Suncast Plastic Storage Shed Build – How To DIY

Suncast Plastic Storage Shed Build – How To DIY

I assembled a Suncast plastic shed in my backyard. After much deliberation between a more expensive wood shed and a cheaper plastic or metal shed, I chose plastic. It looks surprisingly decent, is quite weather resistant, requires only 2-3 hours for assembly, and does not require much maintenance. Further, it can be easily moved later, should I decide that is necessary.

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Jerry Jones says:

The shed wood base should not be wider than the shed. Water will collect under the particle board and rot the wood. Learned that the hard way.

Leroy Martinez says:

Don't think this is really a how to so much as a video of a guy putting a shed together. Thanks anyway, for the video.

josh huff says:

How much would this whole process (building frame, assembling shed, anchoring) cost if I were to hire someone to do this for me?

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Erik Ware says:

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Starla Velda says:

i made it also. just used woodprix instructions. just click the pig on that website :)))

Nannette Battista says:

so i made it also . just by using woodprix woodworking plans:)

Harry Patterson says:

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Best Access Doors says:

Great DIY, Jonathan! Will you be doing more videos like this soon?

Doyle Metzinger says:

Go to WoodPrix if you'd like to build it yourself.

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