this shed than building one from 2"x4" and ply woods but I was wrong. The base it came with was thin black plastic that I had to built the base using pressure treated plywood and 2"x4" which cost me another $120.
If you're handy, build your own shed. It's much sturdier for the same price or cheaper if you don't use expensive shingles and sidings, just OSB or plywood and paint them over.
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August 28, 2015
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Not worth the price. It is flimsy. It won't handle the snow and wind.
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No, it is overpriced and not very sturdy.
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NO, BETTER CHOICES FOR THE MONEY. ROOF IS NOT STURDY.
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August 27, 2015
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I'm very comfortable with having spent $800 on this shed. I can dismantle it when I move and it's currently providing a great storage solution.
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Is the shed watertight?

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Putting items in shed that need to stay dry.
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west bend wi.
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August 9, 2016
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YES IT IS WATERTIGHT. SINCE putting it upand together, we have had 2 rains and it was dry inside.
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August 8, 2016
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Yes, if you follow directions step by step. I had this shed 1 year no leaks that I noticed, also had snow on the roof past winter.
I bought the 7x7 Suncast shed 2 years ago, its smaller but a better built shed- better door lock- very solid and tight- I keep my expensive stuff in that shed-fits a riding mower and snow blower with room to spare.
Good Luck.
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Yes, as long as it is assembled properly.
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August 7, 2016
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I've had my shed for one year now and it's kept all of my items dry. I live in Wisconsin.
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Patchogue, NY
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August 7, 2016
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It is if it's done right. I've had my shed up for over a year with no water getting in.
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Troy NY
August 7, 2016
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It's supposed to be, but I have a small leak and can't figure out where it is. I store all my stuff in Rubbermaid containers so it hasn't hurt anything.
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If the doors are closed but not padlocked/locked, can you open from inside?

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Kettering Ohio
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June 4, 2016
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Unfortunately you cannot open the door from the inside if it gets closed and the outside handle gets turned to the closed position. I've had my shed for a year now, hopefully they have improved on this mistake.
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Yes. There's no latch on the outside that holds the doors shut.
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Not with the latch provided. You have to lift it up from the outside.
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June 3, 2016
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There is no mechanism on the inside (handle/knob/lever) to open the doors from the inside. Not to worry though, if you somehow got locked inside you could easily get out! This whole shed is plastic/resin & is very easy to get out of or into. A lock on the door simply keeps honest people out! This shed is not burglar proof at all!
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June 3, 2016
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Yes, you can open this from the inside.
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Yes you can because you really can't close them completely from the inside
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 559 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good shed for the $$$ Have an exacto knife handy the molds need to be trimmed. Instructions are easy to read. Open the boxes and do a good inventory. I did this my myself and only has part was building a level surface for the shed to sit on. September 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by so far so good We just put it together today, looks good. It was two of us and it took us about 5 hours with building a wood base. Instruction is very clear. We got extra help with finishing the roof, i would recommend an extra person, its kind of tricky to snap the roof panels to the sky light. Going to add couple anchors to the floor. We live in new orleans, so weather get pretty bad here. So will see. So far pleased with this shed. August 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sturdier and More Durable than expected The shed was easily assembled in most parts by two people, with four people working to install the roof. We installed the shed on a level portion of an asphalt driveway, and did not anchor the base to the ground. That night we experienced 60-80 mph winds with no damage or adverse effect to the still empty shed. We are pleased and more than a little surprised. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very decent storage shed We put this together in an afternoon. It requires a nice big place for staging. We created a foundation using pavers. Mostly flat - required shimming to square things up. Some of the picture instructions were confusing, but we figured it out. Very happy with the capacity of the shed. Seems to be tight enough to keep the weather out. September 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice shed! We wanted to be able to hold "garage sales", but we don't have a garage. I needed something that will protect our sale items from the elements, while being easy to open up for daily business and close down again at night. I am an experienced carpenter and I could have built a shed from scratch; but I'm also a single mom of four and didn't have to time to build from scratch. So I searched for a reasonably priced shed kit that would be easy to put together. This shed fit the bill perfectly. I spent about half a day leveling a spot for it, and building a basic wood deck for it to go on. The next day, three of my kids, ages 7 to 15, helped me put the shed itself together. It went like clockwork, and we had it done in less than 5 hours! The instructions were easy to follow. The shed pieces are lightweight, and easy for even kids to handle. The kids would hold the panels in place, while I screwed them together. The kids could even help with putting on the roof panels. There were a few very minor issues, such as having to cut out bits of plastic that was covering some of the openings for screws, etc. But that was simple to remedy. We also came up one short on the smaller screws and had an extra of the longest screws---but I just went and got a replacement screw for a few cents. The shed looks awesome in our yard. We love the skylight and the windows that open to let air thru. It has rained heavily, and there are NO leaks at all (just shut the windows to keep rain from blowing in if it's windy). The 8x10 size is adequate for our needs. In future we can use it for storage if we want to (instead of for garage sales). My son thinks it would be fun to set it up as his own private hang-out. July 25, 2016
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