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7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed

  • Heavy duty, durable resin providing resistance for all seasons
  • Faster and easier setup; Only requires 1 person to assemble
  • Ideal for storing riding mowers, large lawn equipment, and more
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$64900

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Product Overview

Rubbermaid's 7x7 Storage Shed is made of durable resin that won't rust or rot providing weather resistance all year long. This storage shed is faster and easier to assemble then the previous Rubbermaid 7x7 model, and only requires 1 person to build. This storage shed safely stores large lawn care essentials,sporting equipment, garden tools, bicycles and more.
  • Faster and easier to assemble
  • 1-person assembly
  • 50% more wall strength for durability
  • 33% fewer parts
  • 50% stronger roof to support heavier snowfall
  • 50% more ventilation for improved air flow
  • 180 degree door opening for convenient access to large items
  • Increased light for more visibility

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Floor OptionsWith FloorWith FloorWith FloorWith Floor
FeaturesDoor Latch,Double DoorDoor Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Vents,WindowsDoor Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Shelving,Vents,WindowsDoor Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Vents,Windows
Roof ShapeFlatPeakPeakPeak
Approximate Width (ft.)57810
Approximate Depth (ft.)7768
Assembly RequiredYesYesYesYes
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)
7
Approximate Width (ft.)
7
Assembled Depth (in.)
86.5 in
Assembled Height (in.)
100.5 in
Assembled Width (in.)
85.7 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
51.2 ft²
Door Opening Height (In.)
72.5
Door Opening Width (In.)
61.89
Exact Width x Depth
7 ft 1.7 in x 7 ft 2.5 in
Sidewall Height (in.)
72.45

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
428 cu ft
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Door Type
Double
Features
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Vents,Windows
Floor Options
With Floor
Foundation
Foundation Not Included
Included
Floor
Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)
3
Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for Assembly
Screw Driver, Drill, Combination Wrench, Rubber Mallet, Rachet, Liquid Soap
Maximum Roof Load
15
Maximum Wind Resistance
0
Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble
1
Number of Windows
3
Product Weight (lb.)
323 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Roof Color Family
Black
Roof Material
Plastic
Roof Material
Plastic
Roof Pitch
7:12
Roof Shape
Peak
Shed Type
Plastic
Siding Color Family
Brown/tan
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)
337.6
Style
Traditional

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Years

Questions & Answers

48Questions14Answers

I got this shed a few months ago and the dormer roof peeled back in a storm. Are there better op...

Asked by JE October 22, 2020
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How secure is this shed? Could a guy with a pry bar just bust the door open? We get a lot of ca...

Asked by chomp October 22, 2020
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Can items be stored on the Purlins (S-5) and Collar Tie (S-6)? If so, what is the weight capacity?

Asked by ryan October 21, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! Rubbermaid does not recommend hanging anything from the purlins or collar tie of the 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed.

what are the hooks on WP-2 and RP-2 for?

Asked by Ryan October 21, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! For the 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed the WP-2 goes into the dormer wall and the RP-2 is for the roof. If you need further assistance we have a highly dedicated team of Consumer Service Specialists readily available to assist with your product needs. For replacement parts, please contact Rubbermaid Consumer Service by calling 1-888-895-2110 Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST.

I just received my storage shed yesterday but I didn't get the screws with it

Asked by Rose October 17, 2020
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We regret our product has not met your expectations. For assistance and warranty information, please contact the Rubbermaid Consumer Care at 888-895-2110, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday.

Does it have a floor?

Asked by HiDesertRose October 16, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! The floor is included with the Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed. Rubbermaid recommends building on a solid wood or concrete foundation.

Whats size box does this shed come in? Will it fit in a regular suv?

Asked by Box October 16, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! The carton dimensions for the Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed are" 45.5" W x 16" H x 88.5" L.

How heavy is this shed? Is it possible I could move it to a new location after it is fully assem...

Asked by jake October 14, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! We do not recommend moving the Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed once fully assembled.

whats the difference between this one and the big max? apart from the look?

Asked by mari October 13, 2020
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Thank you for you interest in our products! The difference between the Rubbermaid Big Max and 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed is the 7 x 7 shed is faster and easier to assemble, it only requires 1-person assembly, 50% more wall strength for durability, 33% fewer parts, 50% stronger roof to support heavier snowfall, 50% more ventilation for improved air flow, 180 degree door opening for convenient access to large items, and increased light for more visibility.

How do you attach the floor to concrete pavers?

Asked by Jason October 13, 2020
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Thank you for your interest in our products! Rubbermaid recommends building the 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed on a solid wood or concrete foundation. The shed can be anchored to either one of these type bases (using the appropriate screws) through the floor indentations in order to keep the shed level and square.

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Customer Reviews

  • 27 Customer Reviews
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars overall
78% of customers recommended.
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This month I set up the RUBBERMAID 7 FT. X 7 FT. Storage shed. Overall. I am very happy with this...
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This month I set up the RUBBERMAID 7 FT. X 7 FT. Storage shed. Overall. I am very happy with this, as it really is a good size for the bulk of my yard equipment. Here is my experience setting it up: Bottom line up front: One person CAN build this in a day with very basic tools. You WILL need to buy more than just the shed. The effort IS worth it. First, you will need to prepare a foundation, as the floor that comes with the shed is not anything you want to just place on bare ground. Many sites recommend packed gravel, concrete, or a framed subfloor with treated plywood (which is what I did). The picture doesn't show it, but I opted for boards at 16" on center. The instructions that come with the shed do not cover the flooring, or anchoring the shed so it doesn't blow away... you'll have to figure that out on your own. I probably spent about half the day prepping the pad before I ever pulled the shed out of the box. For me, it cost roughly an additional $200 in materials to prep the area for the shed. Once the flooring is ready, though, assembly is fairly straight forward. The instructions lack guidance on securing the flooring, but the pre-drilled holes around the perimeter are pretty simple to find. Use 2-3" exterior screws for this, as it will be responsible for keeping your shed in place when empty. Assembly of the walls can be tricky if it is windy... aka. Do NOT attempt this on a windy day! Each panel is hollow core plastic, fairly large and very light... a strong gust of wind and it becomes a kite... Aside from that everything literally snaps together. The provided hardware fits the walls well, and does a good job of adding quite a bit of rigidity to the structure. The roof kit is built and assembled in much the same way, however the fit of the hardware to the roof decking itself was not as accurate as it was with the walls. On several of the roofing anchors I found myself having to modify the metal braces because the holes just did not line up with the anchors at all. But again, a few seconds with a 1/16" drill bit and the problem is quickly solved. The door kit went together well, but, at least on mine, was not a great fit, overall, as the doors interfere with one another. The downside to the doors is that there is no method to adjust them at all once hung. They use a combination of pressure fit and a 'bump' on the floor to keep the one door closed. The other door secures using a set of toggle bolts that work perfectly. In the end, I think I will wind up having to modify the doors a bit... but for now, they open and they close, and as long as I have a lock or clip on the latch, they stay closed. For assembly time, I probably spent about 4 hours assembling the shed, and 6ish hours prepping the pad and flooring prior. For assembly of the shed, I wound up using only a hammer, a power drill, a 1/6" drill bit, a Phillips screwdriver as an alignment tool, and 2x 7/16 box wrenches. The instructions (while lacking some "before you start" information) are actually very good. The pictures make it very clear the parts that will be used in each step, and how each assembly goes together. The pictures are large, clear, and easy to understand. I did wind up with a shocking number of "spare screws" of different sizes. I went back and checked to make sure I didn't miss any steps in the assembly guide, twice, and then had my wife check... I might have expected 1 or 2, but I had well over a dozen. Once complete, the shed is very sturdy. I am extremely pleased with how much interior room there is, and that a full size zero turn mower can be parked inside with enough room for additional yard equipment. Overall, I really like this shed and hope it will last for many years to come. It looks sharp, is much sturdier than the individual parts suggest, and seems like it will be easy to clean and maintain. Upgrades I would recommend: 1. Some kind of solar powered LED light for the interior. Even though this unit HAS windows, they don't do much. Having a small interior light will make it much easier in the long run. 2. Some kind of adjustment for aligning the doors. 3. Better handles for the doors. While everything else feels well engineered, the door handles feel like a flimsy, somewhat underfinished afterthought. 4. Better ventilation. The shed does have built in ventilation near the top of the roof. However, the smell of lawn mower gets fairly powerful in there, so either widening the stock vents a bit, or maybe adding a roof vent will likely be in my future. Maybe even a solar driven vent fan or something to draw the fumes out. In addition, I will likely add some tight mesh over the vents to help keep the wasps out of the shed. 5. Solar powered battery tender, or similar to keep the yard equipment charged with. 6. Shelving. It looks like the walls were designed to support some kind of shelving, or hooks. I would like to investigate just what can be attached to the walls to maximize storage, without causing the wall to bend or deform.
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Overall this is a great shed. There are a few things to note before you begin to assemble: 1. Y...
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Overall this is a great shed. There are a few things to note before you begin to assemble: 1. You need a level foundation of some kind, NOT JUST THE GROUND. 2. If you are a petite woman, you can't build it alone (2 people are best) and if you're a guy, you'll need at least 1 ladder and 1 stepstool in addition to tools. It will take several hours. Start in the morning. 3. Unless you're used to building things from pictures, GO OVER THE LINE DRAWINGS to understand what you're supposed to do. I build LEGO on the expert level and still had to figure out some stuff. Also be aware that it weighs 330 lbs. and the box is HUGE, but strong weather can knock it over because it isn't grounded in any way. We anchored it down with straps (after the photos) because we get lots of high-wind storms in our area.
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Assembly is a pain but good quality parts
Took me and my son a total of 8 hours across two days. I am quiet handy with tools and have assembled a lot of complex furniture pieces, so I thought I could take it on. The issue was that the fitting of the parts was not as straightforward. At the end of the day required a lot of huffing and puffing and liberal use of hammer (do not be afraid of hammering down when pieces would not snap). That's the validation on the quality...hammering did not damage the parts. Getting some parts together was ultimate pain, e.g. the beam that goes on the front side on top of the door frame. Also please make sure you have a good/stable ladder and the grounds around the foundation are plane/stable as you will need to at multiple times climb on the ladder from the outside, specially when trying to put the roof parts together. My local contractor gave me an estimate of $500 to put this together for me because of which I decided to do it on my own. But if you can get the help do get it, else it can be a very painful (physically/mentally both) and frustrating experience. Now that everything is put together the doors are a bit off, need to figure that out. Maybe some more hammering required :-)
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The shed was very easy to put together. Everything fit very well.
The shed was very easy to put together. Everything fit very well.
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Good shed/ good assembly
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With all the reviews saying this shed was hard to put together I found it went together pretty easy. Read instructions first Go through all parts make sure they are all there Follow the directions You may need a little help when snapping the roof in but it could be done alone Don’t believe the negative reviews just dummies with no skill and common sense Great shed Con Only picture instructions/ no written Window stickers were hard to peel off
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One person can do it
As a 71 year old male, this shed took me about 5 hours (with breaks) to fully assemble in 90 degree heat. Packaged well, manufactured well, and priced well. You should really read and understand the instructions fully before trying to assemble. Only 3 issues popped up. One being for doors to close properly, be sure you have a level base (mine was on a slightly sloping pavers area making the right door not close without a little kick at the bottom to help it over the threshold). Two. I spent far too much time removing the adhesive paper off the two sides of the three window panes than assembling the 6 major wall panels. And thirdly, the first roof panel which slides on and locks in place on the walls before you attach the major supporting steel bar across the front of shed both took extra effort with lots of wiggling and cursing. Again the unit needs a level base to make the wall and roof assembly tight and pain free. Handsome, with the right amount of storage space, and all at a great price point.
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terrible product
some pieces were warped did not fit together. directions were nearly impossible. would have liked a worded instruction not just illustrations. it was not easy to put up. ended up taking it apart and giving it away. very expensive loss.
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Response from RubbermaidOctober 21, 2020
We appreciate you taking the time to review the Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed. We regret to hear that you had a negative experience with your product. We strive to uphold the quality our consumers expect. If you would like to address your concerns with a Customer Service Representative, please contact 1-888-895-2110, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday and we can assist you. Rubbermaid
Beware of wind when assembling.
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This shed was delivered yesterday, and I started assembling it yesterday. I got the three sides and the roof cross beams assembled and then stopped assembling the shed due to darkness. This morning a 10-15 MPH wind gust blew down the shed, wrecking several of the pieces beyond repair. Nowhere in the instructions does it say do not assemble when there are 10-15 MPH winds. I question whether this shed would survive any significant wind gusts, even when fully assembled. Also, many of the assembly holes in the pieces of the shed were not fully punched open. This made aligning the shed pieces properly difficult.
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We appreciate you taking the time to review the Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed. We regret to hear that you had a negative experience with your product. We strive to uphold the quality our consumers expect. If you would like to address your concerns with a Customer Service Representative, please contact 1-888-895-2110, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm EST, Monday through Friday and we can assist you. Rubbermaid
Easy assembly, nice shed... but there's more.
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Easy to assemble, the instructions are fairly easy to follow. Nice shed, and would certainly benefit from a concrete pad or other base. My not-so-even location probably played into some of the parts not fitting so smoothly, but a moment of assistance here and there went a long way. Mostly a solo-build, but a hand is required for 3 or 4 steps. Took me about 4 hours from a sealed cardboard box to a completed shed. Some of the steps seems to be out-of-order - like the sides of the window gable should be attached to the window panel first... The u-shaped pegs make assembly of the walls a breeze, but they do permit a gap between the side panels. Some of the slots the hardware for the roof slide into, don't really have enough meat on them. Last, about those L-shaped pegs, they suck. They're a hassle to get them into place, and then the "retainers" don't hold them at all. Make it all screws. Everyone has a screw gun nowadays. Using some L-pegs could help to hold pieces together temporarily during assembly. all in all, 4 stars from me. Definitely recommend it.
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Good for the Money.
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Overall this is a Great shed. I assembled by myself and it took 6 hours. Issues : the paper on the glass (step 19) is very hard to get off on a couple of them. The roof pins RP-1 ( section 21) are a joke. They would not snap and hold in place. Roof required me to install 10 angle brackets. Page 27 installing the S-5 by myself was a task. You can't be on both ends at the same time. All the metal pieces were made quite well. Page 33 installing the S-1 was very hard. The u-bolts would not go easily thru the holes and when you pushed, the u-bolt would back up and the roof K would fall to the ground. Page 36 instruction 17 show you need only 1 RP-2, but you need two. Same with RP-4., RP-5 . Can anyone tell me what the curved part of the RP-2 and WP-2 is for ? The doors were fine, just a little lopsided. I give it a B+. thanks
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