Model # 00614

Internet #100659519

Duramax Building Products Sidemate 4 ft. x 8 ft. Vinyl Shed with Foundation

Duramax Building Products

Sidemate 4 ft. x 8 ft. Vinyl Shed with Foundation

$648.00 /each

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Product Overview

The 4 ft. x 8 ft. Sidemate is designed to lean up against the side of your home. The generous 8 ft. depth gives you a large 172 cu. ft. of storage space in a narrow side corridor of your home. The Sidemate is built to last with the toughest all weather durable.

  • All-weather durable, long lasting and maintenance free vinyl
  • Won't rust, rot, dent or mildew
  • Never needs painting
  • Reversible left or right door option
  • Wide 30 in. door opening
  • Strong metal structure tested for 20 lbs. per sq. ft. snow load
  • Shelves can be mounted to steel reinforced columns
  • Includes ventilation kit
  • Door handle includes padlock eye to secure shed
  • Vinyl is fire retardant (unlike plastics)
  • Vinyl is stronger and more durable than ordinary plastics
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is exact outside width. I have 3'10.5".

Asked by: Doug
Answered by: Duramax Customer Support
Date published: 2016-11-04

Can this be purchased without the foundation ? What would be the price

Asked by: Jeff
The 4x8 Sidemate is pre packaged with the foundation kit. We do not have a unit without the foundation kit but you can always discard it as its not needed to install the shed if you have your own wooden or concrete platforms
Answered by: Duramax Customer Support
Date published: 2016-10-24

Is this sturdy enough to mount a bike to the wall?

It's recommended that you do not store a bicycle on its tires long-term.
Asked by: Sgrams04
Only if you add wood and mount the bike to the wood. I added a 2 x 3, 8 foot piece of wood.
Answered by: Trenti
Date published: 2016-12-27

bottom frame??

Do I need to buy floor frame kit ? if so What size?
Asked by: miki
The frame kit is included with the shed. All that you need would be plywood or finish off with other material to lay over the frame kit
Answered by: Duramax Customer Support
Date published: 2017-01-06
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Customer Reviews

Sidemate 4 ft. x 8 ft. Vinyl Shed with Foundation is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice little shed This is a nice little shed, but it is light duty. Will be great for keeping tools dry, but hanging items on walls is iffy. You will need two people to construct it; one holds the walls up while another is fastening screws. Took 2 of us about 5 hours to complete. I set mine on a border of masonry steppers and it seems fine that way.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad for the price It took a lot longer to put it together than expected, then it was a little cheaper quality than we had thought but for $400 for something that will probably last about 5 years if you break it down that way it was a pretty good value.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The shed was straightforward to assemble and the instructions were very complete. It can be done... The shed was straightforward to assemble and the instructions were very complete. It can be done by one person, but I would recommend two people. It looks good against my house and serves the purpose well.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The assembly directions made it difficult to assemble. Directions didn't fit with the product. On... The assembly directions made it difficult to assemble. Directions didn't fit with the product. Once put together it is a nice unit.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tips on Assembly I am just an average person with average skills and knowledge on using tools. I have never assembled a shed before and this project took me about 6 hours to complete by myself. Assembly will be much quicker and easier if you can obtain additional help Tip #1. Before staring the assembly, organize the pieces . There are many pieces to this kit and organizing and being familiar with the pieces will help . Have painters tape and a marker to help mark some of the parts. Tip#2. Instructions for assembly consist of a booklet with step by step illustrations. Be patient and match parts exactly as shown in the illustrations. Check and double check part numbers which will be on an attached tape or stamped into the part itself. Tip #3. A cordless drill / driver is a must and will make assembly a lot easier. Be sure to have at least two fully charged batteries as there are a lot of screws to drive. Tip#4. All screws are Philips head so be sure you have good, proper sized Philips head drivers and screw drivers. Tip #5. Whether you are assembling by yourself or with others, have ladders, saw horses or similar items to help assist with propping up the walls during assembly. The walls tend to be quite weak and wobbly during the initial stages of assembly due to lack of frame support. Without support, the walls will bend over and possibly cause damage to the frame. Windy weather also amplify this condition. This project was very satisfying when completed. The shed is beautiful, functional and well worth the money. Read Less
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Big Disappointment Holes in the plastic rarely ever lined up with the holes in the steel parts; fit-ups were very difficult and required much force. Poor fit of blocks CCF into the corners of posts CCS meant that the screws S2 were far too short to reach the steel inner post. Molded plastic blocks did not fit the shaped sections well at all. Markings on the parts came off many pieces in early handling, were very difficult to see on many others. Poorly done! The internal steel bracing strips are far too flexible to be able to add the needed stiffness to the wall panels. I was only able to complete the walls by adding additional wooden braces. The "foundation kit" that is included is a joke. It is such light gage sheet metal that it would never support a floor load placed upon it. It might be useful as a jig for placing into a poured concrete base (which I did not do). The instructions consist almost entirely of "wordless wonder" diagrams -- the sort where you say, "I wonder that that was supposed to mean?" Urgently needs supplemental notes.
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Size for Space Many of the previous reviews indicated that the setup was difficult and too many pieces. I found the opposite. The pieces were marked very well and the fit was almost perfect when assembled. The base took about 30 minutes to assemble and the shed itself about 2 hours with 2 people. I also built a wood base in addition to the metal one that came with the shed and set it on 6 footings. The fit beside my house was perfect and the versatility to put the door on either side made this a win.
Date published: 2012-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than it seems I'm a 40 year old female who isn't exactly a construction worker and I was able to assemble this on my own. Although, I'd definitely recommend a buddy system. It took me about 5 hours total (had to quit due to darkness and it took me two days). You need plywood and silicone to round it out. Also, you will need a step ladder and a power drill to put it together. Don't try to do it with a manual screw driver. The metal frames slide up and down in the plastic a little, so you might need to adjust the plastic covers to get the screw holes to line up. Otherwise, I didn't have much trouble getting things to line up except for two of the final pins on the roof sides. Again, it would have been nice to have another set of hands to help line things up easier, but I managed without too much difficulty. As for the use of it: it is more stable than I expected. I think the one set up at the Home Depot wasn't constructed well and appeared really flimsy. It isn't exactly the sturdiest thing ever, but it will do the job of being the outdoor storage area I need. I will update my review if anything bad happens in the long run.
Date published: 2015-01-06
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