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Lifetime 6405 Outdoor Storage Shed with Window, Skylights, and Shelving, 8 by 10 Feet
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- Item may ship in more than one box and may arrive separately. This outdoor storage shed must be built on a flat level foundation of wood or concrete
- 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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From the manufacturer
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
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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.
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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.
I built pad as instructed by Lifetime and even put blocks under corners and down the middle from front to back. Absolutely level and true. It was ready when shipment arrived.
Instructions are very poorly written and many details left out. Whoever wrote them has no clue or training in writing instructions/manuals. Had to review many videos on internet and Lifetime website. All helpful but still missing the detailed information that would make this shed easier to put together. Videos show how easily (ha ha) the walls and corners are to put together with each panel 'snapping' loudly together. I had three actually make a 'snapping noise' during the assembly. (Note: if walls male plugs are fitted into the wider end of slots then slide forward, no Snapping Noise will result. Had to cut out excess plastic in some holes in order for wall to fit.) First corner put in okay and long side with window panel okay until I tried to put in second corner panel. The slots for the male end of panel to snap into the female floor holes were 11/2 inches too short. In other words, the top male plug needed a longer/wider hole to fit into. Took wall apart three times and used rubber mallet to make sure the panels were tight together (per Lifetime customer service). Most panels DID NOT snap into slots as instructed by Lifetime. Using a mallet I was finally able to put second corner piece in floor section. So far, just for the shed assembly, three hours with wife helping. Finished all walls and had a friend join us (who had previously put one together) to put in roof and door. Pad and floor still perfectly level and true at this point. This is important as this is the last time the shed is level.
Many holes for screws were not finished. For example, many still had hard plugs in the area where it should have had a hole. Quality control seems lacking at factory as processing equipment is not producing product correctly. Had to drill, punch out and cut out these plugs to assemble the trusses and roof.
Started assembling shed 6 a.m. and finally finished around 2:30 p.m. This plus about six hours, minimum, to build pad for shed.
Some problems with trusses but relatively easy to fix. Roof was difficult to assemble as many holes did not match up when attaching the shingle panels. Remember, the shed pad and floor were level and true after walls were put up. But, the roofing material and trusses had to be pulled and pushed around to fit the walls thus moving tops of wall panels in and out. This caused everything to no longer be level or true as the walls were now not true and when roof was put on, the floor rose up a very small amount on outside edges causing everything not to be level. The two biggest problems are one; putting the doors on and making sure that they fit and are level. The other problem is that whenever you put something relatively heavy (25 lbs. for example) in the shed the floor is no longer level and the doors are no longer level and true and will not close until adjusted. This requires continued application of shims under certain areas of floor (per Lifetime instructions). With this being a forever problem, I will not be able to anchor shed to platform as the shed will not be level and the doors will NOT close.
The doors are poorly constructed. There is no real door frame built in to keep the doors level and true so the doors never close easily or in many cases at all. The tops of the doors are either out of level and have to be continuously leveled with shims (as instructed) and are always too close together where the edges are supposed to meet at the door locking mechanisms. Additionally, the bottom of the doors cannot and have never been straight and level. The bottoms always bump into each other making it very difficult to close together. Without a true door frame built in (and it would be easy to make this at the factory) and the gap between the doors where they close not adjustable (only tops and bottoms can be adjusted not the width between the two door panels) because the roof assembly has caused the walls to bow in and out a little, thus lifting the edges of the floor a fraction of an inch off the pad/platform, there will ALWAYS be problems with the doors. A hard door frame would alleviate this problem. The vertical gap between the doors is also very small (wider at the top then at the bottom) making the doors difficult (sometimes impossible) to close. Additionally, the door handle locking plates stick out more than 1/4" on each door edge (right door and left door where they come together) preventing one from either closing the door (when doors are out of level daily) or having to slam door while pushing/pulling right door to the right. These two plates always bump into each other and never slide by each other as they should. (Again having a true door frame would prevent this problem.)
I want to anchor the shed to platform (per Lifetime instructions) but am concerned that by doing so I will NOT be able to put shims under shed to keep the doors level. I might try to anchor shed in the future and hope the doors work afterwards. I'll update this review when/if I do.
Hopefully, this shed will not melt in our hot climate, sometimes to 105 degrees.
Shed looks good.
Has good indoor height making it easy for six foot person to stand upright without bumping head.
Plenty of room for storage.
Better than the typical thin metal sheds that are really flimsy.
Not a very strong shed so don't put anything of real value in it.
Poor assembly instructions.
Walls bulge in and out easily (but do spring back) if they are touched or even if a light weight item is leaned against them.
Has not rained yet, but there is NO way that this shed will not leak. Even the instructions emphasize drilling multiple holds in platform/deck to allow for drainage.
Doors are hard to use/close and need constant adjustment and are very poorly designed.
Skylights are odd. Not transparent and same color as roof. If these are not skylights, then they are not needed and roof should be redesigned for easier assembly.
Need minimum of three people to assemble and even then not easy to assemble.
I've tried to make this an honest review with the goal of explaining problems and providing possible solutions.