Congratulations on your Lifetime purchase. By following the information and instructions provided, your new Lifetime product should provide you with years of service and enjoyment.
From gardening remains and leaves, to food leftovers, composting is the natural break down of materials into rich fertilizer. Composting is a simple process where nature does most of the work for you. However, to make nice, rich compost, there are five key items to remember: brown materials, green materials, oxygen, heat and water. Providing a balance of these essentials will ensure you get the best quality compost. Here are some instructions on how to start composting and helpful tips to get the best results.
No, Lifetime sheds cannot be painted. One of the biggest advantages of the polyethylene plastic material from which it's constructed is that it does not require painting.
Lifetime sheds come with interlocking polyethylene flooring panels. These flooring panels need to be supported underneath by a smooth, level foundation. We recommend a concrete slab or a wooden platform for the foundation.
Our shed weather kits can easily be installed into an existing shed.
Please visit Lifetime’s main Warranty page for instructions and more details.
A Lifetime Shed must be built on a flat, level surface. We recommend a concrete slab. Another good option would be a wooden platform. It would also be possible to use a wooden frame filled with pea gravel, but bear in mind that the polyethylene floor panels are thin and the pea gravel wouldn't provide as much support as the concrete or wooden platform. Contact Customer Service at 1 800 225 3865 for dimensions.