Model # 6402

Internet #202080012

Lifetime 8 ft. x 12.5 ft. Outdoor Storage Shed
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Lifetime

8 ft. x 12.5 ft. Outdoor Storage Shed

  • Low-maintenance never needs painting or staining to retain appeal
  • Steel-reinforced dual-wall panels and roof create a lasting shed
  • Materials are UV protected to prevent sun and weather damage
$1,256.59 /each

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Get your act together with this Lifetime shed. Keep your lawn and garden equipment conveniently located where you need it in the yard. This Lifetime shed is constructed and designed for quality, style, and functionality. You’ll appreciate the spacious head room, windows, and skylights, as well as the handy shelving units we include so you can keep your tools right at your fingertips. Constructed with high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic and steel reinforcements, a Lifetime shed is a worry-free shed. No painting, no rusting, and built to weather the storms. 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
  • Dimension: 8 ft. x 12.5 ft., total 90.0 sq. ft., total 620.6 cu. ft.
  • 1 set of double doors with internal spring latch, interior dead bolts, and exterior padlock loop
  • 2 latch-n-lock shatter proof windows with polycarbonate panels that slide open for ventilation
  • Stain-resistant polyethylene plastic flooring must be supported by a foundation
  • One 90 in. x 9 in. shelf, two 30 in. x 10 in. shelves, 2 corner shelves
  • 5 small skylights and 2 screened vents
  • 10-year limited warranty
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8 ft. x 12.5 ft. Outdoor Storage Shed
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I have 8 grandchildren ages 1-9. Could this be used as a playhouse? Regular playhouses I've looked at are too small.

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March 17, 2015
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Heck ya awsome playhouse . But windows are to high. Look around .
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January 28, 2014
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Probably not a good idea. Walls are to thin.
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January 23, 2014
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You can use it for whatever you want..doubt you want to put any child under the age of 3 in it..so that leaves what? less then 8 children I suppose.
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January 23, 2014
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Yes. This a very safe and durable building. The roof sky lights and the 2 side windows light the inside of the building well. The roof vents allow plenty of ventilation along with the windows. The door is nice and large and can be used as a single small door or the large 2 door opening. I do not know of any hazards to children since the building is all plastic. No sharp edges exposed or screws to cause Read More
Yes. This a very safe and durable building. The roof sky lights and the 2 side windows light the inside of the building well. The roof vents allow plenty of ventilation along with the windows. The door is nice and large and can be used as a single small door or the large 2 door opening. I do not know of any hazards to children since the building is all plastic. No sharp edges exposed or screws to cause scraps or cuts. I use my build to store my golf cart and yard tools. There is also an option to add onto the building to make it larger if needed. Read Less
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Orange, Ca.
January 20, 2014
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Hi FunGram8, you bet. This would be great, good size, has some shelves and windows with screens, skylights.
Plenty of place to play. You could store some toys, set up a table in the middle. Enjoy.
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Can this be built from the inside or would I need room to walk around it to put it together?

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June 25, 2014
I have 8' 4" width from my side of my home to a fence and am wondering if this shed could be squeezed in there.
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May 12, 2015
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Walk around and you need two people for the roof.
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Need at least 2 feet on the outside.
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September 3, 2014
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i assembled this shed 90% from the inside.
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June 27, 2014
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It can be built from the inside (the walls), as long as you can get you hand to place that wood piece under the lock in slots-(wall tabs into floor slots)...this is needed to make sure the tabs lock into the slots well. Build the roof on the house side first working from the inside also.
Since you have 8' 4'' from house to fence...that's 100 inches..the foundation/base is only 93.5 inches wide #94" Read More
It can be built from the inside (the walls), as long as you can get you hand to place that wood piece under the lock in slots-(wall tabs into floor slots)...this is needed to make sure the tabs lock into the slots well. Build the roof on the house side first working from the inside also.
Since you have 8' 4'' from house to fence...that's 100 inches..the foundation/base is only 93.5 inches wide #94" total#. So you have three inches on each side to work with....can be done.
The roof has a over hang from walls and total width is 95.5 inches..so its best to have the base closer to the fence then the house with only 100 inches to work with width wise.
I had a tight space on the right side near my deck..and I put up the walls # right side only# from the inside since I could reach the area for the wood spacer to use for tab to slot lockin...I did my shed by myself...but best to use two persons.
Your shed will be in a tight place..think of snow on it or any fire codes having it so close to house...good luck if no other place to install it. Read Less
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can the doors be installed on the 12 ft side, does it come in any other colors?

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October 28, 2013
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NO doors go front only..suppose to be brown roof and doors with tan siding on the 12 footer..but I got a dark gray roof and doors with light gray siding delivered to me with my 12 footer order-model # 6402..so make sure you get the color you want when buying. To me the Ad never gave a color choice!
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July 16, 2013
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No, but there is a model that has the doors on the long side.
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May 13, 2013
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No the doors can't be put on the 12' Side and I haven't seen any other colors.
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On this model the doors can not be installed on the side and this is the only color.
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broken pieces...bought 2nd hand..where to order parts from..what are the model numbers?

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November 14, 2012
I recently bought a similar Lifetime shed from a man that was loosing his house. While taking it apart the roof fell in and some screws broke out (leaving a square piece of plastic missing around several screws about a 1/2inch X 1/2inch in size)..how do I fix this? Also where would the model number be located on the shed? Where could I get a parts list/instruction manual? Thank you for all the help!!
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Life time web site
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Call Home Depot
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January 1, 2013
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Look on roof truss for model number, if no luck, go to lifetime website to see if you can find your building by its size.
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November 15, 2012
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You can order replacement parts for your Lifetime shed through our customer service department by calling 1 800 225 3865 or emailing customercare@lifetime.com. Our shed assembly expert will be able to help you determine what model you have, advise you as to how to make the repair, and send you out a hard copy of the Owner's Manual.
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8 ft. x 12.5 ft. Outdoor Storage Shed is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 189.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to build on flat ground Pros: Relatively easy to build, looks good, nice features Cons: Surface must be extremely level, instructions are sketchy in a few places First, nowhere in the sales literature does it mention that you must build a base for this structure. There are two recommended bases: cement and wood. A 4" slab would cost almost as much as the structure. Either you'd pay someone to pour it or you'd need to rent a mixer and do it yourself. Either way, it's expensive. The alternative (wood) cost me $250. Note to self, don't build this in the rain. The ground must be absolutely level under a wood platform or getting things to line up is a...I'll keep it clean, but use your imagination. Many of the screws go into plastic. If you use an electric device to insert these, set the torque low because they strip easily. Assuming you don't strip too many, the structure seems to be fairly stable once you get the roof on.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lifetime shed Have owned this shed for about a year and a half. It was missing parts and some were bent. Lifetime was quick to replace, but replace ment parts came in bent again due to poor packaging. Door latch design is poor. Door unlatches on its own with wind vibration. Lifetime's fix was to add a screw under slide latch to give it more pressure, which will only wear out soon. I modified latch to make it work properly. Sky light are too dark to let enough light in, they should be clear or white. I wanted a shed that I didn't have to shingle or paint. We will see how well it holds up in the future, it's ok so far.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from We purchased this shed through a store special order. We were told that it would be very easy to ... We purchased this shed through a store special order. We were told that it would be very easy to assemble...it was a 3 day nightmare even though I had two professional construction people working on it. It took one day to build a wood subfloor to help level it and keep it off the bare ground....it took another day and a half to actually construct the shed which was missing a lot of hardware that we had to purchase from the local hardware store. That said...the shed looks very nice now that it is complete. I'm not convinced that it will be water tight. And it looks like snow will blow under the doors.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shed and size for the price. You need to have a base built or holes will not line up. Too... Great shed and size for the price. You need to have a base built or holes will not line up. Too many people rated this low because they didn't build a base. With 4 people this took about 7 hours to build in one day. Putting the roof on can get a little tricky, just be patient and it should work out great. I also drilled the floor to my wooden base for extra security. I am only giving this 4 stars right now because I have not been through the winter yet with it. It is a great product and very sturdy.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My wife and I recently assembled this resin shed. It seems sturdy, durable and weather resistant... My wife and I recently assembled this resin shed. It seems sturdy, durable and weather resistant. We designed and constructed a wooden platform for the shed. All parts and hardware were included in the shipping boxes (2). Each box weighs more than 250 pounds. The instructions are systematic. Each section shows the tools, parts, and hardware necessary to assemble that section. There are instances where the illustrations are ambiguous--the picture does not always show which way the part should face in relation to other parts. The wall sections are easily inserted into the floor slots, but the corner sections are difficult to install. A bracket system would have been more effective instead of the tab- into-slot configuration. There are online videos which are mostly helpful, when the video pertains to the identical shed that the user purchased. Construction requires at least 2 persons; three are recommended. We tried our best, but two corners simply do not align at a 90 degree angle. The front doors close and lock, so it's good enough for me.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shed Great overall product. Only shortfall is the doors. Perhaps better engineering and all around framing system. Even on perfectly level concrete slab doors are still flimsy and substandard as compared to rest of components.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shed! The shed is awesome. Wasn't very hard to put together just took us some time. I absolutely love the finished product!!
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It's a piece of garbage This thing is not worth the price it should be about $350 it is a piece of garbage don't buy it
Date published: 2016-12-06
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