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ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 8 ft. Gray Shed
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ShelterLogic

Shed-in-a-Box 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 8 ft. Gray Shed

  • Free up your garage with an economic storage solution
  • Efficient and affordable way to create portable storage
  • Store ATVs, watercraft, lawn/garden, patio/pool items, tractors
$236.89 /each

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The ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 8 ft. Storage shed is designed for use in every season and can protect your equipment from sunlight, rain, tree sap and more. The shed features an all-steel frame and comes bonded with a DuPont thermoset, baked-on powder-coat finish for durability. The triple-layer, heat-bonded polyethylene cover is waterproof and features a high-profile white interior that reflects light for greater interior visibility. Patent-pending ShelterLogic stabilizers ensure rock-solid stability.

  • Assembled dimensions: 120 in. W x 120 in. D x 96 in. H
  • Bonded with dupont thermoset, baked-on powder-coat finish for durability
  • Rip-stop polyethylene cover is waterproof and treated with anti-aging, anti-fungal agents to allow for use in every season
  • High-profile white interior for enhanced illumination
  • 800 cu. ft. storage capacity provides ample space to store lumber, lawn equipment and more
  • Can be set up in as little as 1 hour
  • Ratchet tite tensioning system keeps cover tight to frame during installation
  • Gable-style roof gives shed a traditional look
  • Patent-pending ShelterLogic stabilizers ensure rock-solid stability
  • Interior and exterior are UV treated for protection from sunlight
  • High-grade steel construction helps ensure strength
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Does it have a waterproof floor, such as vinyl?

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October 15, 2012
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November 30, 2015
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It does not include a floor.
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January 29, 2014
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The shed does not come with a floor. You can purchase a tarp or some other from of covering to place inside. I used a wooden pallet
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San Benito, TX
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December 10, 2013
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Doesn't have a floor.
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Maine, USA
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April 30, 2013
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There isn't a floor included with the kit, but I'm sure you could use anything. The trouble would be keeping the moisture from molding the floor covering, unless you're in a very dry climate.
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Boise, ID, USA
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March 27, 2013
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It doesn't have a floor I put a wood floor in mine.
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Manahawkin, Stafford Township, NJ 08050, USA
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January 22, 2013
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No, no flooring is included. I put both of my sheds on gravel. I would recommend building up the gravel a bit so you don't get any standing water that can run under the walls.
Good luck.
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October 16, 2012
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No! There is no floor included.
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New Jersey, USA
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October 16, 2012
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no, you need build a floor or put tarp down
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Watertown, CT
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October 16, 2012
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Hi, thanks for inquiring about this item. We do not offer a waterproof floor kit at this time but the building can be used on most surfaces.
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Florida, USA
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October 16, 2012
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no their is no floor at all. i put small gravel down as my floor. it works great.
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How does it stay down in the wind? Does the sun ruin the cover?

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November 30, 2015
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Ground screws should be used in accordance to the instructions. Sun will degrade the cover over time based on exposure. Replacement covers are available from S.L.
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November 17, 2015
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The sun will eat right through the fabric in less than two years.
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San Benito, TX
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December 10, 2013
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You need ground anchors.. either the sprial anchors that are included or some sort of "tent stake".. but that needs to be substantially larger than a normal camping-style tent stake. We routinely have 40 mph winds in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and I haven't had a problem so far. As far as the sun doing damage.. yes. As with any man-made material, natural environmental elements will do damage. Read More
You need ground anchors.. either the sprial anchors that are included or some sort of "tent stake".. but that needs to be substantially larger than a normal camping-style tent stake. We routinely have 40 mph winds in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and I haven't had a problem so far. As far as the sun doing damage.. yes. As with any man-made material, natural environmental elements will do damage. Especially in the sun-belt (FL, MS, AL, LA, TX, NM, AZ, CA, etc.). But you can get UV treatment to spray on (do a search for RV roof UV treatment).. If properly maintained, you should get 3-5 years of service life from the shed.. maybe longer depending on your specific location (how much shade/day, etc.) Read Less
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Maine, USA
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April 30, 2013
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In response to your wind question, there are 4 "auger" type fasteners which are approximately a foot long. They "screw" down into the ground, and will actually pierce through tree roots if you're as unlucky as I was in placing the shed. I had a buddy try to pull one out after I'd tightened it down and it wasn't going anywhere! I've only had the shed for a month or so, so I'm not sure about the sun fading Read More
In response to your wind question, there are 4 "auger" type fasteners which are approximately a foot long. They "screw" down into the ground, and will actually pierce through tree roots if you're as unlucky as I was in placing the shed. I had a buddy try to pull one out after I'd tightened it down and it wasn't going anywhere! I've only had the shed for a month or so, so I'm not sure about the sun fading it. Read Less
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New Jersey, USA
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March 25, 2013
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icomes with its own anchors. i also used concrete blocks to anchor mine. withstood hurricane sandy with no problems or damage to contents so i cant complain
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Maryland
January 29, 2013
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We secured our "tent" to an elevated wooden floor built of 10 foot 2X4's and plywood. It survived the devastating Derecho of June 29 without a wrinkle and without moving an inch.
We erected ours in early June of 2012. Through the hottest summer on record there is not a crack or peel anywhere to be seen. It is now the end of January. We have seen temps in the single digits and it is as secure and Read More
We secured our "tent" to an elevated wooden floor built of 10 foot 2X4's and plywood. It survived the devastating Derecho of June 29 without a wrinkle and without moving an inch.
We erected ours in early June of 2012. Through the hottest summer on record there is not a crack or peel anywhere to be seen. It is now the end of January. We have seen temps in the single digits and it is as secure and waterproof as it was when first erected. Read Less
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Pembroke, MA, USA
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October 18, 2012
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I have only had it for two months so I can't address the question about the sun.
The hold down augers that came with it are doing a good job of holding it down in the wind.
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Florida, USA
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October 16, 2012
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if i were you i would order the tie downs they work great even through a tropical storm.ive had my shed 4 months everything is like the day i put it up.
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Twentynine Palms, CA, USA
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June 21, 2012
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I put 100 pound bricks on the bottom frame to help withstand the winds. The stakes alone would not hold it from the winds. We get real strong winds out here in the desert, so far it has held up to all the winds we've had lately. I have not had it long enough to tell if the sun is going to ruin it.
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May 14, 2012
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Shelterlogic's 10' x10' x 8' Shed in a box comes with 4 15''
temporary anchors. Shelterlogic recommends that you
purchase permanent anchors, that are best suited for your
foundation. Any shelter that is not anchored
securely has the potential to fly away causing damage, and is not covered under the warranty
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Does this storage shelter hae a front flap closure?

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May 17, 2012
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November 30, 2015
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Yes, the front flap rolls down & zips on both sides of the opening.
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December 10, 2013
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Yes, front and rear panels are included. The rear panel does not have a zippered opening but the front one does.
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Maine, USA
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April 30, 2013
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Yes it does. Two zippers on either side of the door flap, and two ball bungies to hold the rolled flap up when needed.
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Boise, ID, USA
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March 27, 2013
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Yes it does with zippers on both sides.
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Pembroke, MA, USA
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October 18, 2012
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Yes. It is a roll up.
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Florida, USA
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August 11, 2012
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yes it has heavy duty zippers on both sides.
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Twentynine Palms, CA, USA
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June 21, 2012
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Yes it does, but i decided not to assemble it, i got so frustrated with other parts not fitting correctly.
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June 21, 2012
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yes, has 2 zippers.
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May 18, 2012
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"Shelterlogics 10' x 10' x 8' Shed in a Box comes with a double zippered
front panel and a solid back panel."
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gives the door width but would like to know door opening hight

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colorado
March 25, 2013
i want to park a golf cart in but not sure of the clearance on the door highth?
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Berkeley, CA
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October 15, 2015
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The door is a bit of a trapezoid shape. At the top it's 72 inches wide, and clears 79 inches off the ground. The fabric rolls up, so you can push it a few more inches out of the way as needed.
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San Benito, TX
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December 10, 2013
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Door opening height is roughly 6 ft. If you use the provided bungees to hold the door open, you'll have right at 6 ft of clearance. If you use a door roll-up kit and install it per instructions, you'll get slightly more.. about 6'3". Either way, you won't have any trouble with a golf cart w/roof. I park my Kawasaki Mule w/roof in mine with no issues.
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May 14, 2013
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The door is about 6 foot when open and you use the bunge balls to keep it open. If you have help, the door can roll up about 6 1/2 feet, but your helper will need to hold it up. I inserted a 1 1/2 pipe to make it easier to roll up.
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Maine, USA
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April 30, 2013
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I'm 6" tall, and I can walk under it without ducking.
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Long Branch, NJ, USA
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March 25, 2013
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About six feet
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Florida, USA
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your golf cart will easily fit through its about 6 feet high.
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its about 6ft.
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"The door opening height on Shelterlogics Shed-in-a-Box 10 ft. x 10 ft. x 8 ft. Peak Style Storage Shed is 6'3"
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 139 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor UV performance, weakness in the fabric Just prior to one year, the shed ripped along the top ridge. Sunlight had weakened the fabric to where it tore easily in this spot. The company replaced the fabric under warranty. Exactly one year later, the same thing happened. Most of the fabric is fine, but the parts under the metal ridge get hotter apparently and weaken. The design has a design flaw: there needs to be a second ribbon of fabric over the top ridge, to soak up the UV light and keep the shed strong. If you buy this shed consider shading this area, or putting an extra layer of tarp fabric below the weak spot in the ridge. The assembly instructions say "2 hours". That might be 2 hours for an Olympic trained shed crew. It took me at least twice as long. October 15, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute garbage. After less than two years of use, the plastic exterior began to disintegrate. Large rips began to appears as the sun ate through the material, and it began to snow white plastic flakes. It is now in the trash. A complete waste of money and materirals. November 17, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by poor cover material Purchased a 10x10x8 shed in a box December of 2015. The cover didn't last a year. As of September of 2016 it has frayed and torn at the bend between rafter and wall. Shed is anchored on a 4x4 framed platform, square and level. The cover should last more than a year! Also have a 12x20 greenhouse (Shelterlogic) The cover on the greenhouse disintegrated in less than 2 years. The covers are not up to the same standard as the frame. October 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Happy with our new Shed We received our purchase in good time and gave ourselves two half days to put up the shed. The directions are pictures, with very few words, so there were times that the directions weren't very clear; but we got through them. You definitely need at least 2 people to put this up; not sure how one person would do it. We are very happy with the space inside and the looks on the outside. Our neighbors have come by to check it out and say they may get one of these as well. September 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice shed I bought this shed in a box brecause I was lead to beleive that it was a one person job to put up,but it's not.. Took me three days to put up by myself (a 65yr old woman) with no one else to help me, you do need at least one other person to help so it would only take hrs to do. The instructions are not that good because it mostly shows pictures to install and so you must guess certain steps, which I had to redo some parts done wrong. However although it was hard to do alone, I did it and very proud of my shed.... and it does have a lot of room inside and looks great in my yard. May 6, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent design but terrible quality The excellent concept and design of this product is completely overshadowed by the poor quality of the parts. Ratchet assemblies were not engaging properly. Hardware was corroded so bad you could not spin the nuts by hand. Frame tubes were not marked correctly or legibly and had sharp burrs. Temporary anchors are completely useless due to their short length. The final death of this product comes from the vague and confusing instructions. August 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works great We bought this to protect our riding mower and 4 wheeler. Both fit perfectly inside. Took longer than expected to put together (5 hours) and required at least 3-4 people. August 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This worked great for us The only issue with this is that you cannot secure down the front flaps. April 27, 2016
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