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Lifetime Brighton 8' x 15' Storage Shed $999 after $400 off

$999.00
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$999.99 Delivered After $400 OFF
$400 manufacturer's savings** is valid 8/31/17 through 9/24/17. While supplies last.
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Features:
Two 30" Shelves
90" Shelf
2 Windows
2 Corner Shelves
749 cu ft. of Storage Space
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$999.99 Delivered After $400 OFF
Actual price in title is appreciated....
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Actual price in title is appreciated....
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Wow, this is tempting.....

I just bought a home and the shed is garbage. It was sitting on skids and the roof was leaking. The roof itself is a complete loss (sheets and everything) as well as the lower portions of the walls are all rotted. Parts of the floor are also rotted. Repairing the roof alone was going to be $300 in materials, but the trusses are all either rotten or out of alignment (I am guessing the foundation has settled in the center of the shed).

Anyways, this is a good option that would never rot out on you. The assembly looks like it is pretty extensive, and would likely take a few days at least.

What foundation are most of you using? I know a poured concrete would be best, but then a permit is required and your property taxed will go up. I pay enough, no thanks.
THe wooden foundation in the instruction manual looks easy enough to build, but I bet you will have another couple hundred dollars in materials there (4 sheets of 3/4" thick treated plywood alone will be over $100).
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