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Royal Outdoor Products Shed

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  • Mar 16th, 2010 11:56 pm

Mar 14th, 2010 8:47 pm

Royal Outdoor Products Shed

Does anyone have a Royal Outdoor Products Woodbridge shed from Home Depot? It’s a 10×8 vinyl shed and I’m wondering if they are any good or not and what about the doors, do they fit pretty good? How hard it is to put one of these things up. It says assembly in 4-5 hours but realistically it would probably be an all day or more project for the normal person. What do you guys think?

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Mar 14th, 2010 11:43 pm

jackrabbit000 wrote: ↑ Does anyone have a Royal Outdoor Products Woodbridge shed from Home Depot? It’s a 10×8 vinyl shed and I’m wondering if they are any good or not and what about the doors, do they fit pretty good? How hard it is to put one of these things up. It says assembly in 4-5 hours but realistically it would probably be an all day or more project for the normal person. What do you guys think?

They are good, I have one in my old place, but kinda expensive.

Either wait for sale or buy any of the less expensive plastic-like shed.

Don’t buy the steel type shed, very prone to rust, dent and general ugliness.

And yes, they take at least a day to built, not 4 to 5 hours. Unless you have a whole crew of laborers.

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Mar 16th, 2010 10:17 am

Ah, ok. Just didn’t want you to buy one of those “Playskool” ones and lose all your hard work.

And I second the comment about the base! it is most important part! We actually did 8″ poured concrete with re-bar and 10″ gravel backfill, but I think we over-engineered. The shed is only 8×12, but it is heavy as hell because we used 2×4 walls with barnboard siding.

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Mar 16th, 2010 11:44 am

I have a Suncast vinyl 8×10 but I imagine that the assembly is similar to the one you are looking at. How long it takes you to put up depends on your general aptitude for assembly. It took me 4 hours mostly by myself (needed a friend to help with the roof section), but I built the base ahead of time.

– Do not try and install over bare ground – you need a proper base.
– a rubber mallet is useful for gently “persuading” certain parts together. Silicone oil might have helped a bit as well.

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Mar 16th, 2010 1:51 pm

If you’re gonna spend the money, and are concerned about both looks and durability i’d go for neither metal or plastic. Something like this is much better IMO.

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May 24th, 2018 1:21 pm

I am looking for two lower door brackets (DH1 + DH2) for my Model SPx808/Version 1.0 shed. Does anyone know where I can order these parts?

Does anyone have a Royal Outdoor Products Woodbridge shed from Home Depot? It’s a 10×8 vinyl shed and I’m wondering if they are any good or not and