The whole range of Rubbermaid storage sheds are generally of a great size, but they obviously vary depending on what you're after. You may find that you do not need to go for the actual largest storage shed Rubbermaid offer, and that even one of the smaller models will be adequate for you.
So before you dive right in and start looking for a Rubbermaid large storage shed, it's worth bearing a few things in mind. In this article we'll cover some things to consider, helping you come to a more informed decision as to what's right for you:
You Get What You Pay For:
Generally speaking, as with most things, a larger storage shed will cost more than a smaller shed, and the larger you want, the more you'll have to pay. So what is your budget? Rubbermaid sheds are actually very reasonable in cost so even the largest of models are not a ridiculously price, but you'll obviously need to find one in your particular price range.
Where Will The Shed Be Situated?
The actual size of the shed is one thing, but where it's going to be located is another. Obviously a Rubbermaid large storage shed will need to actually fit where you want it, but at the same time, not look out of place. You'll be able to view the measurements of each shed before you buy them, so be sure to take advantage of that. Also ensure that wherever the shed is located, that you'll be able to open the doors! It's an easy mistake to make!
Horizontal Or Vertical?
Rubbermaid offer both horizontal and vertical sheds, and what's most suitable largely depends on what you'll be storing, where the shed will be located, and personal preference. The horizontal sheds are better for certain items such as lawn mowers, where the vertical sheds are able to have shelves in. There is no right or wrong option, but you'll definitely want to consider both.
So these are some of the things to think about and questions to ask yourself when looking for a Rubbermaid large storage shed. One particularly good shed is the Rubbermaid slide lid which, with approximately 92 cubic feet, is large enough to contain a complete push lawn mower, and that's without collapsing it!