|Color: Desert tan and dark brown||Material: Plastic; Metal|
|Hardware Material: Stainless Steel||Weather Resistant: Yes|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Fade Resistant: Yes|
|Insect Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Rot Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Mildew Resistant: Yes||Shed Type: Garden Shed|
|Ventilation: Yes||Door Style: Double Door|
|Padlock Compatible Doors: Yes||Lock Included: No|
|Windows Included: Yes||Floor Included: Yes|
|Wind Rating MPH: 65||Year-Round Use: Yes|
|Roof Style: Gable||Skylight: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 10 Year limited|
Nice looking and sturdy.
Joe from W Texas – Verified Buyer
I was in the market to replace my rusted aluminum shed for over a year. This lifetime shed had the style that looked great with the height dimensions that lets a 6' 1" guy like me walk in comfortably. Here are the answers to some of the questions I had that didn't get resolved until it arrived. It does not come with the wood base to set it on. You have to buy it at the lumber store. I had a cement slab put in with 24" overhang in front so the doors would swing open all the way. The doors swing about 24" out. It comes with two side shelves and 2 small corner shelves. I was able to put it together myself in a day and a half (off and on). The floor is a bouncy (hollow-ish) black plastic - not rubber. In the back there is a small window that slides open. I put mine on the left side. It can go on either side. Yes, there are extra parts. The top and front windows do not open. TIP!! - The first several instruction pages involve assembling the truss. This is time consuming. I recommend working on as much of this as you can in your garage during the evening or when you have spare time before the big construction day. It will save you bunch of time. I could have finished in less than a day. Like everyone else my doors did not line up correctly. The package comes with wooded shivs to adjust them. You will know what I'm talking about when you see it. I inserted one under the floor, as the instructions said, and two others on top where the left door attaches to the frame. It worked out better for me that way. Depending on how yours lines up it may be different. The doors operate very smooth now. Overall it looks great, plenty of head room, seems sturdy. Hopefully the skylights will hold up to hail. Enjoy!
Patience is a virtue
TylerP from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Bought the 8 x 10 shed in Canada for much less. Note: This retailer only offered the two 90" shelves at this price! It took 3 of us 6 full hours to assemble. You REALLY need a cement pad or very flat surface. Use longer screws than provided to keep the floor from separating. If setting up on soil or grass it is better to use a screen underneath the floor before you begin assembly to prevent weeds coming up. If you are assembling near a fence or in a corner then make sure you assemble those sides first and leave the easily accessible area to the last. While it will look daunting at first... it is probably the best ready-to-assemble kit ever produced. Assembling the door lock was the most difficult part and if you see one already set up, I would take a closeup picture of it to aid in assembly. Lastly, the one I saw set up had a tear in the top of the hinge on the right door(not a manufacturing defect) The doors were left blowing in the wind so be cautious that you don't leave the doors open! I set a brick outsided the door to prevent it from fully opening. If you are not able to secure the shed down I saw the model had four patio stones placed inside, in each corner - brilliant simple solution. This is worth every penny and once you have it set up you will see that it will last a LOT longer than the warranty is for. If you decide to pick it up note that it WILL fit inside and 8ft empty pickup truck box and you will be able to close your tailgate.
You have my approval
Dan from Long Island NY
Important, just as everyone else said, makd sure the foundation is level. I made mine with PT 2x4's on top of leveled cinder blocks. The shed is strong enough for what it's made for (storage). It's water tight and even though we have had amild winter, strong enough to handle snow as it's rated. It too longer to assemble than I thought but my wife helped me. (enough said). She's not mechanically enclind, but a great cook. I bought my Lifetime shed on line, sight unseen. But I noticed other sheds set up in stores which I could inspect and I could set how much stronger the lifetime shed is built. I'm very happy (so far) with my choice. One more note: I wouldn't even think of screwing this together with out the add of a cordless screwdriver. There are hundreds of screws to insert. Just make sure you set your driver to the proper torque.
Just What I Was Looking For!
LizzieBug from Aliquippa, PA – Verified Buyer
I had purchased a large Lifetime garden shed in a different style several years ago and was very pleased with it especially when it held up to a record breaking snowfall. When I wanted something to use as a combination shed, one I could use for potting and for storage I decided to get another Lifetime product. This shed fit the bill perfectly. I have plenty of room for a potting bench and for storing flower pots, garden tools, lawn mower, etc.. My husband and I put this together in one weekend. As long as you start with a level surface it goes together rather easily. The skylights and three windows offer plenty of light and are a nice added feature. I was a little concerned about the skylights leaking but we've had several heavy rains and they did not leak a drop. I am very pleased with my purchase.
Brandon from West Palm Beach, FL – Verified Buyer
I have set this shed up for a living space, it has worked out great, keeps rain and bugs out after sealing a few small openings around the unit. Pros: big, sturdy, easy to set up Cons: plastic, rain can be loud when your sleeping inside.
Christopher from NY – Verified Buyer
Shed was shipped in 2 boxes that must have weighed 300 lbs each. Have someone there to help you from beginning to end. You'll be left with a great looking shed at the end of the day. Just don't rush the installation. It's simple enough for an amateur to install.
Khamphao from Woonsocket, RI – Verified Buyer
Easy to set up be myself with no one help around it well took me 10 hrs of work if the parts was not broken on the shipping and sent me with the wrong parts,But call lifetime custom support they respon very quick call tuesday got my part friday was done in 3hrs to put them in.
I love my shed! <3 :)
Sydcel from Bowie, MD – Verified Buyer
I ordered this shed to store my lawn equipment/tools, bicycles, and deck furniture during the off season. It is very roomy, and everything fits great! The shelves that came with it are very useful in storing smaller items, like gardening tools/gloves. The only thing that disappointed me was the size of the peg-board that came with it. There's not enough space on the board to utilize all the hooks, especially if you actually plan on hooking items to the hooks, but I'm sure I could order additional peg-boards and spread the hooks out. Assembly was easy - like a big puzzle. I built it almost entirely by myself, with some assistance from my 13 year old son. I agree with all the comments that I've read here that you absolutely MUST start with a level foundation, otherwise things just don't quite line up right. My only other recommendation would be to do it on a cooler, less-humid day than I did. Had I built it on a 70 degree day I would have actually had a good time. :)
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Joe from New Bern, NC – Verified Buyer
excellent 10 x8 big looks pretty looks.happy for storages & tracker.
Ken Zayetted from Sudbury Ontario
This is a great shed. Lots of work to put up but looks great. Follow instructions and it will go well Everything you require is in the boxes