When I bought my home, the previous homeowner left behind two Rubbermaid Resin Outdoor Storage Sheds. The Rubbermaid Resin Storage Shed is not cheap, but is cheaper than other stand-up storage options. Along with my long-handled tools, I am also able two store two bags of fertilizer, birdseed, and two containers of Preen on the resin floor of the unit with room to spare. While I cannot attest to the ease of assembling this unit, I can comment on its disassembly. Don’t expect this unit to hold power tools any larger than a trimmer or blower, as it is only 15 inches deep. A published writer and novice gardener, Stephanie Lezotte dabbles in over 1500 square feet of newly purchased gardens that yield hundreds of tulips, daffodils, hostas, and daylilies.
These are medium-sized two-door plastic storage units that are advertised to stand up to the elements.
For about $175, this shed features inside grooves that can accommodate homemade wooden shelves (more on this in a bit) and still boasts a larger, open space from the ground up that is spacious enough to hold long-handled tools such as my rake, shovel, and hoe. The right door no longer swung on its hinge despite drilling a new hole for the upper hinge.


The doors on my existing unit are extremely durable, making me wonder how the first unit ever managed to break. Do expect this unit to remain sturdy for years, provided doors remain closed during periods of non use to prevent excessive hinge wear and tear. She enjoys trying new gardening tools and techniques and isn’t afraid to get (a little) dirty.
According to Rubbermaid, the units are water-proof, leak-proof, rot-proof, rust-proof and weather-proof. The unit’s size and shape is perfect for fitting into tight spaces that a traditional shed, or even a wider floor unit, doesn’t permit. Despite Rubbermaid’s claims, it was indeed waterlogged- this made deconstruction somewhat harder and heavier, not to mention messy. However, on my existing working shed, I noticed that the loop for which the lock is to be attached is actually cracked all the way through. My units were nestled under the roof’s outcropping along the back of the house to provide additional protection from rain, sun, and unwanted visitors.
In addition, large rubber-coated hooks were added to the upper insides of the unit that are perfect for holding twine, hanging baskets, and short-handled tools.


On average days I would go out back to find the unit completely open with the door leaning. On windy days, the door entirely blew off, exposing my tools to the elements (quite a few of my tools rusted in this manner), and advertising to my neighbors a free collection of tools and gardening products.
However, this is also a testament to the individual craftsman who measured and installed the shelves. It did take two people to fully dissemble and I would recommend two to assemble, but one skilled person can probably do the job. The unit is comprised of seven pieces, the top piece being heavy enough that I could only drag it to the curb with assistance.



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