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Post  junequilt on Wed 21 Jul 2010 - 16:03

DH and I have come to the conclusion that we really need a shed in or near our garden. So today DH was prospecting sheds at Lowe's, and he came across one of the resin Roughneck 7'x7' sheds made by Rubbermaid. Does anyone out there have one of these sheds? There are a few reviews on ePinions, but I'm not sure any of the reviewers are gardeners.

I'm also not sure it's big enough to hold a mower, wheeled string trimmer, chipper/shredder, and all our other junk.

Thanks for anything you can tell me about this!

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Re: Garden sheds by Rubbermaid

Post  boffer on Wed 21 Jul 2010 - 16:22

7x7 is plenty big enough for a SF gardener.

I'm also not sure it's big enough to hold a mower, wheeled string trimmer, chipper/shredder, and all our other junk.
7x7 is going to start feeling real small, real fast when you start putting all that stuff in!

(I'm not familiar with that Rubbermaid product)

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Post  camprn on Wed 21 Jul 2010 - 16:37

@boffer wrote:7x7 is plenty big enough for a SF gardener.

I'm also not sure it's big enough to hold a mower, wheeled string trimmer, chipper/shredder, and all our other junk.
7x7 is going to start feeling real small, real fast when you start putting all that stuff in!

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