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How to Assemble a Rubbermaid Storage Shed


11 Best Rubbermaid Storage Sheds




We present to your attention the 11 best rubbermaid storage sheds 2017.

1) Rubbermaid 4’7-by-36-by-28-Inch Storage Shed | 2) Rubbermaid 3748 Horizontal Storage Shed | 3) Rubbermaid Outdoor Horizontal Storage Shed, Large, 32 | 4) Rubbermaid Outdoor Slide-Lid Storage Shed, 96 | 5) Rubbermaid Plastic Large Outdoor Storage Shed,159 | 6) Rubbermaid Plastic Large Vertical Outdoor Storage Shed, 52 | 7) Rubbermaid Roughneck Plastic Medium Vertical Storage Shed,106 | 8) Rubbermaid 7 ft. x 7 ft. Big Max Storage Shed | 9) Rubbermaid Plastic Vertical Outdoor Storage Shed | 10) Rubbermaid Plastic Small Outdoor Storage Shed | 11) Rubbermaid Outdoor Vertical Storage Shed, Plastic, 17 |

Rubbermaid outdoor storage sheds are designed to provide secure, dry storage for lawn and garden supplies, sports equipment, or even your garbage cans. To keep those items safe from theft, the doors on most models of Rubbermaid sheds are lockable. The storage sheds are made from maintenance-free material that will not rot or fade when exposed to the elements. It takes only a few tools and not much time to assemble one.

Step 1

Select a spot on your lawn to place your shed. It should be flat, level, and have good drainage.

Step 2

Place the roof panel on its side and have a helper hold it in place. Place the right-hand side wall (all parts are marked) on its side and line up the tabs in the wall with the slots in the right-hand side of the roof panel. Push the wall into the roof panel until it snaps into place. Repeat for the left-hand side wall.

Step 3

Lay the back wall panel between the side walls. Make sure the words “back panel” are facing upright. Push the tabs in the back wall panel into the slots in the roof panel until it snaps into place.

Step 4

Slide the floor panel in between the side panels and push it down until the tabs in the floor panel snap into place on the back wall panel. Make sure the word “floor” on the floor panel is facing upward toward the roof panel. Use a rubber hammer and lightly tap the floor panel until it snaps into place if necessary.

Step 5

Stand the shed assembly in an upright position in your desired location, with help from an assistant.

Step 6

Place the upper hinge pin of the right-hand door into the hole at the top of the shed opening on the right hand side. Swing the bottom of the door into place and allow the lower hinge pin to drop into the bottom hole of the opening. Repeat for the left-hand door.

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