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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 4.0 out of 5 by 85.
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
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good product, but door can not close tight enough Put together by myself about 5 hours. Most difficulty part is top roof, take me about 2 hours to figured it out. After few very hot day after installed. the door can not close tight at top. You can but a latch on one of the door to make it better, the door come with template but there is no part come with it. YOU NEED BUY IT EXTRA.
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Door handles and roof This is a great shed and easy to assemble but the problem is that when I was almost done with the job for almost 4 hours, I discovered that the door handles are missing and it will take 7 days to get it, I also had a problem installing the roof. The roof quality seems not durable. Generally it was a good product
Date published: 2017-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality and easy to assemble I read numerous comments from other users prior purchasing and assembling this shed, including issues that some people had with assembly, instructions and missing parts etc. I'm happy to say that I had none of these issues. In fact, the instructions are very clear, and everything in the kit is clearly labelled. Like and shed, you need to make absolutely sure that you have a flat, level surface to install this shed on. Spend the time to get that right, and the assembly of the kit will go smoothly. A friend and I put it together, and it took just over two and a half hours from opening the box to completion. We are both mechanically capable people, but it really wasn't very difficult. Two pairs of hands certainly make it easier, especially on the roof portion. Rubbermaid did a good job designing this, from assembly to the numerous areas on the inner wall where hooks and shelves can easily be installed. Very well thought out, and a good use of the space. The double doors make it easy to get big stuff in and out, like a snowblower.
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to assemble Overall, really easy to assemble. A couple of the panels were a little warped. Only needed an extra hand when putting the gables on. One thing this shed needs is a better way to secure the doors! It looks like the doors are already stamped to put some sort of bolt at the top to secure the left door but it's not included in the kit! IT would certainly improve a pretty good product.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shed Excellent Product, assembled quickly with 3 people in 1 afternoon, all of the walls & componets were in good shape & fit well together, even after the customer service people @ Lowes dropped the shipping container 3 stories off the storage rack. Like the slogan says "Rubbermaid...takes a licking & keeps on ticking"
Date published: 2017-07-14
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Roughneck® 7x7 Shed is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 85.
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
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good product, but door can not close tight enough Put together by myself about 5 hours. Most difficulty part is top roof, take me about 2 hours to figured it out. After few very hot day after installed. the door can not close tight at top. You can but a latch on one of the door to make it better, the door come with template but there is no part come with it. YOU NEED BUY IT EXTRA.
Date published: 2017-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Door handles and roof This is a great shed and easy to assemble but the problem is that when I was almost done with the job for almost 4 hours, I discovered that the door handles are missing and it will take 7 days to get it, I also had a problem installing the roof. The roof quality seems not durable. Generally it was a good product
Date published: 2017-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality and easy to assemble I read numerous comments from other users prior purchasing and assembling this shed, including issues that some people had with assembly, instructions and missing parts etc. I'm happy to say that I had none of these issues. In fact, the instructions are very clear, and everything in the kit is clearly labelled. Like and shed, you need to make absolutely sure that you have a flat, level surface to install this shed on. Spend the time to get that right, and the assembly of the kit will go smoothly. A friend and I put it together, and it took just over two and a half hours from opening the box to completion. We are both mechanically capable people, but it really wasn't very difficult. Two pairs of hands certainly make it easier, especially on the roof portion. Rubbermaid did a good job designing this, from assembly to the numerous areas on the inner wall where hooks and shelves can easily be installed. Very well thought out, and a good use of the space. The double doors make it easy to get big stuff in and out, like a snowblower.
Date published: 2017-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to assemble Overall, really easy to assemble. A couple of the panels were a little warped. Only needed an extra hand when putting the gables on. One thing this shed needs is a better way to secure the doors! It looks like the doors are already stamped to put some sort of bolt at the top to secure the left door but it's not included in the kit! IT would certainly improve a pretty good product.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shed Excellent Product, assembled quickly with 3 people in 1 afternoon, all of the walls & componets were in good shape & fit well together, even after the customer service people @ Lowes dropped the shipping container 3 stories off the storage rack. Like the slogan says "Rubbermaid...takes a licking & keeps on ticking"
Date published: 2017-07-14
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