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Rubbermaid Roughneck 3'x5' Gable Storage Shed

metalmonkey7 79 July 2, 2013 at 10:39 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Lowes Deals
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Promoted 07-05-2013 at 02:39 PM View Original Post
Lowe's has Rubbermaid Roughneck 3'x5' Gable Storage Shed (FG5L10LWFMONX) for $197 with free store pickup. Thanks metalmonkey7

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Edited July 4, 2013 at 09:41 AM by BostonGirl
It shows $197 on this page [lowes.com]. The price has not been updated on the product page.

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Edit: Sale price should be updated on 7/3/13 when the actual sale starts. Sale ends 7/8/13

Roughneck 3-ft x 5-ft Gable Storage Shed (Actuals 2.3-ft x 4.6 Feet)

Perfect height for long-handled tools; ideal for storing lawn and garden supplies including pots, bags of fertilizer and gas cans
Durable double-wall construction provides an extra layer of protection for added strength and security
Leak-, dent- and weather-resistant
Heavy-duty, impact-resistant floor included
Easy to assemble
Lockable (lock not included)
Storage capacity: 53 cubic feet

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#31
Dang, I've been waiting for a good deal on a 7x6 or so made of this material.
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#32
This is an excellent shed. It's not really meant to store lawn equipment, more like store lawn tools upright. What sets this shed apart from others like the horrible Suncast brand is the build quality, sturdiness and endurance. I say this from experience owning a Suncast product and quickly ditching it for this one. My rear patio is sloped to allow water runoff and this shed sat at a slight angle at first. No problems with the shed being angled, but I built a platform for it to sit level. Then I built a simple entertainment center for the inside. I use this shed to house A/V equipment including a 55" LED for my patio. Let me tell you I have absolutely no problem keeping electronics in this shed. It is completely water tight. An yes there has been hellacious rainstorms to test it. I wholeheartedly recommend this shed to anyone especially at this price. I'd buy another in a heartbeat if I had a use for a second.

P.S. if anyone is wondering if this shed can be disassembled once it is put together, the answer is absolutely. I have had this shed apart and back together 4 times and each time is as sturdy as the first. There are some Suncast products that don't tell you not to take it apart and if you do, the product is trashed.
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#33
Quote from JSpec View Post :
Wished it came with shelves. I'm looking to store my car wash supplies :/
This shed comes with Rubbermaid's anchor brackets for one shelf. You just have to supply the shelf. More brackets can be bought for more shelves.
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Quote from The Bigger Fish View Post :
This is an excellent shed. It's not really meant to store lawn equipment, more like store lawn tools upright. What sets this shed apart from others like the horrible Suncast brand is the build quality, sturdiness and endurance. I say this from experience owning a Suncast product and quickly ditching it for this one. My rear patio is sloped to allow water runoff and this shed sat at a slight angle at first. No problems with the shed being angled, but I built a platform for it to sit level. Then I built a simple entertainment center for the inside. I use this shed to house A/V equipment including a 55" LED for my patio. Let me tell you I have absolutely no problem keeping electronics in this shed. It is completely water tight. An yes there has been hellacious rainstorms to test it. I wholeheartedly recommend this shed to anyone especially at this price. I'd buy another in a heartbeat if I had a use for a second.

P.S. if anyone is wondering if this shed can be disassembled once it is put together, the answer is absolutely. I have had this shed apart and back together 4 times and each time is as sturdy as the first. There are some Suncast products that don't tell you not to take it apart and if you do, the product is trashed.
do you know what kind of warranty it comes with?
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Quote from The Bigger Fish View Post :
This is an excellent shed. It's not really meant to store lawn equipment, more like store lawn tools upright. What sets this shed apart from others like the horrible Suncast brand is the build quality, sturdiness and endurance. I say this from experience owning a Suncast product and quickly ditching it for this one. My rear patio is sloped to allow water runoff and this shed sat at a slight angle at first. No problems with the shed being angled, but I built a platform for it to sit level. Then I built a simple entertainment center for the inside. I use this shed to house A/V equipment including a 55" LED for my patio. Let me tell you I have absolutely no problem keeping electronics in this shed. It is completely water tight. An yes there has been hellacious rainstorms to test it. I wholeheartedly recommend this shed to anyone especially at this price. I'd buy another in a heartbeat if I had a use for a second.

P.S. if anyone is wondering if this shed can be disassembled once it is put together, the answer is absolutely. I have had this shed apart and back together 4 times and each time is as sturdy as the first. There are some Suncast products that don't tell you not to take it apart and if you do, the product is trashed.
Any pictures of your setup? Pretty interested in a entertainment center built inside one of these
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#36
Quote from STEVESKI View Post :
Pretty practical for those people that live in townhouses and only have 400 sq. ft. of a backyard.

Ditto. I live in a bottom-unit condo and picked this shed up when this deal first appeared about a month or so ago. My yard is probably around 200-300 sq feet but I acquired a good amount of garden tools since I took to ripping out all the plants that were originally back there. Either way, I've stored all my stuff in there besides the bbq stuff. This includes a 32gal roughneck garbage can, lots of tools (shovels, rakes, garden hoe, etc), various bags of soil and amendments, weed killer, insecticide, etc. Much better than keeping all the stuff out exposed to the elements. I had leftover rails and wire shelves from a Rubberneck closet system so I was able to utilize them in the shed as well! I just wish they included more anchors. I should probably pick up another pack of them from Lowes (they only sell them at Lowes too).
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#37
Quote from babyleinne09 View Post :
do you know what kind of warranty it comes with?
I do not have the manual handy, but it's on the Rubbermaid website. Should show warranty info there.
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Quote from imdbui View Post :
Any pictures of your setup? Pretty interested in a entertainment center built inside one of these
Didn't take any pics of the setup. But I basically built tiered shelving inside the shed with legs to stand on instead of being anchored on the walls. The top shelf holds a 55" LED, the middle holds A/V receiver and bottom shelf is for HTPC. Then there is much room below that for 2x subwoofers. The weight of all the AV equipment also made the shed heavy to where it won't move when pushed as when it's near empty. The shed's base has 5 sunken points to drill out for anchoring. I used these points to attach the leveling base since my patio is sloped. The base has a raised diamond pattern for traction, but is extremely sturdy and flat so the base does not buckle under load like some shed designs. The shed is pretty much perfect for an A/V center for a patio. It's wide enough for a 55" TV (even with the open doors) and deep enough for the longest A/V receiver. It's also tall enough to where I can sit on a bistro-type patio chair and be eye-level with the TV and there is still plenty of clearance from TV top to roof of shed.
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#39
Actual Exterior Peak Height (Feet) 6.4
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#40
Great for extra storage, we wish our homeowners assoc would allow this in the back yard. thumbs up + 4 reps!
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#41
Quote from The Bigger Fish View Post :
Didn't take any pics of the setup. But I basically built tiered shelving inside the shed with legs to stand on instead of being anchored on the walls. The top shelf holds a 55" LED, the middle holds A/V receiver and bottom shelf is for HTPC. Then there is much room below that for 2x subwoofers. The weight of all the AV equipment also made the shed heavy to where it won't move when pushed as when it's near empty. The shed's base has 5 sunken points to drill out for anchoring. I used these points to attach the leveling base since my patio is sloped. The base has a raised diamond pattern for traction, but is extremely sturdy and flat so the base does not buckle under load like some shed designs. The shed is pretty much perfect for an A/V center for a patio. It's wide enough for a 55" TV (even with the open doors) and deep enough for the longest A/V receiver. It's also tall enough to where I can sit on a bistro-type patio chair and be eye-level with the TV and there is still plenty of clearance from TV top to roof of shed.
can this be locked with pad lock.
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#42
Quote from stehigs321 View Post :
can this be locked with pad lock.
Yes that's what I use and it works well.
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#43
Quote from The Bigger Fish View Post :
Yes that's what I use and it works well.
Thanks. Repped.
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