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  • Won't rust, rot, dent or mildew
  • Never needs painting
  • Includes ventilation kit
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About This Product

The 8 ft. x 8 ft. Duramate is the ideal storage shed for most backyards. It's the perfect combination of storage size and price. Duramate was designed to meet the height requirements of most communities and associations. The shed is built to last with the toughest all weather durable vinyl resin and reinforced with a strong steel structure. The wall columns, reinforced with steel, allow you to easily mount shelves or tool holders.

Highlights

  • Won't rust, rot, dent or mildew
  • Never needs painting
  • Vinyl is stronger and more durable than ordinary plastics
  • Wide double doors
  • Strong metal structure tested for 20 lbs. / sq. ft. snow load
  • Shelves can be mounted to steel reinforced columns
  • Vinyl is fire retardant (unlike plastics)
  • Includes ventilation kit
  • Door handle includes padlock eye to secure shed
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Product Information

Internet # 300620308

Model # 00384

Specifications

Dimensions: H 75 in, W 94.4 in, D 95.2 in

Dimensions

Approximate Depth (ft.)

8

Approximate Width (ft.)

8

Assembled Depth (in.)

95.2 in

Assembled Height (in.)

75 in

Assembled Width (in.)

94.4 in

Coverage Area (sq. ft.)

71 sq ft

Door Opening Height (In.)

618

Door Opening Width (In.)

60.6

Exterior Peak Height (ft.)

6.2 ft

Sidewall Height (in.)

63.4

Details

Assembly Required

Yes

Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total

381 cu ft

Color Family

Beige

Door Type

Double

Features

Door Latch, Double Door, Lockable Door, Vents

Floor Options

Without Floor

Foundation

Foundation Included

Included

Foundation

Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)

4

Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for Assembly

drill, phillips #2, hammer, ladder, crescent wrench

Maximum Roof Load

20

Maximum Wind Resistance

90

Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble

2

Number of Windows

0

Product Weight (lb.)

293 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Roof Color Family

Beige/Bisque

Roof Material

Plastic

Roof Material

Vinyl

Roof Pitch

2.5:12

Roof Shape

Peak

Shed Type

Plastic

Siding Color Family

Beige/Bisque

Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)

313 cu ft

Style

Traditional

Style

Garden/Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

15 Years limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

25Questions
caret
Q:what is the color of this shed
by|May 23, 2024
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A:  Hello Pocketchange. Thank you for shopping the Home Depot. According to the product description, this shed is listed as Beige. Rick_HD_ OC

by|May 29, 2024
1 found this answer helpful
caret
Q:Is there an estimated time to construct
by|Jul 19, 2023
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A:  It varies by the skills of those assembling the shed. However, two people should be used to set up the shed. Using two people with average knowledge of assembling products it should take 6-8 hours to assembly the shed.

by|Jul 20, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:Is a solid roof panel available instead of the skylight panel? And how would I obtain that?
    by|May 20, 2023
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    A:  I guess they gave up writing questions on this page because this question has not been answered. Can anyone answer this question?

    by|Jul 11, 2023
      caret
      Q:Can I get 12 to 24 months finsnging for this?
      by|May 18, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Please contact your local home depot store

      by|May 20, 2024
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        Customer Reviews

        3.2 out of 5

        • 3.2 out of 18 reviews
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        Had I known this product had 5 million pcs (exaggerating) to put it together, and thin cheap quality products for this price, I would have bought a better product.
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        Was difficult and at times confusing to follow directions. Poorly made with parts that could have been sturdier and made in one piece rather than fitting 3 pieces together. Definitely need more than 2 people to put together. Not happy with construction
        Difficult construction
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        Response from Duramax Customer SupportNov 9, 2022
        sorry you were unhappy with construction. However, in the many years that follows, you will be. It will look as good as the day you built it.
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        Awful shed! Cheaply made, fell apart, had to return it...
        Awful shed! Cheaply made, fell apart, had to return it and get refund. Terrible product! And super hard to reach company to get them to respond. DO NOT RECOMMEND!!!
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        This is not a terrible product. The assembly instructions do lack a little to be desired as noted...
        This is not a terrible product. The assembly instructions do lack a little to be desired as noted in some of the other reviews. If you follow them cloely and keep a close watch on every detail o fthe assembly, it's not overwhelming. There are a few hints, tips, "watch outs" that could have been helpful and would have been helpful with some things to avoid having to go back and re-do. Generally everything fit together pretty well and was accomplished generally in the estimated time to assemble, and I'm not an engineer or anything. The 2 things I don't like about this product are the general material of the siding and roofing panels and well as the interior headroom/height. The panel material is generally pretty flmsey. If you live in an area that has hail, I believe the first hailstone of any size will punch right through the roof panels and/or the center ridge cover panels. If you are under 5 feet tall, this may be the perfect storage building for you. I'm not very tall (5'8") and constantly bump my head entering.exiting the building as well as within. You would have to be under 5 feet tall to full upright in the building. I wish I had read the demensions closer. I have owned the comparable sized Rubbermaid building which did not have any of these issues. Would have been worth a couple of hundred extra dollars.
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        Response from Duramax Customer SupportOct 22, 2020
        Thank you for your comments. The shed you purchased is our Duramate 8x8. We also have a Duraplus 8x8 which is significantly higher. Furthermore, our shed has a15 years wrranty because of its proven longevity. Interestingly it's the longest warranty in the industry. You will have this shed for many years and will be glad you purchased a Duramax shed.
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          Nice look, but installation was another issue. The nicest thing about this Duramax Duramate 8ft ...
          Nice look, but installation was another issue. The nicest thing about this Duramax Duramate 8ft x 6 ft with 2.5 ft extension (total 8ft x 8ft.) Storage Shed is that it matches the design and color of my exterior vinyl siding. There were 3 boxes: 8x6 ft. shed; 8x6 ft. foundation kit; and 2.5 ft. extension with foundation, 332 lbs. total including the pallet. The 8x6 ft box had an instruction booklet dated 02-19-2019; the extension box had an instruction booklet dated 03-08-2014. The manual in the extension box was the one to use for installation of the main shed and its extension and is the one referenced below. Issue #1: Part D, steps 11 & 12 on page 19 show how to join the 8x6 metal roof supports RS5B with the extension roof supports RS6B and RS7B by overlapping their ends and hammering the pieces together and then securing them in place with six screws and nuts per join. Each of the metal pieces are in the shape of a square letter “U”. Both metal pieces being joined have exactly the same profile. That is to say they were cut from the same piece of hardware. Thus they can not telescope neatly into one another. Rather they have to be forcibly jammed together with a hammer, as instructed by the manual There are predrilled holes on both flanges of the metal “U”. By jamming the two metal “U”s together the holes of one flange of the overlapping “U” match up, but the flange on the opposite side cannot go all the way down and so only about half of the opening of predrilled holes match up. The problem is that later on when installing the roof panels (Part D, pages 29-30) inserting the roof plugs which attach the roof panels to the roof supports requires the full hole opening in the metal roof supports. So where the overlapping occurred, I had to climb a ladder and ream out the holes with a drill in the overlapping segment of the metal roof supports so the roof plugs would fit. Issue #2: Part E, step 1, page 31 shows how to attach the doors. The doors fit on top of “loose pin hinges”. The only thing holding the doors on the hinges is gravity. The doors are very light. One day I propped one of the doors open with a piece of wood. A gust of wind blew the door completely off its hinges. My temporary solution was to tie a strand of fishing line diagonally across the top hinge. Issue #3: page 9, Fig.6 says, referring to the union of the back center band supports: “Center band joint must be cover[ed] with (CBC) cover to avoid injury”. Good idea. But the two center band joints on each of the sides are also sharp and just as dangerous. I tried to cover up the sharp edges with silicone caulking. Issue #4: page 34 & 35 have instructions for additional steps in high wind areas. The installer has to drill 44 more holes in the shed and supply his or her own sheet metal screws for each of the 44 holes. Who doesn't want to protect their shed from high winds? The 44 holes should have been pre-drilled and appropriate screws should have been supplied as standard. Issue #5: Page 32 instructions say to apply silicone around the perimeter of the base U-channel. And then says optionally apply silicone around the roof plugs after installation for “heavy rain areas”. My experience is that silicone around the roof plugs in not optional, even for something as ordinary as summer thunder storms. Issue #6: When I double-checked my parts received with the manual parts lists (no pages numbers), I saw that there were two items I received that were NOT on the parts lists. And NOT mentioned in the step-by-step instructions. When I checked the other manual that came with the basic 8x6 box of parts I found it. The parts were two PPGL and two PINL, essentially long versions of the 80 or so PPG and PIN roof plugs and pins, respectively. The regular PPG and PIN are used to attach 1 or 2 overlapping roof panels to a roof support piece. But the longer PPGL and PINL are used to attach 2 overlapping roof panels plus a ridge cover to a support piece at the peak of the roof (page 42, step 11 of the 8x6 manual). Good idea. But for the extension there is a need for 2 additional PPGL and PINL for the extended roof ridge. Also instructions for their placement should be described in the extension manual. Issue #7: Part A, pages 1 & 2 discuss the installation of the U-channel bases. Each of the U-channel bases have a slotted opening on one flange and are solid on the other side. The slotted side should be placed on the outside for water to drain away. Nowhere do the instructions say that, but it should be.
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          Nice look, but installation was another issue. The nicest thing about this shed is that it matche...
          Nice look, but installation was another issue. The nicest thing about this shed is that it matches the exterior vinyl siding of my house in shape and color. The shipment came in 3 boxes. The manual in the extension box was the one to use for installation of the main shed and its extension and is the one referenced below. Issue #1: Part D, steps 11 & 12 on page 19 show how to join the 8x6 metal roof supports RS5B with the extension roof supports RS6B and RS7B by overlapping their ends and hammering the pieces together and then securing them in place with six screws and nuts per join. Each of the metal pieces are in the shape of a square letter “U”. Both metal pieces being joined have exactly the same profile. That is to say they were cut from the same piece of hardware. Thus they do not telescope neatly into one another. Rather they have to be forcibly jammed together with a hammer, as instructed by the manual There are predrilled holes on both flanges of the metal “U”. By jamming the two metal “U”s together the holes of one flange of the overlapping “U” match up, but the flange on the opposite side cannot go all the way down and so only about half of the opening of predrilled holes match up. The problem is that later on when installing the roof panels (Part D, pages 29-30) inserting the roof plugs which attach the roof panels to the roof supports requires the full hole opening in the metal roof supports. So where the overlapping occurred, I had to ream out the holes with a drill in the overlapping segment of the metal roof supports so the roof plugs would fit. US Polmers likely did this to save money. Manufacturing slightly smaller extension “U” channel roof supports that would fit seamlessly inside the 8x6 roof supports would necessitate manufacturing a new piece of hardware just for the extension, which would increase the cost to them. Issue #2: Part E, step 1, page 31 shows how to attach the doors. The doors, which are very light, fit on top of “loose pin hinges”. This is a cheap design. The only thing holding the doors on the hinges is gravity. One day I propped one of the doors open with a piece of wood. A gust of wind blew the door completely off its hinges. My temporary solution was to tie a strand of fishing line diagonally across the top hinge. Issue #3: page 9, Fig.6 says, referring to the union of the back center band supports: “Center band joint must be cover[ed] with (CBC) cover to avoid injury”. Good idea. But the two center band joints on each of the sides are also sharp and just as dangerous. Two more CBC covers should be provided be US Polymers. I tried to cover up the sharp edges with silicone caulking. Issue #4: page 34 & 35 have instructions for additional steps in high wind areas. The installer has to drill 44 more holes in the shed and supply his or her own sheet metal screws for each of the 44 holes. Who doesn't want to protect their shed from high winds? US Polymers should predrill these holes and supply the appropriate screws as standard. Issue #5: Page 32 instructions say to apply silicone around the perimeter of the base U-channel. And then says optionally apply silicone around the roof plugs after installation for “heavy rain areas”. My experience is that silicone around the roof plugs in not optional, even for something as ordinary as summer thunder storms. Issue #6: When I double-checked my parts received with the manual parts lists (no pages numbers), I saw that there were two items I received that were NOT on the parts lists. And NOT mentioned in the step-by-step instructions. When I checked the other manual that came with the basic 8x6 box of parts I found it. The parts were two PPGL and two PINL, essentially long versions of the 80 or so PPG and PIN roof plugs and pins, respectively. The regular PPG and PIN are OK for attaching 1 or 2 overlapping roof panels to a roof support piece. But the longer PPGL and PINL are used, in the 8x6 manual, to attach 2 overlapping roof panels plus a ridge cover to a support piece at the peak of the roof (page 42, step 11 of the 8x6 manual). The extension kit needs 2 additional PPGL and PINL for the extended roof ridge. And their placement should be described in the extension manual. Issue #7: Part A, pages 1 & 2 discuss the installation of the U-channel bases. Each of the U-channel bases have a slotted opening on one flange and are solid on the other side. The slotted side should be placed on the outside for water to drain away. Nowhere do the instructions say that, but it should be.
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          The shed is of very good quality, sturdy and the...
          The shed is of very good quality, sturdy and the color is very nice. We bought the 8x8 and it came in two boxes very well packed, nothing was broken or missing. You need 2 people to assemble it. It came with a foundation and we bought plywood and screwed it on top then we painted the plywood, we also silicone all the walls union to prevent water leeks. We are very pleased with the shed.
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