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SkyLight 8 ft. x 8 ft. Tan Storage Shed

  • Polycarbonate construction with aluminum frame resists UV
  • SkyLight roof panels allow 10% light transmission
  • Easy-to-assemble and maintenance free
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Product Overview

Number of People Needed for Install
Number of Hours Required for Install
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Shed Installation Made Easy
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The Palram skyLight 8 ft. Shed is perfect for storing organizing and protecting your outdoor life. Made with Palram's virtually unbreakable polycarbonate and reinforced aluminum frame, the skyLight Shed will provide years of maintenance-free protection. Palram skyLight sheds were developed and built to last; they do not fracture, bend or discolor and withstand harsh weather conditions such as hail and high temperatures. At first you may wonder about the flexibility of the polycarbonate panels, but rest assured that once assembled, the shed will be rigid and durable. The unique skyLight polycarbonate roof panels appear opaque yet allow 10% light transmission, shedding natural light inside the shed. Designed with your outdoor needs in mind, the skyLight Shed will complement your home and enhance your outdoor living space.
  • Assembled dimensions: 90.2 in. L x 93.3 in. W x 92.1 in. H
  • 357.4 cu. ft. of storage space, ideal for storing lawn mowers, garden tools and anything else you need to keep protected
  • SkyLight roof panels allow 10% light transmission to brighten the inside your shed with natural sunlight
  • Virtually unbreakable, UV-protected polycarbonate panels are impact and hail resistant
  • Low-threshold ramp and wide double door provide easy access and lockable door latch is standard (lock not included)
  • Front and back air vents provide ventilation
  • Easy-to-assemble and maintenance free aluminum frame
  • 10-year limited warranty
  • 100% recyclable
  • Anchor to your concrete patio or wooden deck (anchoring screws not included)
  • Add Palram's designated anchoring kit for better anchoring and withstanding capabilities (OMSID #205509870 - sold separately)
  • Add Palram’s designated SkyLight shelf for better organization and storage (sold separately)

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Approximate Depth (ft.)
Approximate Width (ft.)
Assembled Depth (in.)
90.2 in
Assembled Height (in.)
92.1 in
Assembled Width (in.)
93.3 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
58.1 ft²
Door Opening Height (In.)
Door Opening Width (In.)
Exact Width x Depth
7 ft 9.3 in x 7 ft 6.2 in
Sidewall Height (in.)


Assembly Required
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
357.4 cu ft
Color Family
Browns / Tans
Door Type
Double Door,Lockable Door,Skylights,Vents
Floor Options
Without Floor
Foundation Not Included
No Additional Items Included
Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)
Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for Assembly
level, step ladder, drill, socket set, philips screwdriver, gloves, lubricant, rubber mallet, tape m
Maximum Roof Load
Maximum Wind Resistance
Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble
Number of Windows
Product Weight (lb.)
127.7 lb
Roof Color Family
Roof Material
Roof Material
Roof Pitch
Roof Shape
Shed Type
Siding Color Family
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 year limited

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.3
    out of 506 reviews
  • 71% recommend this product
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Had possibilities but fell short
Once up, the shed looks good in the yard. Before that, its an all together different story. My husband and I put the shed up by ourselves. First thing we did was separate the pieces for ease of finding them while following the step by step instructions. The instructions were decent, but could be better. Husband built a wood foundation up on blocks before starting. Spent the day doing that and making sure it was level. Following day the shed went up. It takes TWO people (three wouldn't hurt) and over six hours to build, not counting the time to try to adjusting the doors. Pieces went together fairly well, and despite the wind and some rain showers, we got the main body up. The side bars that support the two sides had issues. One was a smidgen too long. Husband had to cut off about an 1/8" to get the support bar to fit so we could put on the end caps. The next hurdle and the biggest were the doors. The doors are a NIGHTMARE. The instructions are inadequate and the holes in the right wall support bar that the hinge connects to DID NOT LINE UP! This was a manufacturing fault and whomever inspected it (if anyone did) let it slide. Long story short, the doors did no align and my husband had to figure out a way to get them to even close. It was not the foundation, it wasn't the squareness of the walls, it was poor manufacturing. As you can tell in the photos, he finally had to add wood stints and drill new holes for the hinges to get them to even line up with the holes the hinge connected to. We are still having issues with them (despite all his hard work to get them to work) and will continue to have issues with the doors in the future. The doors are badly designed and there are no options to adjust the doors adequately for proper opening and closing. The holes in the side wall door frame do not have the ability to allow for proper adjustment up or down or even to the side. If they had done this the doors would have worked. Doors are too weak to be adequate and should have other additional support bars on the inside to give them stability and rigidity. Again, poor design and a big distraction from the overall design of the shed. PROS: Easy to assemble Light weight and easy to handle Instructions up to the doors easy to follow Skylight offers plenty of light CONS: Door assembly is bad Instructions for door are bad No ability to adjust doors accordingly Issue with side walls support bars as one was a bit too long and had to be cut to fit
by Roy
5 people found this helpful
It’s still standing
We purchased it late October 2020. It took my husband and I three days and a lot of patience to assemble. Prior to assembly we laid out gravel and sand and stomped it down and leveled it out. Per YouTube they said to run thin cable up through beams or rafters of the roof and secure it to rebar to brace for windy days. It’s mid March and it still stands!
by BusyWoman
5 people found this helpful
More than 4 hours!
It took us 3 days 12 hours altogether to assemble as husband and wife project. Ours is on gravel and sand tampered down and leveled. YouTube showed how to run a cable through the roof frame and stake it down. As a child I have seen sheds roll in high wind so I definitely didn’t want that to happen to ours.
by ASheppy1
7 people found this helpful
Not Recommended
My 6x8 Palram skylight shed was ripped off the anchors during 25 mph winds on day 2 after assembly.
by Tracy
9 people found this helpful
A few steps were missing, but I did figure it out.. FYI....do not put it together on a windy da...
A few steps were missing, but I did figure it out.. FYI....do not put it together on a windy day...lol We now have a She Shed!!!
by Lmcr
2 people found this helpful
innovative and perfect DIY storage shed
My advice is take your time and study the step by step procedure, very carefully and avoid installing close to the house(about a foot), and you will have to modify the steps! In general, the shed was fun to assemble by 2 people at least and not advisable to someone with no experience in assembling things!
by MC718
5 people found this helpful
I already love this shed and it’s only been up for an hour. Definitely takes two people to set u...
I already love this shed and it’s only been up for an hour. Definitely takes two people to set up and middle of November in Illinois is not the ideal time to set this up, but it was easy! Took about 3 hours, and the directions were easy to follow. Would definitely purchase another Palram Shed!
by SFC
3 people found this helpful
Easy to build and straight forward instructions. The shed sits perfectly in the place we have it....
Easy to build and straight forward instructions. The shed sits perfectly in the place we have it. Super light and easy to move around as well. Would recommend this product for light use.
by HoundPapa
9 people found this helpful
Even though I’d read the technical description prior to buying, I was initially surprised at how ...
Even though I’d read the technical description prior to buying, I was initially surprised at how thin and light the box was when it arrived. The material used for all the panels, roof, and doors is quite thin and flexible. But once you slide them into aluminum frames, they do the job nicely. I was mostly able to assemble this myself, and I’m not that handy. I should warn you that there are no written instructions, just drawings. I didn’t realize till I was done that the last remaining item was to hold the nuts while I was tightening the screws! I’d used my nut driver. I’ve used it now for a few months and it works great as my garden tool shed.
by Ken
8 people found this helpful
This is the 3rd shed we have purchased and this is by far my favorite one. We just got hit with ...
This is the 3rd shed we have purchased and this is by far my favorite one. We just got hit with some amazingly high winds and a downpour right after putting the shed up and it did amazing. Completely dry and in great condition! Oh, the shelves definitely add to the structural support and your probably going to want shelves anyway.
by Awesomeshed
12 people found this helpful
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