Suncast 8 ft. x 16 ft. Tremont Storage Shed
Model # BMS8160|Store SKU # 1000797665
- Model # BMS8160
- Store SKU # 1000797665
The Suncast TREMONT shed is the perfect complement to any backyard. Great for storing patio furniture, lawn mowers, bicycles and all of your outdoor accessories. Double-wall resin construction is long lasting and easy to maintain. Metal trusses and ridge beam provide roof support. It includes robust. lockable doors and a sturdy, reinforced floor. Functional vents provide air circulation. Accessories available (sold separately). Foundation required (not included). Easy, secure assembly.
- Durable, double-wall resin construction
- Metal truss and ridge beam provide roof support
- Robust double doors and windows
- Sturdy reinforced resi floor
- Includes four (4) corner shelves with 8 optional locations
- Includes 10 skylights
Customer Reviews8 ft. x 16 ft. Tremont Storage Shed is rated out of 5 by 19.Rated 1 out of 5 by Clyde from Returned item. Damaged product. Unsure of quality of product. Returned item. Damaged product. Unsure of quality of product.Date published: 2019-03-05Rated 5 out of 5 by Kellie from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaserDate published: 2019-02-07Rated 4 out of 5 by 2000HPVette from Good value I bought this shed so I could get rid of my costly storage unit. For anyone that is paying for a storage unit and has room for a shed I would highly recommend this shed it is well priced easy to build looks good amd will Sabe money. I had my storage unit for 7 years and spent over $ 20,000.Date published: 2018-12-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Barney from Well Made & Easy to Assemble 2 men and 8 hours and we’re done. Shed went together easily. The designers helpfully used 1 type of screw for most of the assembly. Very sturdy and squared up easily. Instructions were easy to follow.Date published: 2017-11-25Rated 4 out of 5 by Bud from I installed this shed about 4 years ago, it's held up without any problems. We've had close to tw... I installed this shed about 4 years ago, it's held up without any problems. We've had close to two feet of snow on the ground here and the roof held up fine. I don't hang or store anything on the roof rafters, because I don't want to put any other stresses on it and allow it to do its job, which its done flawlessly. I built a base frame of 4x4 PT and put many cross members, because the floor is flimsy without a good base frame under it. We ve also had 80 mph wind gusts here and to its testament, didn't budge. Would I Buy this product again if need be? Yes! Without hesitation!Date published: 2017-11-12Rated 4 out of 5 by Jerm from Good Shed Looked at lots of different ones and decided on the looks and durability of resin. Put it up in 5 hours with two of us and a couple of Makita drill/drivers. Built a good and level plywood & 2x4 base the day before and that makes everything easy. A couple of short ladders are needed. Came together well with the final roof panel needed a wee bit of nudging. Quite solid and looks really good. The skylights are a chuckle as they're a bit of work installing each one in the panel and they're not that big, but now that it's up, they do bring a gentle light inside that is helpful for sure. I'll likely wire in a couple of LED pot lights. How could it be better? Maybe a little taller and a 10' wide model would have been my first choice, as I need to put big things in mine, but for most garden yard applications this is excellent. I'd buy it again. I feel it's pretty secure with a padlock. Anyone really wanting to break in is bringing the tools to do it, so it's as good as your house really.Date published: 2017-10-22Rated 5 out of 5 by Crow from The BASE of this shed is 16' x 8', not 16' 3 1/4" x 8' 4 1/2". 16' 3 1/4" x 8' 4 1/2" is the wid... The BASE of this shed is 16' x 8', not 16' 3 1/4" x 8' 4 1/2". 16' 3 1/4" x 8' 4 1/2" is the width and length of the roof, not the base. Tools needed show a 7/16 socket & ratchet and a crescent wrench---not!, leave the crescent in your tool box and grab a 7/16 wrench, you'll be glad you did. Tools needed shows a phillips head screw driver; if you have one and know how to use it, use your screw gun. I know they recommend not using one, but if you remember you're building a plastic shed, not a battleship, you'll save yourself hours of tedious hand screwing. And there are hundreds of screws to screw in. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS START TO FINISH BEFORE YOU START BUILDING!!!! The instructions are very good but you can get ahead of yourself on two minor items if you don't read the instructions front to back first. All of that being said, the shed went together very easily. I built it myself with help only being needed on the last roof panel. And that was because I couldn't be on the outside pushing the panel in place and on the inside screwing it down at the same time. It seems very well designed and I believe it will hold up for years. It looks really good!!!Date published: 2017-02-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Love it! Very Strong, the floor need a solid fundation under it. Follow the instructions and build the framing before anything else and then start the floor, wall and frames and then roof. When it s all put together it is strong.I screwed the floors with the fundation for better stability. Start building the Wall s from left side to right and roof start front right to back and then left front to back. All need to over lap each other.Date published: 2015-12-09
do you require a building permit for one of these sheds?
I need Manual for shed Model # BMS8160 | Store SKU # 1000797665 to install, I bought but didnt get manual in box.pls can you provide installation guide