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Lifetime 6405 Outdoor Storage Shed with Window, Skylights, and Shelving, 8 by 10 Feet
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- Interior Dimensions: 90" W x 114" L x 70" - 94" H
- Shed includes 4 large skylights allows natural light, 2 screened vents, 1 shatter proof window and customizable shelving system
- High arched, steel-reinforced doors offer a 4 foot wide by 6 feet high door opening, lockable doors with internal latching mechanism
- High-pitched roof support a-frame trusses provide 6 feet 8 inches of head room and the steep roof allows for quick drainage of rain and snow
- High density polyethylene floor included does not crack, chip or peel; slip resistant surface with beveled edge and is resistant to oil and stains
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We've come a long way since our beginning. It all started as an idea in a garage in Riverdale, Utah. Lifetime Products' founder was a father who simply wanted to build a better basketball hoop for his family.
His passion for innovation quickly expanded beyond his initial project, and he created a company in March of 1986 called Lifetime Products. The philosophy for the name, as well as the goal of the company, was to build durable lasting products for consumers.
Lifetime Products has become a world-wide trusted brand as it has broadened from basketball hoops, to picnic tables, and to folding tables and chairs. Now our sheds, kayaks, and more are leaders in their competitive markets. From those first years in Lifetime's history, the company has grown from 15 employees in a partial warehouse to over 1,500 employees — all over the globe.
8' x 10' Outdoor Storage Shed
Lifetime's 8-foot wide Outdoor Storage Sheds are the perfect solution to your storage needs. Built with durable, dual-wall high-density polyethylene, our sheds are steel-reinforced and low-maintenance. With various features including shatter proof windows, skylights, custom shelving, and much more, a Lifetime Shed is the perfect addition to your backyard.
- Sturdy Steel-Reinforced Construction
- Attractive Appearance and Design
- Dual-Wall High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Construction
- Heavy-Duty Steel Trusses Provide Additional Roof Strength
- Low Maintenance Design
- UV Protected to Prevent Weather Damage
- High-Pitched Roof Allows for Quick Drainage of Rain and Snow
- Lockable Steel-Reinforced Doors for Added Security
- Slip-Resistant High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Floor Protects Against Oil, Solvents, and Stains
- Customizable Shelving and Storage System
|Item Dimensions||26 x 32 x 96 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||6405|
|Shipping Weight||220 pounds|
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Sentinel, 8 x 10 Outdoor Storage Shed, of 71.3 square foot space. This unit is made in the U.S.A. and offers one Shatter proof window, Four Skylights, Two corner shelves, one 90" Shelf, two 32" shelves, one 22.5" x 22.5" wood pegboard strip w/tool hooks, two screened vents and floor. Constructed with powder coated steel A-frame roof trusses and internal wall structure of steel-reinforced double polyethylene panels. High grade metal screws ensure secure-fastened assembly. One shatter proof window opens half way for increased ventilation. Peak screen vent cap offers additional airflow. Low maintenance features include UV-Protection to help prevent fading and cracking, weather resistant seams help keep interior dry, stain resistant finish is easy to clean and never needs painting. Your yard is a jungle - its time to tame it with this year-round storage unit. 10 Year Limited Warranty thru Lifetime Products. Customer service information 1-800-225-3865 and www.lifetime.com.
Top Customer Reviews
The large back shelf and front corner shelves seem to be needed for structural support.
The shelves stick out about about a foot in the back. There are two corner shelves in the front by the door. Additional shelves are expensive.
Dimensions are based on the roof which over hangs slightly.
The procedure of screwing into plastic seems very "Mickey Mouse".
It was very easy to strip the plastic, I used a drill with a 25 step clutch, the clutch was set on 1. (Go slow)
Expansions to make the shed larger are available and are expensive.
Salesman told me it could hold 18 inches of snow, directions say 6 inches, and another reviewer complained about damage with 3-4 inches of snow.
Instructions were good, and fairly easy to follow.
The setup was time consuming but fairly easy.
The concrete base I placed it on was not 100% level (it is cracked) this made assemble more difficult but it turned out fine.
I would not lock anything in the shed and expect it to be very secure from theft.
The shed is relatively light and could be pushed around if empty. It is recommended that the shed be anchored.
1 Year update.
The shed has held together quite well. It has held up 4-6 inches a snow without issue and the snow sluffs off rather quickly. The wire shelving I have in the shed has crushed the floor in the area where they stand. The "skylights" are inadaquate the side windows are better, if I did add an extension I'd make sure it was the version with windows on it.
2nd Year update.
Dang, three updates now and some of you folks don't find this helpful? What do you want to know, post it in comments? Sometimes the top slide lock on the stationary door slips down and has to be pushed back into place. If you have something heavy leaning on the side of the shed it will bulge out a bit. Other than that it is doing fine.
5.5 year update
Going strong, not much has changed I plan to disassemble the shed and move it as we are moving.
7th year and after a move
I just moved it to our new house this summer, the move went reasonably well. I will attempt to do a proper update later and possibly with some pictures.
Update 6/2/14. I neglected to install the roof supports for the winter but it survived two heavy 10-12" snow storms. As others have said, the door latch is not a good design. I will be installing a latching door bolt. This is still a five star item.
The assembly instructions are detailed and understandable to the average weekend warrior (me). What parts and pieces to use for each step are easily identifiable. Reason is, each step has what is being assembled and what bag of hardware you'll use for that task..... not the part AA and screws BB with washer CC... bla, bla, bla, like everything else I've assembled... then you have to go back and figure out which screws, what nuts and what part they are talking about before you can even start the assembly of that piece! With this product it says part B36 (B36 is on a sticker on that piece, easy enough) but the hardware is also easy to id.... hardware bag B37, you open the bag and you know you have the right stuff... good to go. Let me say, there are a hundred screws of the same type that you'll use all over this thing but that doesn't matter because you'll open the bag they tell you and you know you have the right screws and the right quantity... genius! Follow the illustrations, don't skip steps, don't rush and it will all come together just as you hoped it would.
I'm not saying it's impossible, but if you said you assembled this thing yourself, with no one to "push a wall here while I get this screw in" or "hold this in place while I screw it together", etc, etc, then you're not a weekend warrior, you're some kind of alien with super long arms and incredible strength! It took my wife and I a full Saturday, good 10 hours putting it together. That was after we dug and laid the foundation the previous day.... dug up grass, created level base with sand, laid pavers (large), filled around pavers with sand, covered with 3/4 inch plywood.
Second, some people/directions say don't use a drill..... HA!! Are you crazy? Yes people, USE A DRILL. That being said, don't strip out the holes, remember what you're drilling in to, plastic! So gently snug up each screw nice and tight... you'll know what tight is, it's going all the way then a half turn more without stripping the hole and rendering the screw useless. If I didn't use a drill I'd still be out there, half way done! Get my point? Drill.... gooood.
As literally everyone else has said, level it, level it, level it. Oh yea, and level it. It will save you from having to do it later anyway and creating a lot move work than necessary.
So all that being said, go buy this shed. I think you'll be glad you did after it's all put together and you realize how well constructed this thing really is. Now it's ready to house all the junk in the garage so you can go out and buy more junk to store in the garage! ;-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my 3rd Lifetime shed. First was 7 x 8, next was 8 x 12.5 and third one is 8 x 12.Read more