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Installed Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed with Driftwood Shingles - Handy Home Products -$1619.10+tax

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Handy Home Products- Installed Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed with Driftwood Shingles

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I guess if wood is your thing. But I have been eyeing this 8'x10' resin one at Sam's for $899.
https://www.samsclub.com/sams/10-...roduct:1:1
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Yeah that's good deal for wood shed, but if your renter like me those resin sheds are the way to go since you can break them down and move em. Smilie
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Junk, nothing else to say its Junk
Reasons? At least one or two for noobs like myself would be handy. Smilie
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I guess if wood is your thing. But I have been eyeing this 8'x10' resin one at Sam's for $899.
https://www.samsclub.com/sams/10-...roduct:1:1
Ask nicely for a $50 price match off BJ's wholesale clubs $50 off the $899 price point. My local sams just did it for me this evening on their 8x10 lifetime even though they were identical because it was still an 8x10.
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That chipwood or whatever your term is will not survive in southern climates. You'd be better off building it yourself and going with real plywood floors, skipping the sublayer wood and going straight-to-stud LP Smartside or Hardieboard siding.
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if you have ever shopped for storage buildings you can see the difference in a quality unit and these. OSB through out this unit. very little lumber and poor quality lumber. some of these units only have 2x2 boards paper thin shingles some no floor no paint no window. much rather spend 1600 on lumber and plans from the internet. you can buy several boards with 1600 dollars. Oh, and held together with staples not nails.
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Same brand, same size, missing the "Driftwood Shingles" and installation is $900 cheaper.

Get some YT on, score a cheap drill and saw browsing SD and DIY.
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Thank you!
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thank you , great deal !
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The lifetime shed at Sams is pretty nice, well built. They have one on display in my store. I looked at the instructions and it seems to be a pain to install, esp the roof.With install and foundation cost, it comes to about $1500. Plus, I will need to get it from Sams to my home and the boxes won't fit in an suv/van.

A shed installer on CL quoted me $1575 all incl for an 8x10 shed, LP smartsiding, 2x4 studs and rafters, shingles. 4x4 foundation on concrete blocks with 3/4" plywood flooring. He is very legit, no down, pay when job is done. What do you guys think?

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Watch the wind rating on those lifetime sheds. I think they're all about 65mph. Not sure if that's the roof or the whole thing unsecured to the ground.
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The lifetime shed at Sams is pretty nice, well built. They have one on display in my store. I looked at the instructions and it seems to be a pain to install, esp the roof.With install and foundation cost, it comes to about $1500. Plus, I will need to get it from Sams to my home and the boxes won't fit in an suv/van.

A shed installer on CL quoted me $1575 all incl for an 8x10 shed, LP smartsiding, 2x4 studs and rafters, shingles. 4x4 foundation on concrete blocks with 3/4" plywood flooring. He is very legit, no down, pay when job is done. What do you guys think?

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Seems like a decent price. I've seen similar pricing in my area on CL and other places.

Having worked with several contractors for various projects over the years I always do the basics. If possible, it doesn't hurt to get multiple quotes.

Ask for references, particularly from clients who have had one of his sheds for a few years. Do some internet sleuthing on your own as well. Google his name, look for reviews/comments/complaints to see what you can find. This is really important as no contractor is going to give you the name of a former client he knows is unhappy with his work.

Make certain he's insured. Determine whether there are permit requirements for building a shed in your area. Is clean-up of the work site/disposal his to take care of (not just going to use your home trash can and weekly pick up as part of his "clean up").
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The lifetime shed at Sams is pretty nice, well built. They have one on display in my store. I looked at the instructions and it seems to be a pain to install, esp the roof.With install and foundation cost, it comes to about $1500. Plus, I will need to get it from Sams to my home and the boxes won't fit in an suv/van.

A shed installer on CL quoted me $1575 all incl for an 8x10 shed, LP smartsiding, 2x4 studs and rafters, shingles. 4x4 foundation on concrete blocks with 3/4" plywood flooring. He is very legit, no down, pay when job is done. What do you guys think?

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Never thought about checking CL for builders. This might be a good way to go for someone who doesnt want to deal with yourself.
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