Published at Thursday, November 15th 2018. by Debra Coleman in Storage Shed.
Suncast BMS 1500 vertical utility shed. If you're limited on space for a storage shed or only want to store your basic yard work tools or potting soils, this is a great option. While its internal dimensions don't allow for storage of larger equipment like motorized lawn mowers, it will handle most push mowers with ease, as well as all manners of rakes shovels and light shelves do not come with this tall storage cabinet, but are easy to build for yourself and the instructions show how to construct and insert up to four fixed-point shelves. The price on this unit is quite good for what you're getting, but in comparison to a larger, shed you're paying more per square foot of storage space than you would on a larger unit. The handles are molded plastic as well and have holes that allow. For addition of a lock but may not be as secure as metal handles would be in a high crime area and as the tall storage shed instead of a wide model, you would have difficulty storing bicycles for other wider items in the relatively compact space.
As runner-up vertical shed, we chose Rubbermaid outdoor vertical storage shed very similar in a lot of ways to the sun cast variation. The major differences to the Rubbermaid version are that it's a smidge taller and that you can build 5 shells instead of 4. The shelf mounts are not evenly spaced on the Rubbermaid unit as they are in the sun the last one. The top two shelves end up being more narrow, where the lower shelves can hold larger items. Unlike the locking mechanisms of the handle of the sun cast unit, the Rubbermaid has separate metal, locking tabs that go through one of the doors to hold the unit closed. One of the largest complaints against the shed, though, is that it's not bolted together, so the pieces which slide easily together during assembly can slide just as easily apart. If one doesn't drill holes and add some securing screws, all in all, the Sun cast appears to have a slight leg up on the Rubbermaid version. But if you need extra shelf space go with Rubbermaid for the best horizontal shed. Suncast VMs 2500, horizontal storage shed for the price. This small outdoor storage box is cheaper in terms of square footage. Then it's vertical counterparts. However, it is really more box-like than shed light. It can hold square off trash cans quite effectively, offering a more appealing landscape option. It also works well for storage of such things as generators or other shorter equipment.
The drawbacks are twofold. One issue is the size to fit some long handle tools like rakes inside they will have to be little AG mentally, which makes it hard to put other larger items inside also unless it's locked, the lid has the tendency to get jerked open by the wind. If it's oriented the wrong way and that's a fault in the design pro tip, if you don't want to lock it all the time at least slide a dowel through the lock holes to keep the lid in place all in all, if you're putting this in a Sheltered area - and you don't need a lot of storage space, it's a sturdy option and well worth it for keeping cans or gear out of sight. But if it's going to be directly exposed to high winds - or you do have a lot of items to store, this may not be ideal for you for the best temporary shed. We chose the yard stash three. This is an interesting pop-up solution, literally the yard stash. Three is a tent-like storage option which easily is put in place in a matter of minutes and which can hold a couple of adult sized bikes with ease, as it's obviously not a permanent structure.
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