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Tremont 7 ft. 1-3/4 in. x 8 ft. 4-1/2 in. Resin Storage Shed

  • Dry outdoor storage for long handled tools, ladders, and bikes
  • Sturdy reinforced floor with traction strips to support tractors
  • Durable steel-reinforced vented double wall resin construction
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Number of People Needed for Install
Number of Hours Required for Install
Tools Needed Header
Screwdriver
Mallet
Wrench
Socket Set
Square
Flash Light
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Bring dependable organization to your outdoor area with the Suncast 8' x 7' Heavy-Duty Resin Tremont Storage Shed. With 378 cu. ft. of storage, this roomy shed has plenty of space to accommodate all of your gardening tools, bicycles, lawn mowers, and other outdoor equipment. This unique outdoor garden shed features 4 skylights and windows on the doors that provide natural light in the interior of the shed to provide safety while you work. Sturdy double doors with metal hinges allow you to access your items easily, and are pad-lockable using the metal hasp to keep your contents safe and secure (lock not included). The reinforced, multi-wall resin panel construction provides additional strength and stability to the unit to withstand the elements and look great in your yard all year long, and the reinforced roof can hold up in any weather. The Suncast 8' x 7' Heavy-Duty Resin Tremont Storage Shed measures 100.5" x 85.75" x 103" to provide versatile storage without taking up too much space. Suncast takes pride in helping customers enhance their indoor and outdoor spaces with quality products that are stylishly designed. You take pride in creating a beautiful environment. We take pride in keeping it that way.
  • OUTDOOR STORAGE SHED: Provides versatile 378 cubic feet of versatile storage for your lawn tools, tools, bikes, and more
  • DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Reinforced floor and wall panels are built to last with a resin material that won't fade or decay
  • PROVIDES NATURAL LIGHT: 4 skylights and built-in windows provide natural light for a safer working space
  • PAD-LOCKABLE DOORS: Locking system keeps contents safe and secure (padlock not included)
  • IDEAL SIZE: Measures 100.5" x 85.75" x 103" to provide versatile storage without taking up too much space
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)
7
Approximate Width (ft.)
8
Assembled Depth (in.)
85.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
103 in
Assembled Width (in.)
100.5 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
55.9 ft²
Door Opening Height (In.)
72
Door Opening Width (In.)
60
Exact Width x Depth
8 ft 4.5 in x 7 ft 1.75 in
Sidewall Height (in.)
73.5

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
378 cu ft
Color Family
Beige / Cream
Door Type
Double
Features
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Shelving,Vents,Windows
Floor Options
With Floor
Foundation
Foundation Not Included
Included
Floor
Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)
3
Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for Assembly
Safety glasses, Phillips screw driver, Mallet, Socket Wrench 7/16", wrench, Square, Flash
Maximum Roof Load
20
Maximum Wind Resistance
65
Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble
3
Number of Windows
2
Product Weight (lb.)
390
Returnable
90-Day
Roof Color Family
Brown
Roof Material
Plastic
Roof Material
Plastic
Roof Pitch
7:12
Roof Shape
Peak
Shed Type
Plastic
Siding Color Family
Beige/Bisque
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)
378
Style
Traditional
Style
Cottage

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Your SUNCAST® Building, Shed or Gazebo has a TEN YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY against product failure resulting from defects in manufacturing or materials. The warranty period starts on the delivery date. Incidental and consequential damages are not covered.

Questions & Answers

103Questions32Answers

will this leak if it rains heavily and why is the wind resistance low? I need a shed for some el...

Asked by prestochango December 15, 2020
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have had one for three years, installed at Jersey shore. No leaks, anchored to deck and no issues with wind. takes a little while to set up, but for the price, it is a good shed.

Is it possible for someone to assemble it .

Asked by Chuy December 1, 2020
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Yes, myself and two others assembled it. It did take more than the 3 hours but, it can really be done with 2 people. We took a break and ate in between. FYI.

how wide is the door?

Asked by dave November 9, 2020
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The door opening for the BMS8700 : 60 in. W x 72 in. H

Would this fit in a mini van to pick it up?

Asked by dvg November 1, 2020
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The boxes (2) are very large and heavy (total weight is 350 lbs.)

What is the price for installation?

Asked by Murray October 24, 2020
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Installation prices vary, please consult your local Home Depot for more detailed information .

Where can i get the instructions for this item my I didn’t have one

Asked by Jaime July 23, 2020
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Try their Web site https://www.suncast.com/bms8400.html

What is the shipping demension of the container it comes in ?

Asked by Arthur June 6, 2020
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about 7x8

Can you fit a 4 seater golf cart in this?

Asked by James May 26, 2020
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I think so. We fit our lawn mower 4 bikes and kids electric powered Jeep

The size of this shed is stated as 7 ft. 1-3/4 in. x 8 ft. 4-1/2 in. but the installation guide...

Asked by Shedbuilder May 16, 2020
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If I recall correctly the dimensions of the shed include the roof overhang. My husband ran into the same problem. He had to make the foundation smaller.

Does the manufacturer provide a method to anchor this to the ground?

Asked by Pat January 23, 2020
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I made a 2x6 wood frame cause I am in a area that has a slap so I had to level it out

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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Love it, Very easy to assemble and has survived through...
Love it, Very easy to assemble and has survived through two super strong winded storms this far.
by Bassyb
Response from SuncastSupportDec 17, 2020
Thank you for your recent review of your Suncast BMS8700. Here at Suncast, we value your feedback and appreciate your honesty. We are happy to hear you are pleased with your Suncast product. We look forward to serving you in the near future. Suncast
Astonishing 71 year old woman builds shed.
I was intimidated at first but pressed on and followed the instructions to the letter. Great product and I trust the Suncast Brand . Using my muffin pans really helped to keep the nuts and bolts right where I could find them . Even though my shed has a pinched corner from the shipping strap I was able to use a putty knife to slide it together. Also used two ladders when putting on the roof , the ladder held the trusses and the roof pieces so I could pull them up while on my ladder. It took me about 5 Hrs to complete and I buried conduit with heavy extension cord to bring light into my shed . The hardware bag was missing but I went to Home Depot with my manual and they pulled everything I needed with no charge to me. I love my new shed , great purchase !
by PensacolaGirl
Like the design, and seems solid once assembled. Had to make some adjustments to make it all fit...
Like the design, and seems solid once assembled. Had to make some adjustments to make it all fit: 1. One of the metal beams was too long so had to shorten it with a Dremel tool. 2. Had to make two adjustments for the door handles to fit, again dremel and a drill. 3. The doors don't fit flush, but they close. Took about 7 hours to assemble (including adjustments) Some of the drawings in the instructions are a bit too small and hard to read.
by DYI
4 people found this helpful
Positives: - Shed is sturdy enough (used caulking in the various exterior seams to further weath...
Positives: - Shed is sturdy enough (used caulking in the various exterior seams to further weatherproof it). - Except for the 2 floor sections (explained below and shown in the photo), the larger major parts fit together snugly and firmly. - No gaps in the front doors to easily allow entry of water/dirt/insects (a common problem for some sheds). - Instructions were relatively easy to follow, a single person is able to perform the entire construction. Negatives: - Shipment was missing the truss bracket, so work had to be halted in the middle of construction. Had also ordered the 8x10 shed (#8100) and that too was MISSING THE SAME PART ! - It took forever (over 2 WEEKS) for Suncast to ship those missing parts. In the meantime, the unfinished shed was exposed to the sun, which caused the 2 floor sections to separate and create a wide gap down the middle (the foundation for the shed is a concrete slab). The Suncast product team needs to improve on how those 2 floor sections are connected because the small screws don't seem to be very secure, even before the prolonged sun exposure had occurred. - There were a few places where the screws didn't penetrate easily (metal-to-metal connections) or didn't grip tightly as expected (plastic-to-plastic connections). - The Suncast product team needs to improve on the quality of the 2 gable vents, such as providing parts with the screen framed by plastic that can then be screwed onto the gable, as opposed to just the flimsy screen with holes punched in it for screwing directly to the gable. - The Suncast product team should consider providing tinted windows or optional film for the doors to reduce heat/sunlight damage to the shed interior (our shed faces the south).
by SunburntButOK
1 person found this helpful
This shed comes pretty much as advertised. Pretty long set up, but once done, good to go. Only th...
This shed comes pretty much as advertised. Pretty long set up, but once done, good to go. Only thing I'm not stoked about is the lack of shelving or lack of design that went into planning for shelves. Let's face it... if you are buying a shed, then you are looking to store stuff. So why not make it easy, by planning this into the design and/or its supporting structures? I mean, even the support bars that exist have holes that would have been a lot more useful if they just made them a bit more accessible for hooks and such. I don't care if they are even sold separately... and some actually are... but they are just a joke... just sort of an afterthought by number-crunchers looking to add revenue by offering the perception of value instead of creating real value. Over all this is a solid shed, with lots of good design touches in place, but you will need to invest in several rack systems and don't plan on utilizing the roomy area of the pitched roof for anything useful without some creative customization. Last gripe, and its a minor one, is that there ought to be a more thoughtful way to anchor the doors in the open position. As it is, you need to use camp stakes or bungee cords or rocks, etc. Overall, I'm pretty happy, and would buy it again if I had to do it over... I'm just providing constructive criticism for the designers and for buyers looking to set realistic expectations.
by seth
4 people found this helpful
Went together pretty easy. So far I’m pleased with the purchase. We’ll see how it holds up over t...
Went together pretty easy. So far I’m pleased with the purchase. We’ll see how it holds up over the years. Received a few compliments already. I advise constructing a firm base to set it on. See pictures.
by Jim
2 people found this helpful
Easy to put up. I put the small items together in the basement first..getting the outside and ins...
Easy to put up. I put the small items together in the basement first..getting the outside and inside part of the windows together was the hardest part, use a nail to get the holes lined up. I stared off with a bed of crusher run gravel then I used 4 x 4's the bottom then 2 x 6's along the outside to go to grade. That added and inch or two to the final outside dimensions to the base, I covered that up with some plastic trim and caulked around the outside to keep water from getting under the building and into the plywood. The instructions came in box 2 of 2 instead of box 1 but this is my second building and I printed that out from online.
by Hikerhead
2 people found this helpful
MY SUNCAST IS MAYBE 2 TO 3 YEARS OLD AND IT IS IN BAD SHAPE. THE PLASTIC HAS SPLIT AT ALL THE COR...
MY SUNCAST IS MAYBE 2 TO 3 YEARS OLD AND IT IS IN BAD SHAPE. THE PLASTIC HAS SPLIT AT ALL THE COR... My Suncast is maybe 2 to 3 years old and it is in bad shape. The plastic has split at all the corners from top to bottom. This is because they designed the corners to be one panel that folds at the corner and is joined with a thin strip of plastic. The plastic appears to have also shrank as I recently moved it and noticed a bunch of breaks where the roof connects to the body. The breaks were mainly at the metal roof support beams. My theory is that the metal has not reduced in length and as such, has prevented the plastic from drawing in at those points. I also noted that the roof has curled up likewise probably due to shrinking. The steel sleeve on the doors is now about 1/2" longer than the plastic door meaning the door shrank that much. I had to trim this (and other steel parts) to make it work again. Finally, the sky lights are brittle and broken in many places. (silicon, man's best friend) If I were to do it again, I would purchase the competition sold through Home Depot's competition. (I can't state brands or this will again be rejected). I assembled one of those for a friend and the design was superior. I think the competition probably understands plastic better than Suncast.
by Ken
12 people found this helpful
This shed is pretty much what I expected after having previously owned a Suncast Everett model. I...
This shed is pretty much what I expected after having previously owned a Suncast Everett model. Instead of pouring a concrete slab like I did for my previous shed, I opted to build a wood foundation on concrete blocks, which was much easier (the downside is I have to have a ramp for the door). Installation is straightforward if you follow the instructions, though your hands will be tired of screwing by the time you're done. It looks really nice in my back yard. My only dissatisfaction is with the door latches. For whatever reason, the doors don't line up very well so I have to put all my weight into it to get them latched. I'm hoping the shed will eventually settle and they will line up better. I do like the fact that the latch plates are metal (the Everett had plastic ones). However note that locking the latch pin on the door plates doesn't provide any security unless you also use the interior latches, which is kind of an inconvenience. Otherwise if you pull on both doors, they will flex outward to the point that the latch pin simply pops out. It would be better if they had designed it so you could put the actual lock itself through both doors like their Everett model. I also wish they had included more of the corner shelves.
by sam
Encountered absolutely no problems with this shed - put the whole thing together by myself. Othe...
Encountered absolutely no problems with this shed - put the whole thing together by myself. Other reviewers encountered problems with alignment, especially as they installed the roof, but I did not. Important point to make: I took great care to get a perfect wood floor first - square and level. I think this is the primary reason I had no issues. The instructions include a recommended design for the floor - I followed that to the letter. One other thing to note - my zero turn mower BARELY fits so make sure you measure the "stuff" you are going to store before deciding on best size for you.
by Camarocoop
4 people found this helpful
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