Model # 60075

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Lifetime 8 ft. x 15 ft. Storage Shed
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Lifetime

8 ft. x 15 ft. Storage Shed

$1,784.79 /each

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The Lifetime 8 ft. x 15 ft. Outdoor Storage Shed features 5 small skylights, 2 shatter proof polycarbonate windows, 2 screened vents, 1 90 in. x 9 in. shelf, 2 30 in. x 10 in. shelves, 2 corner shelves, and a 10-year limited warranty. This shed consists of model 6402 and a 6422 extension kit. Floor and installation hardware included. Comes in 3 boxes. 108.75 sq. ft. (749 cu. ft.).

  • Double-wall, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) panels with steel wall supports for added strength
  • Steep angle allows for the quick drainage of rain and snow, and provides a spacious, walk-around interior, heavy-duty steel trusses increase strength
  • Steel-reinforced doors provide an extra-large opening, sturdy structure, and exterior padlock loop
  • Oil, stain and slip-resistant floor surface does not crack, chip, or peel
  • Screened vents provide airflow and keep pests out
  • UV-protected to help prevent fading and cracking, stain-resistant exterior never needs painting
  • High-impact polycarbonate skylights help illuminate interior
  • Windows open for increased air circulation and securely lock
  • Skylights included
  • All necessary hardware included
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Can the doors and windows be in the back rather than the ends? Then, can a slit opening be cut in the front almost the length of the shed?h

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Clearwater, Fl.
July 16, 2013
Clearwater Audubon is planing to build a bird blind and your product,if adaptable,might be just what we are looking for. If this can be made we could show pictures of the blind at various ornithological meetings here in Florida.
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Spring, TX, USA
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September 7, 2013
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The door can only be installed in front or back, but the windows can be installed in the back and anywhere on either side wall. All the vertical panels are the same size. if it is installed in the back the shelves will be in front of the window.
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July 17, 2013
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No you can move the windows on the side from front to the back the door has to go on the end
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July 16, 2013
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The window panels can be placed in various locations along the 15' span but not on the 8' ends. The door location must be on an 8' end. Not quite sure what you mean about a slit opening.
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July 16, 2013
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No, they can be adjusted on the sides, 1 on each, 2 on the same, moved up or down the length of the unit but not on the ends of unit, different panels. i would not advise cutting slits without some kind of reinforcement, however, cutting peepholes with a hole saw would be ok strength wise.
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July 16, 2013
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For shed customization questions you will need to contact our customer service department to see what your options are. They can be reached at 1 800 225 3865 or email customercare@lifetime.com.
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can you mount this on a wood floor.

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June 21, 2014
if i build a wood floor with 2x4s and 3/4'' plywood set on 4x4 runners, can I mount the building to this.
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McKinney, Tx
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June 24, 2014
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Yes no problem. We just happen to mount it to a cement slab. The wood floor would work just as well.
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June 23, 2014
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This shed must be built on a flat level foundation of wood or concrete (not included). It is designed with a slight indentation in each corner of the floor so that you can drill through the flooring to secure it to the foundation. Anchoring hardware depends on the type of foundation you have and is therefore not included in the shed kit. Not including the installation of the foundation, you can expect Read More
This shed must be built on a flat level foundation of wood or concrete (not included). It is designed with a slight indentation in each corner of the floor so that you can drill through the flooring to secure it to the foundation. Anchoring hardware depends on the type of foundation you have and is therefore not included in the shed kit. Not including the installation of the foundation, you can expect assembly of the shed itself to take 2 adults up to 6 hours. Read Less
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June 22, 2014
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yes just make sure the floor is level. I also added a small ramp at the door to pull in my lawnmower, etc.
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June 22, 2014
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Yes, I built my base with a 2x4 frame and 3/4 plywood. Once the shed is built on top of it, you can screw through the floor to hold it in place. The shed comes with the screws for this.
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Actually if the door is on the end I would be erecting on side against a brick wall. Is this do able?

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September 7, 2013
Sorry to not have looked at the picture better before I asked my question
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September 8, 2013
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If your asking, can you install door on the side of shed instead of the end, you can't.
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If I understand you correctly you want to install the shed with one of the sides against the wall.The roof overhang is about 2 inches about 6 ft off of the ground but it will not interfere if you have 3 inches from the shed to the wall. Also note that the bottom panel extends about an inch around the building. The only other concern is getting the roof panels down so they can be screwed down, but you can Read More
If I understand you correctly you want to install the shed with one of the sides against the wall.The roof overhang is about 2 inches about 6 ft off of the ground but it will not interfere if you have 3 inches from the shed to the wall. Also note that the bottom panel extends about an inch around the building. The only other concern is getting the roof panels down so they can be screwed down, but you can probably use a small step stool and install them from the inside. Also you can install the window panels anywhere on the building except the front. All the side and back panels are the same. Read Less
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September 7, 2013
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The door can be put on either end but they do go only go on the end in this model , they have other models that the door is in the middle hope this answer your question .
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Yes, same results as back. But I would suggest putting both window walls on the outside. This is an option and will allow for more light.
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Can this be built against a solid brick wall?

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September 7, 2013
I need to be able to have the back of this against or no more than about 3 " from a solid brick wall. Can the back be put together and then stood up in place without access to the back side?
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You do need to be on the outside to snap wall panels to the floor, however, you should be able to install the back panels with the floor away from your brick wall then slide floor into position.
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I think you will be fine putting it against a wall.The back is installed by putting the panels into the bottom panel. It requires a nominal amount of down force which can be aided by a soft hammer and board to avoid damage to the panels. The top panel is dropped in and installed from inside the building similar to the front upper panel. Everything is done from the inside. Start installing the vertical Read More
I think you will be fine putting it against a wall.The back is installed by putting the panels into the bottom panel. It requires a nominal amount of down force which can be aided by a soft hammer and board to avoid damage to the panels. The top panel is dropped in and installed from inside the building similar to the front upper panel. Everything is done from the inside. Start installing the vertical panels from the back and work your way forward. Note, be careful when you assemble the roof supports to install the nuts in the correct orientation. and don't forget the cross braces under the roof panels. (experience) the roof panels do need someone outside to push them down from the sides into position . Read Less
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No but you can get help and slide the thing over in place after you have the walls up they lock into the floor panels and you must have the room to lock them together .
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There is an eave that is about 1 1/2". This would prevent it from being completely against the wall but within your 3". Yes you should be able assemble and put in place. Once built you would not need to get to the back for anything other than power washing.
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8 ft. x 15 ft. Storage Shed is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 40.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from All in all a good buy A good sturdy shed that you won't have to paint every few years. It was fairly easy to set up. I had 2 friends help me and we completed it in about 6 hours. I highly recommend having 3 people working on it. One will stand around occasionally, but for parts you really need 3. The directions are adequate, but because it is only pictures and no words, you can miss a step, or put something on backwards, but it doesn't take long to figure out your mistake. A good shed and looks nice, but it could use to have some more accessories, like wall mounts for hanging tools. Make sure you have a good solid base built for it to set it up on.
Date published: 2012-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from NIce ; I wish it were 10x15 but it's not. I put it together by myself in slightly more than 1 day... NIce ; I wish it were 10x15 but it's not. I put it together by myself in slightly more than 1 day so clipping in the panels was occasionally difficult. I would be more comfortable with the overall design if the building came with stabilizers from the top of the panel to the deck (mine is on a platform. The windows are a bit of a problem to operate but , all-in-all, I'm satisfied so far.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy We have had ours (8X20) up for just about three months now, lots of storage space, have recommended to friends and family, a great investment. Looks great, not an eyesore, love the two windows with the shutters.
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good shed for what I needed. Has lots of room for storage. Not the best for hanging heavy lawn tools, like a weed eater. Needs at least 2 persons who know what they are doing to put it together. Needs a level surface or the doors don't hang correctly.
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Product, real good material. Real good product, the material is of real good quality, and it was easy to assemble.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality, value, and ease of setup - Great Product! Unfortunately the prior owners of my house left a 'death pit' on the side of the house with no use I could think of. Decided a shed would do the trick, and after a lot of research decided this shed would fit the area and be of great use. Took 3 guys a little over 4 hours to complete the whole install including caulking around all the bottom edges. Add a couple hours to build the frame. Can't say enough how happy I am with this shed, and how much more sturdy is than I originally thought. Definitely would recommend this anyone.
Date published: 2014-06-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from looks good. great value put my shed on a wood platform w/concrete blocks for a foundation. make sure it's all level. i did all the construction alone except for the walls. i used a pry bar to snap the walls to the floor. the shims just didn't cut it. stick pry bar under floor at the cut out, use your foot to push pry bar down and pull down on the top of the wall. you'll need help with the doors and the peaks. did the roof alone. directions suck so think things through and read ahead. you'll need 4 bolts w/washers for the floor. not included. it's at the end of directions. just remember to be level or the doors won't line up. oh! don't go crazy if the top of the walls don't line up perfectly. it won't matter. took me 2 full days doing it with my wife's help on walls, doors & peaks.
Date published: 2012-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Shed I ended up assembling this shed by all by myself in about 12 hours over two days on a concrete slab. And amazingly everything fit and worked flawlessly. The doors were a little tricky to install by myself, but a few clamps fixed this for a third hand. Way better than the two metal sheds I have put up before (with two people). Highly recommended.
Date published: 2013-10-30
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