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Handy Home Products Majestic 8 ft. x 12 ft. Wood Storage Shed
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Handy Home Products

Majestic 8 ft. x 12 ft. Wood Storage Shed

  • Includes transom windows, wraparound loft, and shelf/work surface
  • Easy Assembly - All parts are pre-cut & double doors are pre-hung
  • Customize - paint & shingle to match your home (sold separately)
$999.00 /each

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Designed for maximum storage potential, Handy Home Products Majestic 8 ft. x 12 ft. wood storage shed features an additional 48 sq. ft. of overhead storage space. The light brown wood siding allows you to customize your shed with paint and shingles to match your home (not included). This wide gable-style building also features 2 over-door transom windows and generous 7 ft. H sidewalls for extra headroom. Provides 768 cu. ft. of work space and storage capacity for tools, mower and more. The lockable door latch will help you feel safe and secure with your stored belongings.

  • All wood is pre-cut and ready to assemble
  • Pre-primed treated siding resists termites, rot and decay, nails, paint and shingles sold separately
  • Free treated wood floor frame is ready for plywood or OSB decking, not included
  • 768 cu. ft. storage capacity provides space to stow your gardening tools and yard equipment when not in use
  • All pieces are pre-cut and illustrated instructions are included
  • Includes 2 over the door transom windows
  • Oriented strand board/asphalt shingles help to protect against all types of weather door opening to accommodate most lawn tractors
  • Pre-assembled, pre-hung doors, with continuous hinges, feature a large 64 in. W x 72 in. H entryway
  • Includes 8 ft. shelf or work surface
  • Includes wrap-around loft for an additional 48 sq. ft. of overhead storage
  • Heavy duty locking handle will help make you feel safe and secure with your belongings
  • 10-year limited material warranty
  • Shipment confirmation of your order may take up to 5 business days, curbside delivery only
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Doyou have to paint the shed

Asked by: Jewell
No, you do not have to paint the shed.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-12-06

how long for a experianced carpenter to build?

Asked by: rlwilky
Took me 2 days to assemble it alone, had help with walls.
Answered by: smoke2570
Date published: 2016-10-27

floor frame info?

is the mentioned floor frame pressure treated 2x4's?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, Pressure treated 2X4's. They supply enough for a 16" on center floor. I purchased a few treated 2X4's to make it a 12" on center floor..
Answered by: Des1
Date published: 2016-11-07

What size is the kit as it comes from the store?? I'm trying to determine if I need a trailer to...

What size is the kit as it comes from the store?? I'm trying to determine if I need a trailer to pick it up.
Asked by: tb
Thanks for contacting us. The Majestic shed is 96" wide by 120" deep by 108" high. It is on a 4 x 8 pallet and weighs 1,204 pounds.
Answered by: HandyHomeProductsTeam
Date published: 2017-02-17
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Majestic 8 ft. x 12 ft. Wood Storage Shed is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 209.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I purchased this shed on 10/9/16 and it took me a week to build. The kit only had 4 straight boar... I purchased this shed on 10/9/16 and it took me a week to build. The kit only had 4 straight boards in it, the rest were warped or twisted. After a few trips to Home Depot to swap out twisted lumber for straight lumber I got annoyed with the process and decided to build it with what I was supplied with. I learned that it's very hard to build a shed square when all your lumber is twisted. One of the roofing boards was cut wrong, so I have a gap along the peak of the roof, which sucks, but I only had a helper for a couple of hours, so we had to make due and build it with what was supplied. In my opinion, after building this kit, I would say this is a $500 shed kit tops. If you pay more then that for it like I did, you will be very disappointed on what you wasted your money on. I sure hope the warranty covers building it with the twisted lumber supplied, because I have a strong feeling that this shed will not last long.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from majestic ehhh First of all, shed kit was delivered damaged by home depot, have pictures to back that up. A 4' x 8' roof piece on one side was cut wrong from manufacturer, was not cut square, which made it very frustrating when everything else fit pretty easily together, although flimsy. we had to work around badly cut piece on the roof and adapt, which was the worst area to get to. Why manufacturer didn't pack the floor piece on the top of package, I'll never know, it makes no sense that we had to unpack a couple of layers to get to floor, when the floor is supposed to be built first. why they don't say, if not installing on concrete foundation, that some cinder blocks and three or four 4" x 4" x 8" pieces are needed for sub floor, also. smh
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad decision Many of the boards (studs) were warped, twisted, as were some of the OSB panels. We had to replace some at the local lumber yard. Those we did end up using, caused out of square conditions in both the walls and the roof. The instructions were not always easy to decipher. One of the prior reviews stated that a couple in their 70s were able to complete the shed in a couple of days. Not the case with us, and we are not in our 70s. Perhaps these were contractors/carpenters with all of the required tools. I would not recommend this product to anyone. Very dissatisfied with the purchase.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great shed for the money! Be careful when you go to drill out the hole for the door han... This is a great shed for the money! Be careful when you go to drill out the hole for the door handle, using the measurements they supply, it is too close to the edge of the door frame, i moved the center to the right a 1/4 inch. They said you need 6 bundles of shingles, if you use Timberline Dimensional shingles, you will only need 4 bundles and have a few left over with very little waste. The floor frame is 24 inch on center, so you MUST use 3/4 plywood or your floor will be saggy. There are many places where they supply different size nails for construction, but i used screws for all areas and it went together seamlessly. I also installed roof vents to let the heat out. I have it so full already that I think I need another one!
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not that thrilled This should not have passed QC. The use of 2x3's instead of 2x4's should have been the first sign of "return this item" Looks like they just ripped 2x6's to save cost - most boards were warped - to the point that I spent over $75 in replacing them just to be able to build this. The shelves are about 3" to skinny to really be able to store anything. Be aware that you will probably spend another $20-30 on hardware (screws and nails) and $150 - $175 on roofing materials, trim paint and caulking - Overall, I should have spent a few dollars more and up-graded to the other manufacture and have a MUCH better product.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not The Greatest The shed is definitely a good value. Yes, there are other things you need to purchase but overall, it's not that expensive. I went to a Home Depot with at least 3 of these in stock and chose the best looking package. Even doing this there was concealed damage and there was a lot of water inside the package as well. One of the 4x8 sheets for the roof was damaged so I needed to purchase another one from Home Depot. Installation went fairly smoothly. My dad and I had everything finished but the shingles in 1 day. Some of the boards were warped, but we managed to use everything. Overall I'd recommend this product because of the value, but there are definitely things that could be improved.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good shed but lots of hidden costs I purchased this kit trying to save a little money by building it myself. After all was said and done I spent a lot more than the advertised price I paid for it! First off you have the choice to have it delivered or to pick it up from a store for free. The price was $899 on the website and the delivery charge was $199. When I looked for one to pick up from the store, there was one across town, but the price was then $999 when I selected to pick it up in the store. I ended up going with the delivery option, annoyed that I had to pay $100 extra dollars just to pick it up myself across town. I did a little research before-hand, but it is not obvious at all what is actually not included in the kit, but once you have the kit delivered you still need to purchase everything on the following list just to start: • Any tools you may not already have, including a square, tin Snips, chalk Line and shingle blades for utility knife • Pea Gravel (I used two, 40lb bags) • Solid Masonry Blocks (I used eleven, 4" blocks and twelve 2" bricks) • Stakes for leveling • Masonry Twine • 4"x4"x12' Treated Lumber • 3" Screws Exterior grade (1 Box) • 5/8 x 48 x 96" (5/8" OSB) Oriented Strand Board (x3) • 2" Hot Dipped Galvanized Box-Type Nails (1 Lb) • 3-Tab Shingles (5 Bundles) • Drip Edge (50 Feet) • #15 Roofing Felt (To cover 122 sq ft.) • 1" Galvanized Roofing Nails (4 lbs) For laying down shingles • 2 Gallons Exterior Paint • Acrylic latex exterior paintable caulk (3 Tubes) • 3" Nails (3 Boxes) • 2" Nails (4 boxes) • 1 Quart Trim Paint • Exterior rated wood glue I also decided to add a few extra items to the shed for functionality. • The doors swung back and forth when they are open, so I added some extra latches to hold them open. • I also added gutters and a rain barrel All in all, I spent another $650 on everything extra. So be aware that you're actually spending $1800.00 for the shed and other materials and then on top of that all the time and labor to put it up. That was about double what I was expecting to pay. Still less expensive that a lot of comparable sheds, but the hidden costs and gotchas gave me a bad experience. The shed itself went together relatively easily. I spent two evenings leveling out the site and prepping the location before the shed was delivered and then I was able to frame up the walls by myself in a full day once the kit came. It was delivered on a skid and was about 4'x8' by 3' tall and a little over 1200lbs. I don't have a construction background but the instructions were clear and I followed them step by step. Everything fit together really well and nothing was missing that was supposed to be there. I had three neighbors come over and they helped me assemble the rest of the shed. You'll need at least two people, but I would recommend three. We got the shed up in a full day. I spend a third day finishing the shingles and the roof and another day painting.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice shed, fit and finish were very good. Assembly went smoothly and the instructions were excel... Nice shed, fit and finish were very good. Assembly went smoothly and the instructions were excellent. Here are a few thoughts I'd like to share: 1. Spend a little extra and install the additional floor joists. It makes the floor much more solid. 2. We floored the shed as suggested in the instructions and glued sheet vinyl down for a nice waterproof surface that's easy to clean and quite attractive. 3. We found installing the two largest roof panels was much easier if you saw them in half lengthwise. 4. Buy, borrow or rent a framing nailer and collated 2" and 3" nails. It will speed the assembly dramatically. 5. We tired of trying to drive the phillips head screws with the bit slipping in the heads. We bought torks-head screws and problem solved!
Date published: 2016-12-19
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