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Roughneck® 7x7 Shed

  

Great for storing riding mowers, bicycles, garden tools, large powered equipment, yard supplies, trash cans or seasonal items such as ladders and snow blowers.

  • Inside Dimensions: 81”w x 81”d x 100” h
  • Durable: Double wall durable construction for added strength
  • Lockable (lock not included), Steel Reinforced doors for added security
  • Maintenance Free: leak, dent and weather resistant
  • Heavy duty, impact resistant floor included
  • Easy to assemble
  • Use Rubbermaid wall anchors (included) to add peg board, shelves and other organizational accessories to the inside of the shed
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Roughneck 7x7 Shed
Roughneck 7x7 Shed : (#1V29)
Size: 81”w x 81”d x 100"h
 
Available Colors
Faint Maple/Onyx
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Roughneck® 7x7 Shed is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 117.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doors do not stay closed tightly. Warping issues. I too am dealing with the same issues as Connie (review prior to mine). My shed doors do not close tightly on the top and on the bottom. I constantly bracing things against the doors to keep water, insects and mice out to no avail. There seems to be a serious design flaw since my other Rubbermade sheds that predate this item are doing fine. They actually have slide locks on the bottom and top keeping the doors closed tightly and securely with no warping of the plastic material. Needless to say, I'm very disappointed with this shed. I'm hoping the company will help me with this issue.
Date published: 2018-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the price Put the shed together and the doors will not close. There is a huge gap in to top that lets on weather and pests. I’m so disappointed. I spent an additional $150 to have a foundation built and to have someone put it together. I can’t afford to have replacement doors installed as the shed would have to be disassembled to execute this. Poor, poor, poor.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not worth the price Just finished putting this shed together and the doors will not close. For the price, I would expect it to at least be functional. What am I supposed to do with a shed with not doors?
Date published: 2018-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Shed to store all of my lawn tools and mowers Built this shed on a level foundation. Be careful to not store too much weight on the walls or they will start to bow outward. The front door will not stay closed at the top and so I am using a pvc pipe through the handles to keep it closed.
Date published: 2018-11-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good shed but the doors don't stay closed Great shed overall. The only issue is that the doors are popping open along the top. There seems to be a place to add a secondary latch to keep them closed but this part was not included and I can not find it online anywhere. Seems that others have the same problem. It does keep things dry but the shed is insecure with the doors popping open and water can get in.
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent quality, does the job! We put our shed kit together a few days ago, and I'm very happy with it so far. I specifically didn't want a metal shed because they make so much noise when you tough the walls. Unless you are putting it on a driveway or concrete pad, I wouldn't put it right on the ground. The floor isn't that sturdy. Description says 3/4" but it's not solid. I'm using it to store beekeeping equipment not lawn tractors, etc., and it's perfect. I put mine in an area which gets wet and a little muddy in the spring. We brought in a load of stone, leveled it out and layed five 4x4x8 pressure treated posts on concrete pavers. Two 4x8 sheets of 3/4" pressure treated plywood went over the posts. No cutting necessary. Makes the platform a little larger than base of shed but easy to situate without worrying if it slips around the platform while building. Use lag bolts to secure it to the floor when you're done. Pretty simple and not a very expensive base. The carton is heavy. It took 3 men to put it on my trailer from the forklift at the store. As with most projects, the instructions were a little difficult but with some study, they were adequate. All the pieces and hardware were there. Nothing broken, nothing missing. No extra hardware either, so be careful not to lose anything. Some of the screws, etc., seemed pretty specific so I don't know if you can just go to a regular hardware store to replace. One suggestion---The four corner pieces of siding and the roof top/ridge are designed to bend during construction. If it's a little chilly when you're putting it together, put those 5 pieces in the sun for a little while before using. They will be much more pliable. It took two people about six hours (not including the base) to put it together. The only thing I'm not thrilled with is the doors. They are plastic so they don't close without jockeying them a bit. I think I might find a way to add a diagonal piece of metal to increase their sturdiness. I'm 6' tall and there is headroom in all corners not just the peak. If you have electric close enough put in power for a light. The gable vent is open. It would be easy enough to screen if you care to. There are a few places along the tops of the walls where the roof meets that have small open spaces. I'm sure filling them wouldn't be difficult if you need to. I find despite all efforts to close a shed, etc., up wasps and hornets will find their way in so watch for nests. For under $1,000 including the platform (not labor) I'm very satisfied with it.
Date published: 2018-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does its job There were a couple places the holes didn’t line up. Our doors keep popping open, and need a secondary latch to keep them closed. There also seem to be places we’ll need to seal to keep bugs out. However, it is keeping our stuff dry, and has space for what we need.
Date published: 2018-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Withstood hurricane florence This shed went together very easily and is quiet sturdy. In fact it withstood 100+ mph winds in hurricane Florence. The only damage was caused by a tree limb hitting the roof and knocking a hole in the roof. Are replacement parts available?
Date published: 2018-10-19
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Roughneck® 7x7 Shed is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 117.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Doors do not stay closed tightly. Warping issues. I too am dealing with the same issues as Connie (review prior to mine). My shed doors do not close tightly on the top and on the bottom. I constantly bracing things against the doors to keep water, insects and mice out to no avail. There seems to be a serious design flaw since my other Rubbermade sheds that predate this item are doing fine. They actually have slide locks on the bottom and top keeping the doors closed tightly and securely with no warping of the plastic material. Needless to say, I'm very disappointed with this shed. I'm hoping the company will help me with this issue.
Date published: 2018-12-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the price Put the shed together and the doors will not close. There is a huge gap in to top that lets on weather and pests. I’m so disappointed. I spent an additional $150 to have a foundation built and to have someone put it together. I can’t afford to have replacement doors installed as the shed would have to be disassembled to execute this. Poor, poor, poor.
Date published: 2018-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not worth the price Just finished putting this shed together and the doors will not close. For the price, I would expect it to at least be functional. What am I supposed to do with a shed with not doors?
Date published: 2018-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Shed to store all of my lawn tools and mowers Built this shed on a level foundation. Be careful to not store too much weight on the walls or they will start to bow outward. The front door will not stay closed at the top and so I am using a pvc pipe through the handles to keep it closed.
Date published: 2018-11-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good shed but the doors don't stay closed Great shed overall. The only issue is that the doors are popping open along the top. There seems to be a place to add a secondary latch to keep them closed but this part was not included and I can not find it online anywhere. Seems that others have the same problem. It does keep things dry but the shed is insecure with the doors popping open and water can get in.
Date published: 2018-11-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent quality, does the job! We put our shed kit together a few days ago, and I'm very happy with it so far. I specifically didn't want a metal shed because they make so much noise when you tough the walls. Unless you are putting it on a driveway or concrete pad, I wouldn't put it right on the ground. The floor isn't that sturdy. Description says 3/4" but it's not solid. I'm using it to store beekeeping equipment not lawn tractors, etc., and it's perfect. I put mine in an area which gets wet and a little muddy in the spring. We brought in a load of stone, leveled it out and layed five 4x4x8 pressure treated posts on concrete pavers. Two 4x8 sheets of 3/4" pressure treated plywood went over the posts. No cutting necessary. Makes the platform a little larger than base of shed but easy to situate without worrying if it slips around the platform while building. Use lag bolts to secure it to the floor when you're done. Pretty simple and not a very expensive base. The carton is heavy. It took 3 men to put it on my trailer from the forklift at the store. As with most projects, the instructions were a little difficult but with some study, they were adequate. All the pieces and hardware were there. Nothing broken, nothing missing. No extra hardware either, so be careful not to lose anything. Some of the screws, etc., seemed pretty specific so I don't know if you can just go to a regular hardware store to replace. One suggestion---The four corner pieces of siding and the roof top/ridge are designed to bend during construction. If it's a little chilly when you're putting it together, put those 5 pieces in the sun for a little while before using. They will be much more pliable. It took two people about six hours (not including the base) to put it together. The only thing I'm not thrilled with is the doors. They are plastic so they don't close without jockeying them a bit. I think I might find a way to add a diagonal piece of metal to increase their sturdiness. I'm 6' tall and there is headroom in all corners not just the peak. If you have electric close enough put in power for a light. The gable vent is open. It would be easy enough to screen if you care to. There are a few places along the tops of the walls where the roof meets that have small open spaces. I'm sure filling them wouldn't be difficult if you need to. I find despite all efforts to close a shed, etc., up wasps and hornets will find their way in so watch for nests. For under $1,000 including the platform (not labor) I'm very satisfied with it.
Date published: 2018-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does its job There were a couple places the holes didn’t line up. Our doors keep popping open, and need a secondary latch to keep them closed. There also seem to be places we’ll need to seal to keep bugs out. However, it is keeping our stuff dry, and has space for what we need.
Date published: 2018-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Withstood hurricane florence This shed went together very easily and is quiet sturdy. In fact it withstood 100+ mph winds in hurricane Florence. The only damage was caused by a tree limb hitting the roof and knocking a hole in the roof. Are replacement parts available?
Date published: 2018-10-19
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