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Craftsman 7ft x 7ft resin Shed $549

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Resin Craftsman shed - 7ft x 7ft - normally $649. Seems like a pretty good price. Been needing a shed, so I ordered one for pickup in store.

https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMA...1001052346

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Been looking for one, I'm assuming I'll need a base for this.
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Been looking for one, I'm assuming I'll need a base for this.
I have the rubber maid version of this, when they had gone on clearance at Lowe's, it's just sitting on the ground and doing fine. It would work a lot better if you put something like sand where it's going to go, or do a concrete platform.
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I put something like this one on 4 wood pallets and a sheet of flywood on top just to raise it above ground, still work great... make sure you apply some weather proof coat on the flywood. Cheaper than doing concrete floor Smilie
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I have the rubber maid version of this, when they had gone on clearance at Lowe's, it's just sitting on the ground and doing fine. It would work a lot better if you put something like sand where it's going to go, or do a concrete platform.
I have the rubbermaid version also. I put down pavers with some light ground leveling, and set the shed on top. Has been 3 years now and it's still holding up fine.
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How do you secure these from blowing away?
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How do you secure these from blowing away?
I think there were stake like things you shoved in the ground to keep it down, but with lawn and garden equipment in there it's not going anywhere unless there's a tornado.
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Wait until the end of season. I have this in my backyard and paid $250 minus 10 percent military discount. Good shed though. They'll just drop the price more eventually.
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Wait until the end of season. I have this in my backyard and paid $250 minus 10 percent military discount. Good shed though. They'll just drop the price more eventually.
I've been told our discount doesn't apply to clearance
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nevermind. i misread what others meant saying
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disposable.. sun makes it warp, cold makes it brittle. big pass
review says otherwise, bought the Rubbermaid one from HD
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disposable.. sun makes it warp, cold makes it brittle. big pass
I have a much smaller version of this, been out there several years. Still works fine.
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I've been told our discount doesn't apply to clearance
I got it last year. I think lately they haven't been applying it to clearance just recently.

It's a lot of work putting this thing together. Make sure you have a level base, a full day to work, and a cordless screwdriver. Smilie
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disposable.. sun makes it warp, cold makes it brittle. big pass
Make sure the surface is level. I have cement blocks on the side of mine to keep the panels in the track, and applied foam sealant in any cracks. So far no warping.
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