Lifetime 15 ft. x 8 ft. Outdoor Garden Shed-6446 - The Home Depot
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Lifetime

Model # 6446

Internet # 202080014

15 ft. x 8 ft. Outdoor Garden Shed


Lifetime 15 ft. x 8 ft. Outdoor Garden Shed
 

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

$1,697.00 / each
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 6446

Internet # 202080014

Don’t be fooled by the decorative design, this shed is tough. Constructed of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic and reinforced with powder-coated steel, this attractive outdoor shed is built to weather the storms. Keep all tools and garden equipment safe, dry, and conveniently located in the yard, where you use them. No more rummaging through the house or garage. Several shelving units and peg strips are included to help you keep your tools organized and right at your fingertips. Low maintenance weather resistant design prevents fading and cracking. Best of all, no painting required. Note: This shed must be built on a flat level foundation of wood or concrete (not included).

  • High-density polyethylene plastic and powder-coated steel
  • Dimensions :15 x 8 ft., total sq. ft. 108.75, total cu. ft. 749.5
  • One set of double doors with internal spring latch, interior dead bolts, and exterior padlock loop
  • Two latch-n-lock shatter proof windows with shutters are designed with polycarbonate panels that slide open for ventilation
  • Stain-resistant polyethylene plastic flooring ,must be supported by a foundation
  • Two 90 x 9 in. shelf, four corner shelves, two 16 in. peg strips with tool hooks
  • Six small skylights, two screened vents
  • 10 year limited warranty

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Shed Depth (ft.)  Approximate Shed Width (ft.)  15 
Assembled Depth (in.)  96 in  Assembled Height (in.)  96 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  178 in  Door Opening Height (In.)  76 
Door Opening Width (In.)  56  Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Product Depth (in.)  96  Product Height (in.)  96 
Product Width (in.)  180  Sidewall Height (in.)  76 
Details
Assembly Required  Yes  Floor Options  Yes 
Floor Options  With Floor  Foundation Included  No 
Lockable Door/Gate Latch  Yes  Number of Doors 
Number of Windows  Product Weight (lb.)  725 lb 
Returnable  90-Day  Roof Color Family  Brown/tan 
Roof Material  UV Protected High-Density Polyethylene Plastic  Roof Pitch  6:12 
Shed Door Type  Double  Shelving Included  Yes 
Siding Color Family  Brown/tan  Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)  749.5 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  10 Year Limited 

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 139 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LifeTime makes a GREAT Outdoor Garden Shed Because of my back problems, I had to have someone build a platform and put together this shed for me! The platform was built on Saturday when Home Depot delivered the shed and it was put together on Sunday!!! YES, one day, about 7 hours, one man with minimum secondary help from his daughter. It looks great, is solid as a rock with a SLIGHT leak from a SUPER driving rain coming in at the BOTTOM of the door. (Neighbors tree {huge limb} blew down, took out 2 sections of my fence 25 ft. from shed from this storm) Whew!!! July 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Aesthetically Close to Perfect! I spent a total of 19 hours (7 hours on the wood base; 12 hours on the storage shed) work hours on building the storage shed by myself with my 11 year old giving me some assistance. I built my shed on a wooden base and decided to keep it 12 inches from the ground. Building the roof was the most challenging part in my opinion. I ended up spending a total cost of $1400 (shed), $200 (additional Lifetime shelving and corner shelves), and $450 on pressure treated lumber for my base= $2050.00. I also covered the bottom perimeter of my base to make sure that it is protected from rodents etc and also built a ramp. With the shed complete, I store my snow blower, lawn mower, generator, a ping pong table (folded), power tools, and my work table on the other end with lots more space left! No regrets of making this investment! Now my garage has cleared up and this shed is a great addition to my backyard. January 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rain can blow under or over the door outside corners This is a follow-up to my review from a couple of days ago. I assembled the shed on July 4, 2013. I have since added a simple cinder block "porch". Yesterday we had our first heavy Texas rain storm since then. We got an inch of rain in a half hour...moderate for here. I had caulked all the floor seams inside and out. The shed stayed very dry except that water blew in under or over the doors at the bottom or top outside corners (where the hinge pipes go into the floor and gable) reaching 12 inches into the shed on the right and 24 inches on the left. I'll have to explore options for limiting that exposure. The doors seem designed for an insert to go in the top corners that are not included in the kit or instructions. I may have to add a sweeper to the bottom of the door which may also be challenging because the plastic is so thin. July 9, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty shed, easy to assemble, light duty structure I downloaded the 2011 instruction manual and read it completely before attempting any construction. That helped a lot. I put instructions that came with the shed and the 2011 instructions in a 3-ring binder. That also helped the assembly process go smoother. I spent a day making a 2X8 frame base with 2X4 joists on metal hangers, all PT, raised on concrete deck blocks with deck blocks under several of the floor joists also. I used exterior 23/32 plywood sheathing for the floor. Then primed and painted really well with exterior enamel oil based paint. It rained the next day and the sub floor did very well in the weather by itself. I would recommend priming and painting the sub floor before assembling the shed. It is very important to make this step level and square. I assembled the shed completely by myself (including the shutters) in 10 hours total start to finish. That included disassembling the walls and floor once to reverse a floor panel so the holes line up correctly for the door hinge poles. I started assembly using the 2011 instructions (owners manual). I quickly discovered parts of the shed were redesigned and abandoned the 2011 instructions manual. For example the new walls install counter clockwise instead of clockwise and the roof gable over the door was redesigned also. The 2011 instructions had more written directions, but it is very important to follow the directions that come with the shed. It is also very important to perform each step exactly as directed. In the 4/25/2013 instructions step 7.5 is eliminated (assembling part AHW to the right door latch AIO). Apparently this part, although still included, was deemed unnecessary. One process change I made and would recommend: after assembling the walls to the floor, I repositioned the shed to be evenly spaced on the subfloor and then secured the floor to the subfloor. Once the full shed is assembled it will weigh 750 lbs. and may be difficult to reposition on the sub floor. If you need to make the adjustments for door alignment listed in section 13 you can unsecure the corners of the floor. The screws and bolts are packaged together in "bags" with the correct parts for a particular assembly phase. I opened each bag as I got to it's assembly step and had no problems identifying the parts to be used for each purpose. I tightened every screw carefully by hand with a screw driver and carefully lined up each part as I went. Some screws will not "feel" tight so it is important to visually watch them tighten also. When the plastic stops moving together, stop tightening. The holes for the shutters do not line up very well with the marked spots on the wall panels. I intent to caulk inside along the floor seams, inside at the floor/wall joints, outside at the floor/wall joints, and outside where the floor meets the subfloor. Once the roof was installed the structure became rigid, but I would not describe it as sturdy. The structure is light duty and should serve to keep the rain off stored items, but any shelving will need to be free standing on the floor as the walls are not sturdy enough to hold any weight. If you want to hang stuff on the walls or have any type of shelving, you will need a wood frame shed instead. This should work fine as a "garden shed" for yard tools and equipment but probably not as a typical "storage" shed unless you add free standing sturdy shelving. I'm sure my sturdy sub floor will long outlast the shed now assembled on top of it. July 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Aesthetically Close to Perfect! As a follow up to an earlier review I submitted, after about 5 months of being installed, I noticed that there was a puddle of water on the floor inside after a spell of rain. I was worried immediately thinking that I accidentally punctured a hole on the roof during installation. After careful observation, I realized that on a valley on the roof where the leak originated, an amount of leaves from the trees above have accumulated thus creating sort of a "dam". Whenever there was a downpour, this would collect rainwater at one spot and this would therefore leak through the panel joints. I simply brushed and cleaned the roof from idle leaves and this took care of the roof leak. So always make sure that there are no standing leaves or branches on your roof! June 13, 2013
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