What to look for in Suncast Cedar Freestanding Organizer Garden Bench?
MULTI-PURPOSE OUTDOOR BENCH: Comes in a natural finish that's ready to be painted or stained to match your existing outdoor furnishings SPACIOUS STORAGE: Includes 2 shelves to provide plenty of space for your pots, plants, garden tools, and other essentials EASY ASSEMBLY: Pre-fabricated pieces make putting the bench together quick and convenient for easy setup DURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Constructed with durable cedar for long-lasting use in any weather IDEAL SIZE: Measures just 23.5" x 45.75" x 50" for versatile storage without taking up too much space
What is the advantage of this Suncast Cedar Freestanding Organizer Garden Bench?
Keep your potting gardening supplies organized with a beautiful cedar potting bench from Suncast. This outdoor garden potting table comes in a natural finish that's ready to be painted or stained. With multiple shelves, it gives you plenty of space to store potting soil, pots, hand tools, watering cans more. You'll have no problem keeping a clear clean planting station with this outdoor garden bench so keep your green thumb going with the Suncast Cedar potting bench. This bench is perfect to match any sort of outdoor decor, landscaping, and gardens.
Customer reviewsVery happy I bought this bench
Great bench The pieces are cut accurately, all the hardware was included and nothing was missing from the box. Assembly was super simple. I'm a small female and I assembled this bench by myself. There is a point where the instructions say you need two assistants, but this is bull dookey. Just get yourself a pile of something to hold that center bench in place while you secure it with the screws. I used a couple of plastic storage containers and then several books that lifted the shelf to exactly where I needed it. I didn't bother with all that measuring the legs and marking with a pencil the spots where the two lower shelves will go. It didn't seem necessary. At this point I used my level to be sure I was installing the shelf in exactly the right spot on all four corners. Using the level at this point in the assembly process is crucial. Without the level, I would have needed the pencil marks, and even then I'm not sure getting it level would be all that easy. Then I used the same technique for the bottom shelf, but I used taller plastic storage containers since I was dealing with a larger space. The bench is assembled upside down. Then you flip it over and attach the top piece with the shelf. I didn't find any of this to be very difficult, and when I got finished the bench was perfectly level and even. It's a sturdy bench and looks like it will last longer than I will. One thing -- the box is very heavy, way too heavy for me to carry myself, or even drag. I got past this complication by opening the box in my driveway and carrying the pieces a few at a time to the assembly site.