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

$699.00 /each
  • 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

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Product Overview

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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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.) 
Approximate Width (ft.) 
10 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
96.25 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
98.7 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
120.5 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
72 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
62 
Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Exact Width x Depth 
10 ft 0.5 in x 8 ft 0.25 in 
Sidewall Height (in.) 
72 

Details

Assembly Required 
Yes 
Color Family 
Browns / Tans 
Floor Options 
With Floor 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
15.0 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
35 
Number of Doors 
Number of Windows 
Product Weight (lb.) 
400 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roof Color Family 
Black 
Roof Pitch 
6 12 
Shed Door Type 
Double 
Shed Features 
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door 
Siding Color Family 
Brown/tan 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
640 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
10 LIMITED WARRANTY 

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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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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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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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If the doors are closed but not padlocked/locked, can you open from inside?

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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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June 3, 2016
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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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How easy would this shed be to take apart and move to another property? Also, how critter proof is it (snakes, mice)??

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With regards to moving it, probably not too easy to do. The roof part especially is not coming apart without possible damage.
As far as critter proof, the bottom and sides are pretty tight, can't see much getting in there other than bugs , spiders and such. The roof line however where it meets the side walls has a big gap. I used some large foam from the weatherproofing department and stuffed it in all
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With regards to moving it, probably not too easy to do. The roof part especially is not coming apart without possible damage.
As far as critter proof, the bottom and sides are pretty tight, can't see much getting in there other than bugs , spiders and such. The roof line however where it meets the side walls has a big gap. I used some large foam from the weatherproofing department and stuffed it in all the openings. Works pretty well.
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May 3, 2016
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If you feel confident assembling the shed & keep the assembly instructions then I see no reason why you couldn't disassemble it in reverse order & re-assemble it elsewhere, provided you re-assemble it on a flat & level surface. The shed is basically held together with a bunch of long plastic type screws, & a minimal amount of hardware. Regarding critters, once properly assembled, there are no spaces wide Read More
If you feel confident assembling the shed & keep the assembly instructions then I see no reason why you couldn't disassemble it in reverse order & re-assemble it elsewhere, provided you re-assemble it on a flat & level surface. The shed is basically held together with a bunch of long plastic type screws, & a minimal amount of hardware. Regarding critters, once properly assembled, there are no spaces wide enough for critters to enter. Since the shed is almost totally resin plastic (except roof braces & shelf vertical supports) it's possible that mice/rats could chew a hole through it? Read Less
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May 2, 2016
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Shed would easily come apart. I would say it is pretty "critter proof". Only problem would be the doors. If it is not put up on a level surface (and I do mean level, very important for this shed)the doors will not be square and would leave gaps around the doors
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Based on how I put it together, it shouldn't be an big issue to take down and rebuild. As far as critters go, it has no openings for them to enter through if put together properly. I've had no issues so far and it's been up about a year.
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Once you have put it together once it would be fairly easy to redo. Took me 2 days the 1st time, but I could have redone it in a few hours once I knew what Is was doing.
Nothing that does not easily unscrew for take down. Most of the work the 2nd time would be making a new base again.
The bottom is pretty tight to I have had no critters over past 2 years. The front door is the weak spot for that so you
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Once you have put it together once it would be fairly easy to redo. Took me 2 days the 1st time, but I could have redone it in a few hours once I knew what Is was doing.
Nothing that does not easily unscrew for take down. Most of the work the 2nd time would be making a new base again.
The bottom is pretty tight to I have had no critters over past 2 years. The front door is the weak spot for that so you might need to spray a few times for discouragement. Bugs can get in through the roof connection(under eaves not water) but I have not seen any that wanted to.
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May 1, 2016
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It went together easy, except for the roof, so it should be able to come apart easy. Better keep the roof in one piece though.
Snakes eat the mice so what evers is your preference.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 487 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love This Shed Got it on Sunday July 3 night started first thing 4th of July 2016. Took about 6 hours. It went fairly well! You really do need a flat surface to bulid it on. Dug holes to fit my flat cinder blocks. Placed my strel stud frame on rhe cinderblocks got it all level and built it up. Snapped into place nicely. Yiu really will need a rubber mallet for the inside corner locks. The interior frame for the roof is awesome it even has slits for shelving. It really is a highly thought out amd designed shed. I think everyone that has problems with assembly, didnt start off with a level surface! July 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Keter Stronghold 10x8 shed First time ever building one of these sheds. Loaded all 3 boxes in a small pickup. Spent about 6 hours building and leveling a base/platform out of pressure treated plywood, 4x4's, 2x4's, pea gravel and stepping stones. Not hard, just takes time. Level is the key. Then about 5 hours to put the shed together. Some pieces fit very tight and required the rubber head mallet--perfect tool. All required parts were in the boxes. Get a step stool to help with the roof parts. A second person is very helpful--my wife definitely helped although she's very small. I didn't like having only 4 screws in the corners so I added 12 more with big washers all around the perimeter. Hope it lasts a long time. Seems pretty sturdy once everything is assembled. Nobody got hurt. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome shed Took me myself & I to assemble it, and about 4 hrs. sturdy & a good price for the size also love the sky light. I"ve been looking for a shed for about 5 years then I saw this one Just had to get it. perfect size for my Harley with room for other things. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Resin Shed This shed is a bargain. I have been shopping sheds for about three months and decided on this one and I'm glad I did. You won't find a 8 X 10 resin shed anywhere else for this price and I did get my veterans discount as well.I constructed the floor with treated 2 X 4s and 1/2 in plywood a week before the shed. Leveling is a must. It took four of us about four hours to assemble. It's very well made and the parts went together extremely easy. I put my Cub Cadet tractor with a 46" deck in it with ease. We'll have to see how well it holds up after a hard winter, but I feel confident it will do just fine. You won't go wrong with this shed. Thanks Home Depot! July 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by NOT just Snap & click, and not easy to assemble Need to allign VERY precissley, which is not easy with large pieces. The floor was a real pain as the explination of a 45 fegree angle to slide and click the pieces was not easy and took serious leaning and bending by 2 people to get it in. When we finally got to the roof it was croocked and we had to redo it and one piece just snapped and cracked. How does a product with 'precise' holes and notches come out crooked? Did the designers ever try to assemble it? Also, many holes had to be re-punctured since they were not finished properly. If it wasn't so big and heavy I would have returned it. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Shed It did not take me too long to assemble the shed. I appreciate the amount of metal in the structure. I think that will help this shed stay together for years to come. There is no way that I could of bought lumber, siding, shingles, hinges and paint for this price. Nor could I of put together a wooden building in the same amount of time. The time savings alone were worth the price and its actually made in the USA! Overall a quality product and well worth the money! July 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unhappy Customer This shed is flimsy and not made very well. The door hinge assembly is the worst I've ever seen. The doors and door locks could be ripped off the hinges by an infant. The whole shed is a disappointment and a waste of money. I had to buy more materials to make it sturdy. Very poor product for $700. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great shed, great customer service! We bought this shed along with a variety of things for projects this summer. This was one of the last things to put together. We had a major item missing and a door with small damage we didnt see that probably happened in the store. I called customer service on 2 occasions and they sent out my missing part and replacement door quickly! This shed is beautiful, lots of room and maintenance free. It did take 2 people to put up but is well worth it! Love the shed and love customer service! July 9, 2016
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