Lifetime 6405 8-by-10-Foot Outdoor Storage Shed with Window, Skylights, and Shelving

June 16, 2013 - Comment

Sentinel, 8 x 10 Outdoor Storage Shed, of 71.3 square foot space. This unit is made in the U.S.A. and offers one Shatter proof window, Four Skylights, Two corner shelves, one 90″ Shelf, two 32″ shelves, one 22.5″ x 22.5″ wood pegboard strip w/tool hooks, two screened vents and floor. Constructed with powder coated steel

Sentinel, 8 x 10 Outdoor Storage Shed, of 71.3 square foot space. This unit is made in the U.S.A. and offers one Shatter proof window, Four Skylights, Two corner shelves, one 90″ Shelf, two 32″ shelves, one 22.5″ x 22.5″ wood pegboard strip w/tool hooks, two screened vents and floor. Constructed with powder coated steel A-frame roof trusses and internal wall structure of steel-reinforced double polyethylene panels. High grade metal screws ensure secure-fastened assembly. One shatter proof window opens half way for increased ventilation. Peak screen vent cap offers additional airflow. Low maintenance features include UV-Protection to help prevent fading and cracking, weather resistant seams help keep interior dry, stain resistant finish is easy to clean and never needs painting. Your yard is a jungle – its time to tame it with this year-round storage unit. 10 Year Limited Warranty thru Lifetime Products. Customer service information 1-800-225-3865 and www.lifetime.com.

Product Features

  • Shed includes 4 large skylights allows natural light, 2 screened vents, 1 shatter proof window and customizable shelving system
  • High arched, steel-reinforced doors offer a 4 foot wide by 6 feet high door opening, lockable doors with internal latching mechanism
  • High-pitched roof support a-frame trusses provide 6 feet 8 inches of head room and the steep roof allows for quick drainage of rain and snow
  • High density polyethylene floor included does not crack, chip or peel; slip resistant surface with beveled edge and is resistant to oil and stains
  • Site selection your shed is recommended to be prepared using a level cement, wood asphalt, gravel or patio style surface for long-term performance

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Baldone "Fred" says:

8X12.5 model with 1 year update I just put my shed together and wanted to point out a few things.The large back shelf and front corner shelves seem to be needed for structural support.The shelves stick out about about a foot in the back. There are two corner shelves in the front by the door. Additional shelves are expensive.Dimensions are based on the roof which over hangs slightly.The procedure of screwing into plastic seems very “Mickey Mouse”.It was very easy to strip the plastic, I used a drill with a 25 step clutch, the clutch was set on 1. (Go slow)Expansions to make the shed larger are available and are expensive.Salesman told me it could hold 18 inches of snow, directions say 6 inches, and another reviewer complained about damage with 3-4 inches of snow.Instructions were good, and fairly easy to follow.The setup was time consuming but fairly easy.Looks good.The concrete base I placed it on was not 100% level (it is cracked) this made…

R. Mardis says:

Nice shed – one person install I read the reviews on here first and decided to go with this model. It took a week to arrive at my house. Free delivery and they put the two heavy boxes in my backyard for me. I never could have gotten those boxes home, much alone moved them by myself. With the boxes in the yard, all that remained was unpacking and assmbly. My pad was already paved, so that lengthy step was not part of the process.I would recommend, if you buy this, go to Lifetimes site, enter the shed model # and look over the PDF of the instructions. That helped me. I didn’t think I was going to be able to get it all installed alone, but I did. It took 7 hours the first day and another hour and a half the second to get it weather tight. I haven’t installed the shelves yet, so maybe an hour of that left.The roof was the hardest to put on alone, but it is all done from inside on a ladder, so its a matter of getting the plastic panels to line up to be screwed in. It went ok. The last…

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