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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 90.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible to put together I love how the video shows two people putting this together. No way and specially not in under 30 minutes. Unl s she you are putting this on concrete that I see perfectly level I would not recommend it.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy little shed for some quick storage space Used for about a month. I built a platform for the shed to keep door alignment and construction simple. Assembly was straight forward and only took a few hours. As other reviews have noted, the doors won't stay closed and stick out at the top allowing rain and snow into the shed which puddles on the floor. I have been trying to find a latch for the doors which should keep the door tight to the frame. They are mentioned in the manual however I cannot find them for purchase and I need them. I am eager to find them for each door so if anyone knows where to get them let me know please. Other than this, seems to be a nice shed so far.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased with this shed Love the shed, perfect size for us and easy to assemble. My only complaint is there is no inside latch (as other reviews have noted) although there is clearly a notch for one over the door. Is there a latch specific to this shed I can purchase separately? Please advise.
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doors Don't Stay Closed. Pop Open I built a platform for the shed and assembly was pretty straight forward. My wife and I put it together in an afternoon. My only issue I have is that the doors won't stay closed and pop open so everything near the door inside gets wet when it rains. I'm trying to find a latch for one of the doors so I can lock it from the inside before locking the doors together.
Date published: 2017-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy assembly and decent quality So, this isn't a high quality wood shed, but decent quality for plastic. My biggest issue is the molded side walls really limit ability to maximize space through shelving, wall hooks, etc that one would be accustomed to with a wood framed shed. They offer these funky hooks that you can attach stuff to with screws, but in total anything on a wall must hold less than 50 lbs. It is small, don't kid yourself from the pictures that show barely anything in the shed. My goal was to park my John Deere 140 lawn tractor in it but once assembled I decided against that, because I would not be able to store much of anything else (literally if you want this shed to store a riding mower don't plan on storing much else). Instead I chose to put many smaller items from my garage into the shed which would enable easier and less intrusive parking of my lawn mower in the garage. On to assembly...I honestly don't get it...the reviews others share. Once I built a solid floor from 4x4s, 2x4s, and 3/4" PT plywood, the shed itself took me (alone) 2.5 hours to build. I read the reviews online - lowes.com really helped, and it was a breeze. Water tight, but DEFINITELY not critter tight. I'll need to figure out how to seal this thing up before winter or it will be a mouse haven. So this review may sound in part negative, but I really don't have a negative opinion about the product hence my 4 stars. I may a conscious decision to buy this shed vs something better built because I was interested in small and inexpensive. Well I got that and would say that for the price, got a really solid shed that will do the trick.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value and design I put 2 of them on crushed stone paver base instead of framing and plywood. Get the base really level like it was on framing and plywood. Otherwise the last pieces wouldn't fit perfectly. I learned that on the first shed. Just love them..... I see a lot of wooden sheds rotting.
Date published: 2017-10-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hard to put together If you do not have a level and solid platform, it is difficult to insert the bottom to the opening hole and snap it. Uneven surface could cause the panel not horizontal and the screw holes not align which makes impossible to screw the top panel on. There are over a hundred screws that you have to screw on; if you do not have an automatic screw driver or a drill, you will have finger tendinitis before you finish screwing the panels together. Granted I am that handy, it took me and my son with occasional help of a third person more than 10 hours to put it together. Another problem is the location of the hangers. Supposedly, you can use the hangers to install steel rail for shelving. However, the distance between the upper hanger and lower hanger is off from the standard screw holes on the steel rail, so there is no way to install the shelving unless you drill holes yourself on the steel rails. Inside the shed can get pretty warm since the panel are thin. It is just a little better than inside a car and I am talking about temperature in San Francisco which rarely go over 70F. I have another shed which I brought 16 years ago, forgot who made it, it was a little bit smaller but that one just snap together with not a single screw and it is double walled with half-inch space between the wall. I put them side by side, the small one is cool inside while Rubber maid is warm.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable My used shed came with my house. It's 11 years old. Still water tight. Still sturdy. A little faded. A little different than the models now. I live in central Florida. During Hurricane Irma I strapped it to the house and it survived 80 mph winds with 115 mph gusts with no damage. I've been a Rubbermaid fan for about 40 years. Always satisfied with their quality.
Date published: 2017-09-13
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Roughneck® 7x7 Shed is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 90.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible to put together I love how the video shows two people putting this together. No way and specially not in under 30 minutes. Unl s she you are putting this on concrete that I see perfectly level I would not recommend it.
Date published: 2017-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy little shed for some quick storage space Used for about a month. I built a platform for the shed to keep door alignment and construction simple. Assembly was straight forward and only took a few hours. As other reviews have noted, the doors won't stay closed and stick out at the top allowing rain and snow into the shed which puddles on the floor. I have been trying to find a latch for the doors which should keep the door tight to the frame. They are mentioned in the manual however I cannot find them for purchase and I need them. I am eager to find them for each door so if anyone knows where to get them let me know please. Other than this, seems to be a nice shed so far.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased with this shed Love the shed, perfect size for us and easy to assemble. My only complaint is there is no inside latch (as other reviews have noted) although there is clearly a notch for one over the door. Is there a latch specific to this shed I can purchase separately? Please advise.
Date published: 2017-10-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Doors Don't Stay Closed. Pop Open I built a platform for the shed and assembly was pretty straight forward. My wife and I put it together in an afternoon. My only issue I have is that the doors won't stay closed and pop open so everything near the door inside gets wet when it rains. I'm trying to find a latch for one of the doors so I can lock it from the inside before locking the doors together.
Date published: 2017-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy assembly and decent quality So, this isn't a high quality wood shed, but decent quality for plastic. My biggest issue is the molded side walls really limit ability to maximize space through shelving, wall hooks, etc that one would be accustomed to with a wood framed shed. They offer these funky hooks that you can attach stuff to with screws, but in total anything on a wall must hold less than 50 lbs. It is small, don't kid yourself from the pictures that show barely anything in the shed. My goal was to park my John Deere 140 lawn tractor in it but once assembled I decided against that, because I would not be able to store much of anything else (literally if you want this shed to store a riding mower don't plan on storing much else). Instead I chose to put many smaller items from my garage into the shed which would enable easier and less intrusive parking of my lawn mower in the garage. On to assembly...I honestly don't get it...the reviews others share. Once I built a solid floor from 4x4s, 2x4s, and 3/4" PT plywood, the shed itself took me (alone) 2.5 hours to build. I read the reviews online - lowes.com really helped, and it was a breeze. Water tight, but DEFINITELY not critter tight. I'll need to figure out how to seal this thing up before winter or it will be a mouse haven. So this review may sound in part negative, but I really don't have a negative opinion about the product hence my 4 stars. I may a conscious decision to buy this shed vs something better built because I was interested in small and inexpensive. Well I got that and would say that for the price, got a really solid shed that will do the trick.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good value and design I put 2 of them on crushed stone paver base instead of framing and plywood. Get the base really level like it was on framing and plywood. Otherwise the last pieces wouldn't fit perfectly. I learned that on the first shed. Just love them..... I see a lot of wooden sheds rotting.
Date published: 2017-10-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Hard to put together If you do not have a level and solid platform, it is difficult to insert the bottom to the opening hole and snap it. Uneven surface could cause the panel not horizontal and the screw holes not align which makes impossible to screw the top panel on. There are over a hundred screws that you have to screw on; if you do not have an automatic screw driver or a drill, you will have finger tendinitis before you finish screwing the panels together. Granted I am that handy, it took me and my son with occasional help of a third person more than 10 hours to put it together. Another problem is the location of the hangers. Supposedly, you can use the hangers to install steel rail for shelving. However, the distance between the upper hanger and lower hanger is off from the standard screw holes on the steel rail, so there is no way to install the shelving unless you drill holes yourself on the steel rails. Inside the shed can get pretty warm since the panel are thin. It is just a little better than inside a car and I am talking about temperature in San Francisco which rarely go over 70F. I have another shed which I brought 16 years ago, forgot who made it, it was a little bit smaller but that one just snap together with not a single screw and it is double walled with half-inch space between the wall. I put them side by side, the small one is cool inside while Rubber maid is warm.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable My used shed came with my house. It's 11 years old. Still water tight. Still sturdy. A little faded. A little different than the models now. I live in central Florida. During Hurricane Irma I strapped it to the house and it survived 80 mph winds with 115 mph gusts with no damage. I've been a Rubbermaid fan for about 40 years. Always satisfied with their quality.
Date published: 2017-09-13
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