Lifetime 15' x 8' Dual-Entry Outdoor Storage Shed
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About this item
- Lifetime storage sheds are durable
- Natural light makes sheds bright
- Fully customizable
- Store equipment as you’d like
- Site prep and foundation are required but not included: see details below
When it comes to storage shed versatility few companies offer what Lifetime does with their Lifetime® 15 x 8 dual-entry outdoor storage shed. This shed, like all Lifetime storage sheds, is fully customizable. However, with the second entrance, the Lifetime dual entry shed stands apart from other plastic sheds for sale. The bottom line, when looking for a great shed, Lifetime sheds 15x8 more than meet the requirements for ideal outdoor storage.
Whether it is keeping lawn power tools in a sheltered environment or having the perfect place for gardening tools, the Lifetime 15x8 dual entry shed checks all the boxes. These sheds are easy to install and last a long time for homeowners. Caring for the sheds is quite easy, and folks can always find new, creative ways to make the shed work for them as their needs change over time.
Why Do Folks Trust Lifetime Sheds?
When most people think of outdoor sheds, they are not thinking of them as great places. For most, a shed’s job is to keep items from getting wet. They are afterthoughts for most, but the truth is a good shed goes a long way towards keeping items in proper working order. A Lifetime shed goes the extra mile. The different features give members a sense of comfort that their items are in good care.
The first thing people notice about lifetime sheds is how easy they are to customize. This is important because not every homeowner has the same needs. Getting the different types of shelves is important and mounting them is quite easy. Once the shed is built, it often gets modified because the needs of people using the shed change. Making it easy to modify is one of Lifetime’s core values.
The other reason people love Lifetime sheds is that they are strong. The steel reinforcements make these sheds quite durable. They can stand up to harsh weather without leaking and despite being knocked into from time to time, won’t fall over. The steel makes these sheds extremely sturdy.
The dual entry shed is perfect for people looking to store different types of equipment. Instead of having to move a mower out of the way to get to the take, the second entry allows you to get in the shed with greater ease.
How are Sheds Installed?
The first step with any shed installation is to know the code in your area. If you live in a rural area, it is much easier to install a shed because the codes are laxer. In a suburban or urban area, there may be restrictions, so install the shed in the part of your property that is designated by law. Moving the shed is extremely difficult, so get this right the first time.
These sheds are actually quite easy to install. They go up in about 9 hours if you are working in a two-man crew. The best thing to do is organize all the parts. The modular construction means everything fits into place and just tightening the hardware is what’s needed.
Finally, be sure that you place the shed on a level concrete area or on a level wooden platform. In places where the shed is not on a platform, the shed can accumulate water and even flood if it’s in a low part of the yard. Avoid this problem by pouring concrete. Each Lifetime shed gives the recommendations for a proper concrete platform.
Using the Shed
Store all types of yard equipment in the shed. These are the tools that are most likely to be used outside, so keep them where they will be best accessible. The good thing is with the customized shelves you can easily keep items organized and add new tools as your yard collection grows.
Please check your local HOA, zoning laws and site dimensions for shed use and installation requirements. Site prep and foundation are required but not included. See link below for more details.