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Costco Members: Suncast 6' x 5' Modern Resin Shed EXPIRED

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Costco has for its Members: Select Storage Sheds on sale from $649.99. Shipping is free.

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My 2c on installing this shed, do not open the box till the day of installation. If you take pieces out the box and leave them outdoors, they may sag, bend, water can get inside during rains.
Have experience with Four of these sheds over the years. Anywhere from 8x10 to 12x20.

They are pretty sturdy. Not hurricane sturdy though. They are not plastic. Its reinforced PVC. Something that will last you 15-20 years easy. Sun doesnt decay the stuff.

You do need pretty sturdy and LEVEL foundation. Depending on what you wanna store. If the foundation is not level, peices will not fit easy (or even well enough to be sturdy).

Yes you can use 12x12 tiles. Imp part is to have the stuff underneath very level and something that wont sag or erode over time. So 2" of crushed concrete underneath the 12x12 will suffice.

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Been looking at one of these. When it says it needs a "sturdy foundation" what does that entail? Could I put this on some 12x12 concrete tiles? Or does it need a legit concrete poured foundation. Thanks
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Been looking at one of these. When it says it needs a "sturdy foundation" what does that entail? Could I put this on some 12x12 concrete tiles? Or does it need a legit concrete poured foundation. Thanks
Another option will be the deck or bricks
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This is laughable. A summertime "deal", maybe... but in no way a winter deal.
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My 2c on installing this shed, do not open the box till the day of installation. If you take pieces out the box and leave them outdoors, they may sag, bend, water can get inside during rains.
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i have a plastic shed similar to this one... my "sturdy foundation" consisted of putting 2 pallets on some unprepped dirt... the dirt is closer the clay so there's that....
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Functionally I wonder how much more storage this is than the 106 cu ft 5 ft. 10.5 in. x 3 ft. 8.25 in. x 6 ft. 5.5 in. XL Vertical Storage Shed that you just reach into
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Been looking at one of these. When it says it needs a "sturdy foundation" what does that entail? Could I put this on some 12x12 concrete tiles? Or does it need a legit concrete poured foundation. Thanks
Have experience with Four of these sheds over the years. Anywhere from 8x10 to 12x20.

They are pretty sturdy. Not hurricane sturdy though. They are not plastic. Its reinforced PVC. Something that will last you 15-20 years easy. Sun doesnt decay the stuff.

You do need pretty sturdy and LEVEL foundation. Depending on what you wanna store. If the foundation is not level, peices will not fit easy (or even well enough to be sturdy).

Yes you can use 12x12 tiles. Imp part is to have the stuff underneath very level and something that wont sag or erode over time. So 2" of crushed concrete underneath the 12x12 will suffice.
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Another option will be the deck or bricks
Yes a deck on 2x6 frame with 3/4" frame will be ideal. But that adds cost.
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I've been waiting for a shed for long time. But I don't know if this brand is good or reliable.

I have concrete base already but really need a shed that can stand there for 5-10 years. I'm in PNW btw.
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I've been waiting for a shed for long time. But I don't know if this brand is good or reliable.

I have concrete base already but really need a shed that can stand there for 5-10 years. I'm in PNW btw.
Suncast is up there. No issues.
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Been looking at one of these. When it says it needs a "sturdy foundation" what does that entail? Could I put this on some 12x12 concrete tiles? Or does it need a legit concrete poured foundation. Thanks
Get gravel, stone quarry 10 minutes from me , $20 a ton , Home Depot probably going to be $100+
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I've been waiting for a shed for long time. But I don't know if this brand is good or reliable.

I have concrete base already but really need a shed that can stand there for 5-10 years. I'm in PNW btw.
I have 5 different sheds set up, plus several of the ones that were on special at Sam's earlier this year. I believe all of my sheds are either Suncast or the sheds they made for Sears (The instruction manual specifically stated Suncast). The trash can bin combo lifting top plus doors type I will never get again, because even on a flat slab I seem to have trouble with it.

I don't have this specific shed, so I'm not sure about the windows. Plus the roof is slanted towards the back, so I wouldn't want to be putting it up against the house or garage on the outside. The good news is looking at it the roof and floor section should each be one piece, which means as long as you have a good pace it should hold together .

The other issue can be the doors. If you don't get it perfectly flat, the doors are going to be a problem. In addition, if you shove too much into it the doors will be a problem, and if you lean something heavier up against the wall, even as light as an electric lawn mower, it can bow the wall, causing it to warp and again the door's not close.

Treating them respectfully I've never had a problem with the resin itself not lasting. But I will agree with everyone else, make sure the base is level. I also have tended to put mine in partial shade, so I've never had the problem some of the Florida and Texas types who put them in the full sun.
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I thought it was a lot cheaper than this price or am I wrong
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