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Sam's Club Members: Lifetime 8' x 17.5' Dual-Entry Storage Shed EXPIRED

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Sam's Club has (for Sam's Club members), Lifetime 8' x 17.5' Dual-Entry Storage Shed (60213) on sale for $1999. Shipping is free.

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Note: If you are not a member, you may purchase a Membership for $45 which (through 3/7) includes a Bonus $45 Sam's Club Gift Card [More Info].

About this Product:
  • Dual-entry doors, 2 windows
  • Two 90"x9" shelves, 1 tool pouch
  • 2 sets of decorative shutters, ridge-length skylight
  • Floor and installation hardware included
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Lifetime 17.5' x 8' Rough Cut Dual-Entry Outdoor Storage Shed on sale for $1999. regular price $2399 - On Sale through March 28th but will probably sell out before then.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/8x17-s...product_28

Store: Sam's Club

I like many was on the fence about purchasing the last shed deal the 15x8 for 1599 and by the time I had decided it sold out. If you search Sam's clubs website it says sold out but when you click on the product and go to the individual page I was able to purchase it.

Description
Lifetime's 8-foot wide Outdoor Storage Sheds are the perfect solution to your storage needs. Built with durable, dual-wall high-density polyethylene, our sheds are steel reinforced and low maintenance. With various features including shatterproof windows, skylights, custom shelving and more, a Lifetime Shed is a perfect addition to your backyard.
​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.

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Specifications
Two 90" x 9" shelves
Side entry double door with windows
Door latch: slider with lock
Ridge skylight entire length of roof
6 trusses
Comes with a tool storage pouch
Wall color: Desert Sand
12 wall hooks
2 polycarbonate windows
Window Size: 16.5" x 16.5"
10-year limited warranty
Warranty
10 Year Limited Warranty

Assembled Country
USA
Assembled Size
204"L x 96"W x 96"H

Component Country
USA

https://www.samsclub.com/p/8x17-s...product_28
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HARDTONAMEIT asked this question on 03-03-2021 at 08:26 PM
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Quote from AnnDe :
Is that a real problem? Nothing said about wind speed ratings at the link, but the website says their sheds have a wind speed rating of 70 mph. For an additional $300 you can by their extreme weather kits for a wind speed rating of up to 118 mph.

https://www.lifetime.com/company/...-your-shed
Did not know of this, thx for sharing! Extreme weather kit seems like a no brainer for like 90% of ths country these days.
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Quote from The1hangingchad :
You're going to need to find that locally. UPS isn't delivering it. Lol. I'm in north Jersey and there's easily half a dozen companies here that do it. I had a 10x16 Amish built shed delivered fully intact. Amazing quality.
I've never seen anything Amish built to be of inferior quality, they're legit.
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This is bigger than most SRO (Single Resident Occupancy) in San Francisco!!!
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I don't know where you live, but I am not buying the electrical inspection part. I have been a developer for 15+ years and what you are saying just does not add up. Also unless you are certified they wouldn't allow you to rough-in your own electrical. Some of the stuff you are ranting about I agree with but some of the stuff does not really add up.
I'm not the person you are responding do, but I'm allowed to rough in my own electrical as long as it's my own home.

Our local electrical inspector is a son of a bitch who will nitpick at anything he can find. He's even tried to get me on other stuff he wasn't inspecting which was grandfathered in. But something I hired a professional for - he didn't look at anything and just slapped the approval sticker on door of the house. Even more ridiculous - we had a big storm the day before the power was still out.
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Turn this into an Airbnb and make your money back in 3 months!
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I wonder how much it would be to build with wood? I hate these plastic sheds, they're tacky.
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One thing to note, given the SQ footage, some localities MAY require you to get a PERMIT for this.

Mine requires one for any "structure" over 100sq/ft, so I'm aiming to get a 12'x8' to stay just under that limit.

YMMV.... Check with your town, if you are unsure.
I built a whole new house with out all the government bs they came by one day said when did you do that? I said last year they said you should of had a permit I said oh well its done now and they went on lol
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Quote from DavidL2551 :
One way around this, in many towns, is to set it on blocks. If it's not affixed to the ground it doesn't count as a permanent structure. My uncle did this for his to avoid zoning issues as it was close to his property line.
I can't find any floating blocks. All the ones around here fall straight to the ground.

Seriously though, what a silly rule.
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that's a ton of money for a plastic shed.
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I'll concur. Don't buy metal even if you don't live where it's salty. Metal SUCKS.

I'll also concur on foundation. It needs to be flat and level. If not flat, you'll notice pieces not lining up properly and it's really going to put a lot of stress where you make those connections and the shed is going to fail prematurely.
What happened with mine is we used stepping stone ontop of dirt. We thought it was even but it shifted over time so the actual peaks of the roof separated from the walls and doors were of course difficult to open. If someone can afford it, I think paying to get slab work done or diy'ing is the best.. never have to worry about such things even if that slab gets a crack in it over time.
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Quote from CrimsonSummer2007 :
Yep. Kinda like all those troublesome electrical grid regulations, and floodplain building restrictions that Texas is too smart to participate in! The free market knows best, and regulations cost money without providing any benefit; Right?? Plus why bother spending any money on those things when you can just get the Federal Government to bail you out again and again and again when it turns out that the "Free Market" got it wrong when they were too busy maximizing profits and passing the buck down the line??
Kalifornia commie spotted, enjoy your shitty PG&E monopoly.

Enough with your communist propaganda, ever wondered why electricity/gas costs 2x or more where you live. Government sanctioned monopoly is the worst
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What happened with mine is we used stepping stone ontop of dirt. We thought it was even but it shifted over time so the actual peaks of the roof separated from the walls and doors were of course difficult to open. If someone can afford it, I think paying to get slab work done or diy'ing is the best.. never have to worry about such things even if that slab gets a crack in it over time.

I put in a smaller one of these (maybe half the size) a number of years ago that we use as a kids shed. I built a plinth out of treated lumber and painted with enamel, then once it was in place all I had to do was level 4 corners. Assembly is great when everything lines up! Ironically, this is basically how all smaller sheds are started, so at that point you have to ask yourself how much you are really saving by going plastic - HD/Lowes have some really inexpensive kit-type wooden sheds that are priced competitively even for JUST the lumber.
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EDIT: I can see how a lack of regulation (or enforcement) leads to oligarchy, but not regulation itself. Either way, Slickdeals is not Reddit, let's talk about sheds and not good/bad of political policy.
Government decided people can by electricity off a single, approved list of vendors. That's regulation creating an oligopoly (oligarchy is different). That approved list is a regulation. That same government then mandates that those companies MUST buy electricity from certain wholesale vendors who are outside the state, which is also a regulation. Texas can't control what happens in other states or in markets, so when a crazy scenario like this happens, the poor companies have no choice but to buy and resell electricity at high prices.

All of that is regulation in action. The next steps (already in progress) are laws saying people don't have to pay the placement rates, power companies filing for bankruptcy, yet also starting in business until the state or federal governments cough up funds for a bailout. The power companies are then off the hook, the power generators out of state get fat money, and the citizens believe their politicians saved them, giving them effectively free electricity for the emergency. In reality, they'll still pay for that electricity, in the form of taxes, at the inflated price.

This is *not* a free market.
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Kalifornia commie spotted, enjoy your shitty PG&E monopoly.

Enough with your communist propaganda, ever wondered why electricity/gas costs 2x or more where you live. Government sanctioned monopoly is the worst
The whole country is dogged with legally enforced monopolies and oligopolies masquerading as "deregulated", actually. It's not just California. Up until 2015, we still had legal cartels that forcefully seized various crops, including raisins and cherries, and destroyed them in order to reduce supply and Artificially raise prices. That was an artifact of Roosevelt's New Deal, which created many such schemes because Roosevelt believed the problem was that prices were too *low*.

The New Deal was the single biggest act of cronyism ever committed in the US to date.
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I built a whole new house with out all the government bs they came by one day said when did you do that? I said last year they said you should of had a permit I said oh well its done now and they went on lol
Bravo!
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