Model # 60026

Internet #202080020

Lifetime 11 ft. x 21 ft. Storage Building with 9 ft. Wide Carriage Door
0081483003658

Discontinued Lifetime

11 ft. x 21 ft. Storage Building with 9 ft. Wide Carriage Door

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Product Overview

Store everything you need for work and play in one extra-large storage building. With the Lifetime 11 ft. x 21 ft. storage building, there’s plenty of room to store your recreational equipment alongside your lawn and garden equipment. There's also a shelving system and peg strips for organizing all your tools. The carriage-style door is a tri-fold design that allows you to open up the entire front of the shed for easy access. You’ll also appreciate the spacious headroom of this design as well as a total of seven windows and five skylights to let in plenty of natural lighting if you want to set up your own workshop. It is constructed from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic with sturdy steel reinforcements. These materials are UV protected, stain resistant, and rust resistant. Best of all, this storage building will never need painting. For routine cleaning, simply spray down with a hose. This Lifetime storage building is designed for the way you live: functionality, durability, and low maintenance. Compatible expansion kits are available to accommodate larger vehicles.

  • High-density polyethylene plastic and powder-coated steel
  • 11 ft. x 21 ft., total sq. ft.200.8, total cu. ft. 1,573.6
  • 108 in. W x 80 in. H extra large carriage-style doors with internal spring latch, interior deadbolts, and exterior padlock loop
  • 6-latch and lock shatter proof windows swing halfway open for ventilation, three stationary windows in door
  • Stain-resistant polyethylene plastic flooring, must be supported by a foundation
  • Two 30 in. x 14 in. shelves, two 16 in. peg strips with tool hooks
  • 2-large skylights, two screened vents
  • 10-year limited warranty
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)
21
Approximate Width (ft.)
11
Assembled Depth (in.)
252.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
112 in
Assembled Width (in.)
132.75 in
Door Opening Height (In.)
78
Door Opening Width (In.)
108
Door Opening Width (ft.)
6+
Exact Width x Depth
11 ft 0.75 in x 21 ft 0.75 in
Sidewall Height (in.)
77

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Floor Options
With Floor
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.)
2304
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph)
65
Number of Doors
1
Number of Windows
7
Product Weight (lb.)
1450lb
Returnable
90-Day
Roof Color Family
Brown/tan
Roof Material
Plastic
Roof Pitch
6:12
Shed Door Type
Sliding
Shed Features
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door,Shelving,Vents,Windows
Siding Color Family
Brown/tan
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)
1573

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Limited

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I put a window unit AC in the window? How well is it insulated?

Asked by: An
Yes, you can put an A/C unit in the window.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-04-12

So I need the slab to be poured at approximately 10 1/2ft wide an 20 1/2 correct?

Im Having the slab for this shed poured an wanted to be certain of the needed slab sized poured I will be going with a concrete ramp pour as well along the entire front
Asked by: Jeff
Yes, this unit will require a foundation as its installation site.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-03

What type of foundation does this require

what is the pouring dementions.
Asked by: Arm
The recommended foundation for the shed is a concrete or patio style foundation.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-23

if a buy the outside storage, whats include ? the asembly or just the shipping ? do i need to get somebody to assemble my storage, do i need tool?

Asked by: Anonymous
Assembly is not included. You will need a screwdriver and a hammer and an ability to follow very lengthy instructions.
Answered by: neumera
Date published: 2016-08-17
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Customer Reviews

11 ft. x 21 ft. Storage Building with 9 ft. Wide Carriage Door is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instant storage! We needed extra storage, fast. It's extremely important to put this on level concrete and we already had the space. It is made in the USA and of high quality. We hired two contractors to put it together and it took 3 full days. It is put together with screws which must be hand tightened to avoid melting the plastic or stripping the holes. In addition, this is not thoroughly waterproof out the box, which we required. I sealed the outside of all the windows and skylights with 100% 2x stretch exterior silicone. It's raining now and everything is dry inside. It's attractive too - we are very happy.
Date published: 2012-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Durable & Maintenance Free I bought my first Lifetime shed 9 yrs ago, it was an 8x10. I bought one of these 11x21 sheds last year and I absolutely love it! Assembly is a bit daunting but as long as you have or can build a level foundation for it to sit on it's really worth it. The best advice I can give for assembly is to be patient, don't completely tighten all the screws in the framing until you have it put together. It's much easier to tweak that way. A second person is essential when you are setting the trusses in place. I built mine last year and have had no problems with leaking anywhere. I did not use any additional sealers - I just made sure all the pieces fit together well and then finished tightening everything. I would highly recommend this building!
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from nice we bought the 11x21 shed and its great. yes make sure your floor is level. read the instruction first and they are in Box 1 of 5. it took 2 of us over three days just because we didn't want anything missing. its a sturdy, nice looking shed. very happy with it. Now the down fall about it, you have to open every box for the floor. each box have 2-4 pieces of the flooring, each box has the walls and the roof. they should have had one box all the floor and 1 or 2 boxes the walls and the roof. it was a big mess in the yard. but oh well its up.
Date published: 2015-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shed I like my shed but here's some "heads-up" advice. The 11x21 comes in 7 really big and heavy boxes... have help available. The instructions are in box 5 and they are basically well written (nice change). As you take out your "parts boxes" from each and every box, label them from which box you got it from - that in itself will save you hours later, they did not label the parts bags well with the instructions. The pieces are packed to conserve shipping space, not to make your job easier : ( so you'll need space to unpack everything and put all the like pieces together. One change I would make in the instructions is for roof assembly... put the roof peak piece on as you complete each section...the directions have you putting the peak on afterwards. I would also recommend buying a "wind gust" chain for the single door... use some of the left over 1/4" bolts and nuts to attach. Our hinges almost broke off entirely with the first gust when it was completed. I'm a fairly mechanical homeowner, but it took me and 2 college kids 3 days to finish it (1pm-7pm, 10am-6pm, and 9am-5pm). And you do need to have at least 3 people working on it together! Good luck and have fun!
Date published: 2011-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely Satisfied I am extremely satisfied with this building. After buying it I couldn't wait to get it built, after reading the instructions I figured it would take several days to assemble. I'm happy to say it took a day and a half with many breaks and other disturbances. The most upsetting thing about this product, it was delivered by UPS and they had no way to get it off the truck. We are talking 1500 pounds that were broken up between 6 boxes but they were still extremely heavy. As far as the assembly process, the instructions were clear and easy to follow. Most of the building can be assembled with one person but on occasion another person is needed. I would recommend using a hand driver when attaching the gables. Everything else goes together well with a power driver set on the lowest setting (depending on how powerful it is). The only thing I don't like about the structure is the way the front doors attach to the side walls. The front door unit weighs a lot and it is attached into nothing but plastic. On my unit the frame slipped down forcing me to have to shim the bottom brackets on the door frame, otherwise the door had a ton of drag on the bottom. The most difficult part of the assembly was the roof peak, I found the easiest way to attach these was to get another adult to reach through the already attached roof panels and put pressure on the piece you're working on. On a side note, while I was assembling the windows my kids decided to play in the shed and they were extremely loud, I finally said get out or I'm selling all of your toys and putting a hot tub and some tropical plants in here instead. Now I wish I had a bigger yard so I could put up another one of these buildings for a hot tub, oh well it was a nice thought at the moment. Maybe when they grow out of all the power wheels and other stuff I shoved in there I will turn it into a winter escape. Good luck with your building and hopefully you will be as happy as I am with this product.
Date published: 2010-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Spacious Just got our Lifetime shed up last week. I have my garage back. This shed can fit the kitchen sink too! My only worry was the slight bowing in the extreme heat but the walls and roof are steel reinforced throughout so there shouldn't be any structural integrity lost. You will need 2 for install, this is not a 1 man job. Instructions are decent but it helps to have someone that knows a think or two about construction to help. Love the finished product! Oh and We bought 4 of the longer 9 ft shelves to put in the truses so we can store stuff up there too. Works beautifully!
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from More like a garage than a shed! So far this product seems great. I purchased it to meet our growing storage needs at the Firehouse. This product is totally maintenance free and its very sturdy once fully assembled. It's very important that you build it on level ground. Make sure you have 2 to 3 people handy to build it. It's a full day or weekend project but the directions are pretty good. The only problem I encountered was that the directions were for the 11x11 so you have to multiply steps for the 21x11.
Date published: 2011-06-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice shed, but... If it was noted which box the directions were in would have been nice. Mine was in the door box, after I opened all the other boxes. Construction notes: Pay attention to the instructions on the foundation being level and square. If the base is not level, the wall panels will not fit right. If not square, the floor will not fit right. The shed went together ok. Once I figured out how to assemble the trusses, the rest of the trusses went together easily. To assemble the trusses, attach the peak last. On the two end trusses, install with the nuts to the end of the shed. That way the eve braces are easier to install. I assembled the shed by myself over three days after the floor was laid. Be prepared to install lots of screws by hand. Do not use an electric screwdriver or you will strip out the plastic nuts. If I could have ordered the kit without them, I would have. The positives: Nice looking shed and feels real sturdy. The negatives: The skylight is a pain to install. The smaller piece of the vented eve has the holes where the roof panel attaches are one inch off, both ends. The roof peak end cap does not fit at all. Some of the bolts used to fasten the door parts are too short and will not work. Do not overlap the seal on the skylight corners as the screws are not long enough to go through two layers of the seal. The window latches do not turn. You will either install them to allow the window to open or lock them shut. You will need a BIG MALLET to install the metal door edges. They do not slide on easily. Lastly, install the corner covers BEFORE installing the roof panels. If I had this to do again, I would install the shed on a slab. I used a cement block foundation with a 2x4 wood frame and 3/4 treated plywood as the sub floor.
Date published: 2013-10-21
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