Lifetime 6418 8-by-5-Foot Outdoor Storage Shed

December 2, 2013 - Comment

Hillcrest 8 x 5 Storage Shed is made in the U.S.A. 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. Peak screen vent cap offers airflow and ventilation. Low maintenance features include UV-Protection to help prevent fading and cracking, weather

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Hillcrest 8 x 5 Storage Shed is made in the U.S.A. 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. Peak screen vent cap offers airflow and ventilation. 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

  • High arched, steel-reinforced doors offer a 4′ wide x 6′ 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
  • Attractive appearance and design of molded wood-grain wall panels, a simulated shingle roof and natural colors to complement most surroundings
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Comments

Pennie Wilson says:

Very strong shed We purchased this shed and did the site prep after we took out the included floor (some sheds don’t include a floor)to confirm sheds footprint. Everybody knows a shed is only as good as its base. Like any other structure, if the base isn’t level doors won’t close properly and parts won’t fit right. I had already leveled an area in the garden and put the base together with some wood we had on hand. The shed took two of us several hours to put together. Only complaint was some of the bags weren’t labeled but it was pretty easy to figure out. As far as reliability, we just had some immense thunderstorms come through our area and not a drop of water in the shed. We haven’t anchored the shed to the base yet (the shed has the ability to be anchored in the corners – great idea) but even in the heavy winds it didn’t budge and we haven’t even filled it yet – just some garden pots and a shelving unit in it. Overall – very pleased with purchase. The reinforced roof trusses seem very…

Mimi "Maria22" says:

Leaks The shed was put together by two professional landscapers and it leaks. Did not stand up to heavy rain. Landscaper had to go out and buy a special sealant for the inside. Cost me more of his time and added to the overall cost. Should not have to be the case.

Timothy H. Cowell says:

Kind of cheap, made to assemble once and then throw away. This shed is very similar to Suncast models. Cheap plastic, very flimsy. The assembly instructions are not clear. But worst part is the sides are almost impossible to snap into the base. I finally settled for getting MOST of them in, forget getting all snapped in, and even when they snap in they come out when you try to snap the others in. Another problem that I didn’t have with my Suncast Shed was that the dead bolts don’t work. I’m hoping Lifetime will help me resolve this, but I don’t know yet.

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