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Sam's Club - 8' x 12.5' Outdoor Storage Shed - $999 on August 3 - One day sale - free shipping.

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Sale price good on August 3, 2019 only.

In April this shed was $1099 and made front page.
https://slickdeals.net/f/12909439-lifetime-8-x-12-5-outdoor-storage-shed-at-sam-s-club-1099-free-shipping?src=SiteSearch

Deal found on page 22 of this sale flyer:
https://www.samsclub.com/content/...nt-catalog

The sale is on this particular shed - model 6402:
https://www.samsclub.com/p/8x12-5...gustoneday

The shed is constructed from high density, double-walled polyethylene w/ steel frame reinforcements and has a 10-year limited warranty. Includes windows, skylights, shelving, and floor.
Wind Resistant up to 65MPH

Assembled Size:
Exterior Dimensions: 92.75" W x 145.5" L x 96" H
Roof Dimensions: 96" W x 150" L
Interior Dimensions: 90" W x 144" L x 70" to 94" H
Door Opening Dimensions: 56 in. W x 76 in. H
Interior size: 620ft3
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Before anyone comes in and complains about these type sheds- these are great for what they are. If you don't want to pay someone to build a shed or build one yourself, these are a decent alternative.
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I'm looking for something like this, but I'm never too sure about what type of foundation is needed.
I'm also I Florida, so it needs to be reasonably secure.
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I'm looking for something like this, but I'm never too sure about what type of foundation is needed.
I'm also I Florida, so it needs to be reasonably secure.
I'm in GA and had a different one tear apart in a tropical storm. It was only rated for 35 mph. :-O

This one is rated at 65 mph.

There is evidently a "wind kit" that can be added to it to make it rated for 94 mph. The kit is about $300.
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I'm looking for something like this, but I'm never too sure about what type of foundation is needed.
I'm also I Florida, so it needs to be reasonably secure.
Concrete slab would be best, if you buy in Florida do they include hurricane straps?
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Damn , wish it was a 7*7 at a discount price
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Pros and cons of this vs a wood framed and siding shed?
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Make sure to check with HOA if applicable, mine won't allow sheds.
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Pros and cons of this vs a wood framed and siding shed?
Properly built stick frame sheds look better and should last a lot longer. The plastic on this shed will eventually become brittle. Whereas stick built with proper maintenance will last a lifetime and maybe more. I have a stick built shed in my yard from the 1960s and its is still standing and strong. Of course maintenance is required to make it last.
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Properly built stick frame sheds look better and should last a lot longer. The plastic on this shed will eventually become brittle. Whereas stick built with proper maintenance will last a lifetime and maybe more. I have a stick built shed in my yard from the 1960s and its is still standing and strong. Of course maintenance is required to make it last.
Please define "more" than a life time.
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floor has to be straight and level. so more $$ right there. if you're pouring a concrete floor, just stick build for cheaper.
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For a more specific comparison, this 8x12 wood shed is the same price not on sale at Home Depot. I'm not sure I've ever seen wood sheds on sale.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Handy.../202205311

That does not include paint or roofing materials though.
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Bought this shed last December. Built a wood floor that was places on deck blocks. For the most part I put the shed together by myself. Had some help with the roof panels. Haven't stored a single thing in it because the kids claimed it as a playhouse
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Just an FYI. Some locations have ordinances that require zoning and building permits and this is based on the dimensions of the shed. I was going to build a 15x8, but I found out that I would need a building or zoning permit on anything with a dimension that exceeds 12'. Additionally, it becomes a taxable asset that needs to be assess for local taxes. This isn't true for all locations, but check first. I ended up getting several smaller sheds instead.
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Please define "more" than a life time.
Pretty simple isn't it? It will live on serve others after your passing.
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