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DuraMax Model 00111 8x6 DuraMate Vinyl Storage Shed

by Duramax
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Price: $718.75 & FREE Shipping
Usually ships within 6 to 10 days.
Ships from and sold by Competitive Edge Products.
  • 8'x6' DuraMate one of the most popular sellers is ideal for most backyards as the shed was designed to meet the height requirements for most communities featuring wide 61" double doors with padlock eyes
  • Vinyl shed reinforced with metal inserted columns for even greater strength and rigidity make this shed stronger than ordinary plastic sheds
  • Vinyl is all weather, fire retardant and more durable with a longer life, greater long term value and maintenance free - shed will not fade, rot or mildew like a wood and will not rust or corrode like a painted metal
  • Wind tested to 115 MPH when anchored to ground and tested for 1000# snow load
  • Assembles in three to four hours with two people - all parts are pre-cut, drilled and numbered so only tools needed are drill with #1 phillips head, hammer, measuring tape, pliers and a ladder
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 94.2 x 63.1 x 73 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 215 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0001NLOR4
  • Item model number: 00111
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #148,734 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

DuraMax Model 00111 8'x6' DuraMate Vinyl Shed is ideal for most backyards. Shed was designed to meet the height requirements for most communities. It features wide 61" double doors with padlock eyes. Optional foundation and window kits are available. DuraMax Stronglasting vinyl sheds offer the most important factor needed when considering the purchase of a shed whether it is for storage or any other use - strength, durability, attractiveness, size, value for the money and low maintenance. They offer all weather vinyl exterior which is light colored and has a "siding like" grain pattern on the walls, a roof truss steel support system, sturdy steel reinforced wall columns, fire retardant vinyl which is exclusive to DuraMax, wide and tall double doors. Their most consumer friendly feature all starts with their state of the art engineering - each shed is modularly designed with purchase decision, shipping, and building it already in mind. Sheds are available in many sizes to fit many needs; they ship compactly in own box; all parts are pre-cut, pre-drilled, and labeled for easy sorting and assembly. US Polymers Inc. is the largest plastic extruder in the world, every product is backed with warranty and full customer support.

Customer Reviews

It was surprisingly easy.
Michael A. Kuszpa
It would be nice if the instructions made a point of warning us to take special care on the parts that are especially prone to miss that.
ChicagoLarry
You must have a level foundation or the door will not close right and some of the roofing pieces will not lock in right.
DOC

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Kuszpa on December 14, 2010
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This shed is awesome! I put it up in about 4 hours alone. That did not include the 3 hours it took me to make a plywood platform or the good hour and 10, yes 10, tubes of silicone caulk I used to seal it. (Overall time, 8 hours of labor).

I'm not one who generally uses instructions since I know instructions are not usually written by the person or people who actually designed the product. I used the provided instructions for a guide, they worked good enough. I did have to redo a couple steps, but it didn't bother me. Things like this are like a jigsaw puzzle, just have fun with it and you'll be OK.

Once you get the box near to where you're going to set up the shed, the parts are all lightweight and easy to move. After you figure out how a couple panels fit together, it's really simple. Even the roof was not hard. After reading a couple reviews on other websites I thought this thing would be really hard to set up. It was surprisingly easy. I've built playhouses and tree houses from scratch, taught myself how to weld, extensively modified my own vehicles, and have commanded counter-insurgency operations overseas with special forces. So, what is sometimes easy for me, may be hard for you.

The one thing I did NOT like about the shed were the two flimsy and cracked skylight panels (yes, mine arrived cracked, but I fixed them with caulk). You also have to use a whole lot of silicone if want this shed to be water tight.

But, this shed does not look cheap like a metal one, the panels are light and won't cut your hands like a metal shed, this shed won't rust, and it won't cost you an arm and a leg like a good wood shed. I love it for storing my yard equipment and pool supplies. It's nice to no it won't be degraded by chemicals like chlorine. It's also pretty sturdy and I have walked on it without falling through the roof, so that seems like a good sign.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Seaquinn on February 16, 2012
I have had one of these sheds for over five years. It has been just fine. I am NOT a handyman, and when putting it together the first time I cursed a bit, but then it all came together just fine. We live in San Diego and it has had years of sunshine beating on it. It still looks just fine and it is strong and does exactly what we ask of it. It stores many bikes, back-up water supplies, boat parts, etc.... and like I said, we now are buying a second one. The second one is for Additional storage, not to replace the original, but just because we like the look, size, quality, price, etc...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G McCabe on March 25, 2012
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After reading the other reviews I decided this looked like the best shed for the money. Although the shed came with what seemed like a gazillion parts, the instructions were great and it did go together without any problems. In fact, instead of having to call for missing pieces like on most products, I appreciate that they included EXTRA pieces where the material joined up on the corners. I didn't buy the base but did end up building one. You'll definately need to have a base. We have strong winds so it has to be held down. It looks great.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DOC on November 27, 2012
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The shed looks good and isn't hard to assemble. I assembled it with my neighbor in about 3 hours. The most important thing is the foundation. You must have a level foundation or the door will not close right and some of the roofing pieces will not lock in right. Start with a solid level foundation and everything else will be easy.

One thing that I dislike is the door height. The doors are rather low and directly on the inside of the door is a beam. I am 5'10" and have banged my head on the beam at least 5 times since I've purchased it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ChicagoLarry on October 5, 2012
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I basically have high marks for this shed, if you just need to get things out of the rain or to tidy things up (if having a shed in your yard can be considered tidy). Just keep in mind that a thief would have little problem getting into it. I think they could make it a little bit more of a challenge to thieves if they made the locking part metal instead of plastic that a simple pair of pliers could probably destroy in a flash. (One could also simply bash the side in, or cut the thin vinyl sheathing, I suppose.) So if you need good security, this isn't it.

I can't speak to how it lasts over time, as I just put mine up. Count on a full day to assemble it. You'll do best with a couple of extra hands at times. Note that you need to build your own floor (ordering some of the parts for that is an option).

I liked the shipping charge of about $6 through Amazon, when other vendors wanted $200 for shipping. It was a heavy box. I feared there might be some missing pieces, given that I was buying from Overstock, but everything was there.

Follow the directions to a tee and be especially careful when installing the roof beams to make sure the right holes are facing in the right direction. It's easy to overlook checking holes in the middle of a piece when you're not aware there are holes there that you'll be needing later. It would be nice if the instructions made a point of warning us to take special care on the parts that are especially prone to miss that.

The directions were among the best you'll find on anything needing assembly. I only found a couple of minor errors that didn't take much to figure out. Just be sure you don't jump ahead and install something not in the right order as prescribed, especially the roof sheathing.
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