DuraMax Model 00114 8×6 DuraMate Vinyl Storage Shed with foundation

July 31, 2013 - Comment

DuraMax Model 00114 8’x6′ DuraMate Vinyl Shed with included Foundation Kit is ideal for most backyards. Shed was designed to meet the height requirements for most communities. It features wide 61″ double doors with padlock eyes. Optional window kit is available. DuraMax Stronglasting vinyl sheds offer the most important factor needed when considering the purchase

DuraMax Model 00114 8’x6′ DuraMate Vinyl Shed with included Foundation Kit is ideal for most backyards. Shed was designed to meet the height requirements for most communities. It features wide 61″ double doors with padlock eyes. Optional window kit is available. DuraMax Stronglasting vinyl sheds offer the most important factor needed when considering the purchase of a shed whether it is for storage or any other use – strength, durability, attractiveness, size, value for the money and low maintenance. They offer all weather vinyl exterior which is light colored and has a “siding like” grain pattern on the walls, a roof truss steel support system, sturdy steel reinforced wall columns, fire retardant vinyl which is exclusive to DuraMax, wide and tall double doors. Their most consumer friendly feature all starts with their state of the art engineering – each shed is modularly designed with purchase decision, shipping, and building it already in mind. Sheds are available in many sizes to fit many needs; they ship compactly in own box; all parts are pre-cut, pre-drilled, and labeled for easy sorting and assembly. US Polymers Inc. is the largest plastic extruder in the world, every product is backed with warranty and full customer support.

Product Features

  • This DuraMate shed is one of the most popular sellers for most backyards; featuring wide 61-inches double doors
  • Vinyl shed reinforced with metal inserted columns for even greater strength and rigidity make this shed stronger than ordinary plastic sheds
  • Shed is all weather, fire retardant, greater long term value and maintenance free; shed will not rust or corrode like a painted metal
  • Wind tested to 115 mph when anchored to ground and tested for 1000 snow load; shed will not fade, rot or mildew like a wood
  • Assembles in three to four hours with two people, all parts are pre-cut, drilled and numbered; measures 8-feet by 6-feet

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Cal Jay says:

Duramax plus foundation review I selected this product because our local Historical Preservation Board only allows a vinyl 6′ maximum shed without a review of the Hysterical Bored. The foundation was made of somewhat flimsy metal. If I did it again I would have build my own with treated lumber. The shed and foundation size is 1″ larger all around than the plywood base that you are instructed to fit onto the foundation. The instructions and fitting of the many pieces were excellent. It took me about 3 hours to assemble the base with plywood and probably around 5 for the shed. It was a one person job. The alignment of the roof pieces was a little tricky but I used a thick screw driver to center the holes. The height of the center interior roof brace is exactly 65 1/2 inches so if you are taller you’ll need to duck. All in all I recommend this product.

Steve says:

As described, quick assembly Despite some of the more outspoken negative reviews for this shed, I liked what I heard from the positive ones and took a gamble with this shed.Despite what some reviewers have experienced, I found the instructions to be complete, easy to follow, and concise. If you are used to Ikea and other flat-pack furniture instructions of the like, you will find Duramax’s instructions to be a breath of fresh air. They are virtually devoid of engrish and the graphics are a fair representation of what you should be looking at. Every time I had a question regarding orientation or position of a piece the instructions were very instructive. It took me about 6 hours total working by myself to build the shed. Sure, the panels *individually* are flimsy, but once fully assembled, the shed was as study as I’d expect from thin walled steel tubing and molded plastic. I wouldn’t jump up and down on the roof, but I probably wouldn’t hesitate to push a friend into the wall.I…

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