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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

$64800 /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
  • Click to find out more about buying outdoor storage sheds

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have a ~7' deep x ~8' wide x 8' high resin shed on wood treated wood foundation using 2" x 6"...

I have a ~7' deep x ~8' wide x 8' high resin shed on wood treated wood foundation using 2" x 6" boards. I need more space and looking to build or install a side shed on one side wall of the resin shed. What sort of foundation does this shed come with? Would it be possible to install and secure this shed to one side of a resin shed with a wood foundation on cement blocks.
Asked by: askingquestions
The shed comes with a metal frame foundation kit designed to sit on either a concrete pad or a wood frame. I installed mine on marine plywood on a 2 X 4 frame supported by concrete foundation blocks. You should be able to tie it into your existing shed, but you would have to figure out the method and hardware.
Answered by: Walt
Date published: 2017-05-31

Need to know if this shed is available to mount opposite to the option in the picture.

Need to know if this shed is available to mount opposite to the option in the picture.
Asked by: jake
Yes. Just choose the alternate plans, in the box. Everything you need to do it are included.
Answered by: bigyeags
Date published: 2017-04-03

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: 2017-06-17
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Customer Reviews

Sidemate 4 ft. x 8 ft. Vinyl Shed with Foundation is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 51.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A quality built vinyl shed, our 2nd. ... A quality built vinyl shed, our 2nd.
Date published: 2017-05-09
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
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Satisfied but not for all locations Opened the box and was horrified by how flimsy it appeared and disappointed. Parts were not clearly marked and despite assembling numerous shed's etc the directions could have been better but were okay. The products was so flimsy and hard to keep standing (read this as need minimum of two , three people would be better) until the roof supports were on. Suddenly the shed was feeling like a shed. When the roof pieces went on we were quite happy. One piece of 3/4 inch ply for the floor, caulking for the screw holes in the roof and a can of great foam to seal any and all gaps that mice could get into we were content. Will work well in our protected location. I would not recommend this if it were to be installed on any type of a windy location even with installing the recommended tie downs. Liked that all holes lined up during installation, and that we could decide which side to install the door.
Date published: 2014-09-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased, now that it is built. Laughing hard at some of these reviews. No this shed is not really easy to put together. I did not have the problems some people had, though. I built a foundation out of pressure treated 2x4s and 3\4" pressure treated plywood and made sure it was level. I made sure my u-channel base was square and measured right. After that it was just a matter of assembling the hundred or so pieces using the several hundred fasteners. Take the time to really study the directions. Now that it is finished (4-5 hours), it seems really sturdy and should be very waterproof.
Date published: 2015-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great problem solver I think that this is a brilliant design. We have a small yard and I didn't think a shed would fit. Because of the "fits next to your house" design, we we're able to put it next to the house in the side yard and still have room to get by. I find the shed reasonably sturdy and we reeinforced the foundation with concrete at suggested. I love the shed. If I could improve it my only imput would be 1)clearer directions, they got difficult at points, but we made it work. and 2)choice of colors, because not everybody likes beige :)
Date published: 2010-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A perfect fit We needed a storage shed on the side of our yard that didn't show from the front. The dimensions of this one were perfect! It's not so tall that it shows over the fence yet (after we built some shelves for it) holds a considerable amount of stuff. The directions were pretty straight forward although we did manage to mess up once. After retracing our steps however, we figured out where we went wrong. Really a two person job with one possessing a little "know how"... :)
Date published: 2016-07-09
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