Owners Manual

Owners Manual
Vinyl Garden Shed
OWNER’S MANUAL /
Instructions for Assembly ‘10 Ft WoodBridge’
10’x 8’ with “Two Extension Kits”(size 10 Ft x 13 Ft /3.2 m x 4.0 m
Patent #416.091
(Approx.)
)
Ver: 0.0
Customer
Service Hotline
(800) 483-4674
www.duramaxbp.com
Your Total Solution To Maintenance Free Storage Sheds.
• All Weather Durable PVC
• Won’t Dent, Rust, Rot or Mildew
• Tall Walk In Shed
• Never Needs Painting
• 61” Wide Double Doors
• Easy Assembly
• High Wind Tested
• Snow Load Tested 20lbs/sq. foot
• Pad Lock Ready (Lock not included)
• Wooden or Cement Foundation Needed
Available Kits
• Foundation Kit Available
• 10’x8’ Window Kits Available
Call us for any missing or damaged parts.
Do not return to the store.
Building Dimensions :
Approximate
Size
10 Ft x 13 Ft
3.2 m x 4.0 m
Storage
Area
Volume
132 3/8 Sq. Ft 805 1/4 Cu.Ft
12.30 Sq.m
22.8 Cu.m
Exterior Dimension
Roof Edge to Edge
Base Dimension
inch
cm
inch
cm
125 3/8
318.7
318.4
125 1/2
Width
Depth
399.6
157 1/4
397.4
156 1/2
Height
217.1
85 1/2
Interior Dimension
Wall to Wall
inch
cm
313.3
123 3/8
392.3
154 1/2
185.5
73
Door Opening
inch
60 5/8
cm
154
71 1/2
181.6
Duramax Garden Shed
Limited Fifteen Year Warranty
U.S. Polymer Inc. will send a replacement part free of charge, in the event of material defects and or
workmanship for a period of fifteen years from the date of purchase.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. A purchase receipt or other proof of date of
original purchase will be required before warranty service is rendered. In no event shall we pay the
cost of flooring, labor, installation or any other costs related thereto.
This warranty only covers failures due to defects in material or workmanship which occurs during normal
use and does not extend to color change arising due to normal weathering or to damage resulting from
misuse or neglect, commercial use, failure to follow assembly instructions and the owner’s manual
(including proper anchoring of the shed), painting, forces of nature and other causes which is beyond
our control.
Claims under this warranty must be made within the warranty period by calling 1-800-483-4674 or mail
in a dated sales slip and clear photograph of the part to:
U.S. Polymers, Inc.
1057 S. Vail Ave,
Montebello, CA 90640.
We reserve the right to discontinue or change components. If a component has been discontinued
or is not available,
U.S. Polymers, Inc. reserves the right to substitute a component of equal quality as may be compatible.
Limits and Exclusions
There are no express warranties except as listed above. The warrantor shall not be liable for incidental
or consequential damages resulting from the use of this product, or arising out of any breach of this
warranty. All express warranties are limited to the warranty period set forth above . Some states do
not allow the exclusion or limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may
not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state
to state or country to country.
1
SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
Before You Begin...
1. Check your local building codes regarding footings, location, etc.
2. Select a site that allows enough working space around the shed.
3. Determine building foundation and anchor system.
4. Read and understand the Owner’s manual enclosed in the package.
5. Follow all directions and dimensions thoroughly.
6. Follow the steps given in the manual carefully for correct assembly.
7. Make sure all parts are present before you start assembling.
8. BE SAFE : Follow safety instructions and avoid injury.
(See inside page).
CAUTION
Sharp
Edges
9. GROUND MUST BE EVEN : Make sure the foundation frame lies flat on
the ground. If the earth bed is uneven, remove sod and other debris and
level it with a flat shoval.
10. Separate contents of the carton by the part number and review the list.
Be sure you have all the necessary parts for your shed.
Refer Owner’s manual for part list.
2
Parts List
SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
For your own safety, please read and follow these instructions during the shed assembly.
1. Always wear work gloves, long sleeves and eye protection
during assembly of the shed. Some pieces of the shed
contain sharp edges and can cause injury.
2. Be cautious with the tools used for the assembly of the
shed. Familiarize yourself with the operation of all the
power tools.
3. Children and pets should be kept away from the assembly
site to avoid any distractions and accidents.
4. When using a step ladder, make sure it is on even
ground and fully open with the safety latch in place. Never
concentrate your full weight on the roof or any part of the
shed.
5. Do not attempt to assemble the shed on a windy day.
Shed panels can be whipped across by the wind making
the worksite difficult and dangerous.
3
IMPORTANT
Wear eye protection when using any form of power tools. Do not use voltage power tools in a wet or damp
enviornment to avoid electric shock.
Do not use any part of the shed as a means of personal support while attaching components during assembly.
The shed must be constructed on a solid base foundation. A concrete pad or a large size concrete patio
stone squares is recommended for suitable floor base. Make sure it is firm and level and will allow drainage
away from the site. The base foundation should be at least 4 inches (100mm) larger than the shed dimensions.
Please refer to the front page of your owner’s manual for the exterior dimensions of the shed. Manufacturer is
not responsible for the choice and construction of the foundation.
For a concrete pad base, prepare a level bed for a firm footing layer of crushed stone. The concrete pad
should then be poured to a thickness of 4 inches (100mm) to 5 inches (125mm). Allow to dry thoroughly
for at least 48 hours
Your shed must be firmly
anchored
the Need
concrete pad or large concrete patio stone squares, to help protect
Tools
You to
Will
against damage in high winds.
Care & Maintenance
Although this unit does not require any maintenance, care should be taken to prolong the life
of your shed.
ROOF : Keep roof clean of leaves and snow with long handled, soft bristled broom. Heavy amounts
of snow on the roof can damage the shed making it unsafe. Do not step on the roof.
WALLS : Do not rest any object against the wall panels of the shed.
DOORS : Keep doors closed to prevent wind damage.
FASTENERS : Regularly check your shed for loose screws, bolts, nuts, etc. And retighten them as
necessary.
MOISTURE : With changing temperatures, condensation will accumulate inside the shed. Good
ventilation will help in regulating and avoid moisture.
TIP : A noncorrosive caulking is helpful to seal the shed.
DO NOT store swimming pool chemicals in your building.
Combustibles and corrosive must be stored in
air tight containers
4
Parts List
Note: Check all parts prior to installation.
CODE
B1LA
B1RA
B21
B22
B3LA
B3RA
EXTL
EXTR
CMA
CCA
CDLA
CDRA
CB1A
CB3A
CB3XA
CB4A
RS1A
RS2A
RS3LA
RS3XA
RS3SA
RS4XA
RS4A
RS5A
RS6A
RS7A
RS6XA
RS7XA
RS8A
RS9A
MJ
RS10A
RS11A
RS12A
RS13A
RS14A
DSH
SP
FPL
FPR
RP
RRS
DL
DR
Q TY
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
11
4
1
1
2
4
4
2
4
4
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
4
4
5
2
4
4
8
20
1
16
2
2
10
5
1
1
Tools You Will Need
ACCESSORIES
CODE
FDCL
FDCR
FCC
FMC
FCB
RJ
PPG
PIN
EPS
CBC
S1
S2
S7
S3
Note
QTY
1
1
4
11
4
4
112
112
4
1
306
8
16
48
Cordless Drill - Philips Head
Hammer or Rubber mallet
Carpenters Square
8’ Step Ladder
Adjustable pliers
Level - 3ft.
Tape Measure
Caulk Gun
Waterproof Clear Silicon
Sealant
Hand Gloves
1. Before starting installation, please refer
Safety & Precautions.
2. Maximum no. of Extension can be build
upto 10’x13’ (ie. Two Extension).
3. Shed with more than two extensions
require Roof Super Support.
Recomended Qty of Roof Super Support
CB1A,CB3A,CB3XA
CB4A,MJ
RS1A, RS3XA,RS3SA
RS3LA, RS8A, RS9A
RS5A, RS6A,RS7A,RS6XA,
RS7XA,RS13A
RS2A, RS10A,
RS4XA,RS4A, RS11A,
RS12A
DSH
RS14A
CDLA
CDRA
CCA
CMA
FDCL
FDCR
CBC
EPS
PPG & PWS
S1, S2, S7
For 10’x8’ Vinyl Shed - 2Nos.
For additional each Extension - 1No.
RJ
5
B1LA, B1RA, B21,EXTR,EXTL
B22, B3LA, B3RA
FMC
FCC
FCB
PIN
Exploded View
RRS
RRS
RRS
RRS
RRS
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
RP
FPR
RS1A
RS3SA
RS3SA
RS3XA
RS4A
MJ
RS2A RS10A
RS1A
RS2A
RS6A
RS4XA
RS3LA
RS1A
RS3SA
RS3XA
RS4XA
SP
RS13A
FPL
SP
FPR
SP
SP
CMA
RS3SA
RS7A
RS5A
DSH
SP
RS13A
RS4A
RS2A
FPL
MJ
SP
RS3LA
RS1A
RS2A
SP
SP
SP
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CMA
CCA
CB3A
CMA
CB3XA
CB3A
MJ
EXTL
CB3XA
B3LA
CB3XA
CCA
CCA
B22
CB1A
B3RA
B21
SP
CDLA
CB4A
EXTR
B1LA
CCA
CDRA
DL
CB1A
DR
SP
B1RA
B22
CB3A
B21
CMA
CB3A
CMA
CB3XA
CMA
SP
CMA
SP
SP
CB4A
SP
SP
6
A. Foundation
Note : If you have DURAMAX Foundation, please follow instruction manual
in that package. If not, follow below wooden platform instruction.
Note
Wooden Platform (Not Included)
m
.9m
88
The following are the list of lumber and sizes
you will need.
Pressure Treated - Wood Studs:
4ea 2” x 3 1/2” x 126” (50mm x 88.9mm x 3200 mm)
6ea 2” x 3 1/2” x 87 7/8” (50mm x 88.9mm x 2232.2 mm)
6ea 2” x 3 1/2” x 55 5/8” (50mm x 88.9mm x 1413.0 mm)
Lay 2 x 4
(Actual size 2”x 3 1/2”, 50mm x 88.9mm)
Exterior Grade (CDX) - 3/4” (19mm) plywood
2ea 3/4” x 48” x 96” (19mm x 1219.2mm x 2438.4mm)
1ea 3/4” x 30” x 96” (19mm x 761.6mm x 2438.4mm)
2ea 3/4” x 48” x 61 3/8” (19mm x 1219.2mm x 1562.1mm)
1ea 3/4” x 30” x 61 3/8” (19mm x 761.6mm x 1562.1mm)
/2” .
71 m
15 0.5m
0
40
L-Brackets: 8ea
1.
Use pressure treated wood studs 2 x 4 (Actual
size 2” x 3 1/2”, 50mm x 88.9mm) to create a
platform frame that has an outside dimension of
157 1/2” x 126” (4000.5mm x 3200mm).
Using exterior grade CDX 3/4” (19mm) plywood,
cut and fit together the sheets to form solid foundation
as shown. Foundation must be square and level.
60 24”
9.6
mm
.6
09 24”
.6m
m.
T
KE
AC
BR
L.
If the shed is assembled with
wooden foundation on soil, use the
soil anchor kit.
The shed must be constructed on a solid base
foundation. A concrete pad or a large size concrete
patio stone squares is recommended for suitable
floor base. Make sure it is firm and level and will
allow drainage away from the site.
The base foundation should be at least 4
inches(100mm)larger than the shed dimensions.
Please refer to the front page of your owner’s manual
for the exterior dimensions of the shed.
Manufacturer is not responsible for the choice
and construction of the foundation
7
60 24”
9.6
mm
. 6 2
09 4”
.6m
m.
32 126
00 ”
mm
”
3/8 m.
61 .1m
62
15
Concrete Platform
Note
76 30”
1.6
mm
.
”
7/8 .
94 0mm
1
24
2.
Note
”
5/8 m.
62 0.5m
9
15
”)
1/2
(3
50mm (2”)
DuraMax must be installed on a level wooden
platform or a level concrete foundation.
For a concrete pad base, prepare a level bed for
a firm footing layer of crushed stone. The concrete
pad should then be poured to a thickness of 4
inches (100mm) to 5 inches (125mm). Allow to dry
thoroughly for at least 48 hours
76 30”
1.6
mm
.
12
4
19 8”
.2m
m
.
12
.
”
96 4mm
.
38
24
32 126
00 ”
mm
.
4
19 8”
.2m
m
.
B. Base Frame
Note
Parts Needed:
1. It is important that these instructions
are followed step by step.
2. All parts are clearly marked and care should
be taken to use the correct one.
3. Don’t install under windy conditions.
4. If you are building the shed against a wall,
build it 2.5 ft. away then slide it in.
Code
Qty
B1LA
B1RA
B3LA
B3RA
EXTL
EXTR
B21
B22
S1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
44
1
EXTL
B3LA
EXTL
B3RA
B22
m
3m
12
33
/8”
(3
)
92
)
” (3
mm
1/2
23
4
(39
15
”
/2
41
15
B21
13
3m
m)
m
3m
12
33
/8”
(3
B1LA
2
)
(39
mm
/2”
23
9
41
3
5
(
1
/2”
41
15
13
3m
m)
61
Do 1/4”
(1
or
Op 556m
en
ing m)
EXTR
)
EXTR
B21
S1
B22
B1RA
B1RA
Note
B22
Measure in all direction as shown in
figure to make the base channel
assembly in a perfect.
Assembly on concrete foundation
Using a carpenter square, line up corners. Align
base bars, mark the concrete at the holes in the
base and drill concrete with suitable concrete bit
to accept 1/4” x 1 1/2” (M6 x 40mm) anchor bolts.
(Qty - 44Nos. not provided).
Base ‘U’ Channel
Concrete
Note
8
M6 Anchor Bolt
B. Walls & Columns
Parts Needed:
Note
CODE
QTY
CDRA
CDLA
CMA
CCA
SP
CB1A
CB3A
CB3XA
CBLA
MJ
FCB
CBC
S1
S2
S3
1
1
11
4
16
2
4
4
2
1
4
1
64
4
4
All parts are clearly marked and care
should be taken to use the correct
one.
1
1
CDRA
B1RA
CDRA
CDRA
Fig.1
Fig.2
Right
CDRA
B1RA
B1RA
2&3
Front
S1
9
Fig.3
2
Note
Check the stamped label on top of
all panels inside.
SP
CDRA
SP
CDRA
SP
1
Front
B1RA
B1RA
Fig.1
3
CCA
1
SP
B22
B1RA
SP
CCA
CCA
Fig.1
Fig.2
CCA
SP
2&3
Front
Note
B22
Fig.3
S1
4
B1RA
CCA
Do not tighten the screw.
Leave it loose
1
CCA
FCB
FCB
S2
Fig.1
10
5
1
S1
CDRA
FCB
CDRA
CB1A
CB1A
2
CB1A
S1
Fig.2
Fig.1
6
CB4A
S1
CDRA
S1
B1RA
Fig.1
CDRA
CB4A
2&3
Fig.2
CB1A
CB4A
EPS
CB4A
1
B1RA
Fig.3
7
Note
Make two sets.
CB3A
CB3XA
CB3XA
CB3XA
1
Fig.1
CB3A
CB3XA
CB3A
CB3A
S3 CB3A
2
CB3A
CB3XA
CB3A
S3
CB3A
CB3A
CB3A
S3
Step.1
11
Step.2
Fig.2
S3
8
CB3XA
S1
CB3XA
MJ
CB3XA
CB3XA
MJ
9
CMA
SP
Ri
gh
all
tW
1
CMA
SP
1
SP
CCA
Fig.1
Fig.2
S1
2
10
Ri
CMA
g
ll
Wa
t
h
SP
SP
SP
CMA
CMA
S1
12
Ins
ide
11
S1
FCB
Ri
CB1A
CB3XA
g
ll
Wa
t
h
1&2
CB3XA
CB3XA
Fig.1
S1
CMA
Fig.2
CB3A
CB3XA
CB3A
SP
CB3A
3
3
3
S1
Fig.3
12
CMA
SP
gh
Ri
all
tW
S1
I
I
NS
all
W
t
gh
i
R
SP
SP
Fig.1
2
CMA
CB3A
1
S1
1
Fig.2
13
CCA
EXTR
SP
CCA
B3RA
CCA
Fig.1
R
igh
all
tW
1
CCA
Fig.2
2&3
B3RA
13
S1
Fig.3
DE
14
Note
Do not tighten the S2 screw.
Leave it loose.
Note
CCA
S1
Ri
S2
g
ll
Wa
t
h
FCB
CB3A
FCB
1&2
FCB
CB3A
Fig.2
Fig.1
15
B
SP
ac
all
W
k
CCA
1
SP
CMA
Fig.1
CMA
SP
B3RA
S1
16
S1
2
Fig.2
FCB
CB3XA
CB3A
CB3XA
Fig.1
CMA
S1
c
Ba
all
W
k
S1
Fig.3
CMA
1&2
CB3XA
Fig.2
3
CB3XA
14
15
B3RA
CB3XA
17
CMA
SP
Ba
S1
CMA
c
1
all
kW
SP
CMA
Fig.1
Fig.2
CMA
CB3XA
3&4
CB3XA
CMA
CBC
CB3XA
CB3XA
CB3XA
CBC
B3RA
S1
2
Fig.4
Fig.3
18
Ba
c
all
W
k
1
SP
CMA
CMA
Fig.1
3
CMA
CMA
SP
CB3XA
CB3XA
S1
2
S1
Fig.3
Fig.2
B3LA
19
1
SP
CCA
CCA
CCA
Ba
c
all
W
k
SP
Fig.1
CCA
B3LA
2&3
EXTL
EXTL
15
Fig.2
S1
Fig.3
B3LA
EXTL
20
Note
Do not tighten the S2 screw.
Leave it loose.
CCA
S1
S2
Ba
c
all
kW
CCA
CCA
FCB
CB3XA
FCB
CB3XA
S2
1&2
FCB
Fig.2
Fig.1
21
f
Le
Ba
all
tW
1
SP
1
CCA
SP
CMA
Fig.1
CMA
SP
SP
S1
EXTL
2
Fig.2
22
L
eft
ll
Wa
1
CMA
CMA
CMA
Fig.1
CMA
SP
SP
SP
S1
2
B22
16
Fig.2
ck
W
al
l
S1
23
FCB
L
FCB
eft
ll
Wa
1&2
3
22
CB3A
Fig.1
CMA
3
CB3XA
CB3A
3
CB3A
CB3XA
S1
Fig.2
CB3A
CB3XA
S1
Fig.2
24
CMA
SP
L
eft
ll
Wa
CMA
SP
SP
S1
Fig.1
2
CMA
CB3A
S1
1
Fig.2
25
CCA
L
SP
eft
ll
Wa
1
B21
SP
B1LA
CCA
CCA
Fig.2
Fig.1
CCA
B21
B1LA
S1
17
Fig.3
2&3
B1LA
CB3A
26
Do not tighten the screw.
Leave it loose
S1
CCA
FCB
1
FCB
S2
CB3XA
S2
Fig.1
27
Le
f
all
W
t
CCA
S1
1
CB3XA
FCB
CB3XA
FCB
Fig.1
28
1
Fr
CDLA
t
SP
B1LA
SP
CDLA
on
CDLA
S1
Fig.1
Fig.2
2
B1LA
18
29
FCB
S1
CCA
CB1A
CDLA
Fig.1
CB1A
CDLA
S1
Fr
on
t
2
Fig.2
CB1A
1&3
CB1A
CB3XA
S1
Fig.3
Note
After completing the center band
assembly, fully tighten the four center
band fittings (FCB) to the corner
column (CCA).
30
CB4A
S1
B1LA
Fig.1
2
CDLA
CB4A
S1
Fig.2
CB1A
CB4A
EPS
CDLA
19
Fig.3
CB4A
B1LA
1
D. Roof Structures
Parts Needed:
Code
Qty
Code
RS1A
RS2A
RS3LA
RS3XA
RS3SA
RS4XA
RS4A
RS5A
RS6A
RS6XA
RS7A
RS7XA
RS8A
RS9A
4
4
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
2
4
2
4
4
MJ
RS10A
RS11A
RS12A
RS13A
DSH
FDCL
FDCR
FCC
FMC
RJ
S1
S2
S3
S7
Qty
4
2
4
4
8
1
1
1
4
11
4
198
4
40
16
1
1&2
1&2
1&2
1&2
FMC
1&2
1&2
1&2
1&2
1&2
1&2
CMA
Fig.1
1&2
FMC
CMA
Fig.2
20
S1
2
FCC
CCA
FCC
CCA
S1
3
FDCR
2
S1
1
CDRA
Fig.1
FDCL
CDRA
CDLA
Fig.2
21
S1
CDLA
4
Front roof structure assembly
RS1A
MJ
5
RS1A
RS1A
S1
RS9A
Ma
RS1A
ke
su
re
the
se
RS1A
ho
les
RS8A
6
up
RS8A
RS9A
S1
S1
RS2A
A2SR
RS1A
RS9A
RS8A
RS8A
RS2A
RS2A
RS9A
22
Back roof structure assembly
7
RS1A
MJ
8
RS1A
RS1A
S1
RS9A
Ma
RS1A
ke
su
re
the
se
ho
les
RS1A
up
RS8A
9
RS8A
RS9A
S1
RS2A
RS1A
S1
RS9A
RS8A
RS8A
RS2A
RS2A
RS9A
23
12
S1
RS3XA
RS3SA
RS3LA
RS3SA
RS3XA
MJ
Fig.1
Fig.2
RS3SA
2
2
S1
RS3SA
1
RS3XA
S1
RS3LA
13
RJ
RS3LA
RS3SA
RJ
RJ
S1
RS3SA
RS3XA
RJ
24
RS3LA
14
S1
RS3SA
RS3XA
RS3SA
2
RS3LA
RS3SA
RS3XA
MJ
2
Fig.2
Fig.1
RS3SA
1
RS3XA
RS3LA
15
RS3LA
S1
RS3SA
RS3LA
RJ
RJ
RS3SA
RS3XA
RS3LA
25
RJ
RJ
16
Make 2 sets.
S1
RS6XA
RS5A
17
Make 2 sets.
S3
RS6A
RS6A
RS6XA
RS5A
18
RS13A
S3
Make 2 sets.
RS6A
S3
RS13A
RS5A
26
19
Make 2 sets.
RS7XA
S1
RS5A
20
Make 2 sets.
RS7A
S3
RS7A
RS7XA
RS5A
21
Make 2 sets.
RS7A
RS5A
RS13A
27
S3
RS13A
22
RS1A
RS1A
CDRA
FDCR
Front
RS2A
S1
3&4
Fig.2
Fig.1
RS1A
CDLA
1&2
RS1A
CDRA
RS1A
CDLA
FDCL
S1
Fig.4
Fig.3
23
RS1A
DSH
Front
S1
CDRA
RS1A
DSH
DSH
Fig.1
3
RS1A
S1
DSH
1&2
DSH
Fig.3 S1
28
Fig.2
2
24
Back
RS1A
FMC
CMA
RS1A
CMA
CMA
CMA
S1
25
RS2A
RS1A
S1
RS3SA
RS3SA
RJ
RS3XA
RJ
Fig.1
Fig.2
RS3LA
RS3SA
RS3SA
S2
RS3XA
S1
RS2A
RS3LA
RS3LA
1,2,3&4
Fig.3
RJ
FCC
Fig.3
29
Fig.4
26
RS3
S1
FMC
27
RS5A
2
RS5A
RS6A
RS7A
S1
RS8A
RS8A
1
Fig.1
RS5A
S1
RS6A
RS8A
RS7A
Fig.2
30
RS5A
RS8A
28
2
1
RS6A
RS5A
RS7A
RS9A
1
S1
RS5A
Fig.1
RS5A
RS6A
S1
RS9A
Fig.2
S1
29
RS4XA
RS3LA
Fig.1
RS4XA
2
3
3
RS4XA
RS4XA
RS4XA
RS4XA
RS5A
S7
Fig.2
RS4XA
S7
RS5A
31
Fig.3
RS5A
RS4XA
1
1
30
RS4A
RS4A
3
S1
3
2
RS4A
1
1
fig.1
2
RS4A
1
S1
RS4A
1
RS4A
fig.2
S1
RS4A
RS4A
fig.3
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Note
Make sure the hole in (RS10A)
facing outward on both sides.
RS10A
RS5A
2
RS10A
3 RS11A
RS11A
S1
Fig.1
3
RS5A
3 RS11A
RS5A
S1
RS6A
Fig.3
RS10A
1
RS7A
32
3 RS11A
Fig.2
RS10A
S1
RS11A
32
RS12A
1
RS12A
RS5A
RS12A
RS12A
S1
Fig.1
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RS12A
D. Roof Panels
Note
Insert roof plugs into Facia Panel
only as indicated.
Apply silicone into the holes
Parts Needed:
Code
Qty
RP
FPL
FPR
RRS
PPG
PIN
RS14A
10
2
2
5
112
112
20
before inserting the pins
PPG
PIN
FPR
1
2
FPL
FPR
31
PPG
PIN
PPG
PIN
Front
Front
3
4
FPL
FPR
PPG
PIN
Back
34
38
PPG
PIN
Back
32
Note
Use a screw driver to align the
holes.
Insert roof plugs into roof panels
only as indicated.
6
5
Apply silicone around the roof plugs
and the pin holes before fixing the
pins.
Note
Left
Left
PIN
PPG
PPG
RP
7
Note
Silicone
Roof Panel installation by
using ladder from inside at
missing Panels.
Left
PIN
PPG
RP
35
PPG
8
Left
RP
PIN
PPG
RP
RP
9
10
Back
Back
PIN
PPG
PIN
PPG
RRS
RP
36
11
12
Back
PIN
PPG
PIN
PPG
RRS
RP
13
14
PIN
PPG
PIN
PPG
RP
37
RRS
15
PIN
PPG
16
PIN
PPG
PIN
PPG
RRS
RRS
RP
RP
RP
RP
Front
Front
17
18
PIN
PPG
RRS
PIN
PPG
RP
Front
Front
19
RS14A
RS5A
RS14A
RS3
RS14A
Inside View
Outside View
Fig. 1
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Fig. 2
E. Door
DL
DR
Apply silicone around the perimeter
of the base ‘U’ channel. Seal the
corners, joints and base of door
column. This is optional and should
be done for heavy rain areas if
needed.
Column
Silicone
Base ‘U’
channel
Fig.1
39
1
1
After completing the assembly apply silicone
around the perimeter of the base U-channel.
Seal the corners, joints and base of door column
Base U-channel
2
After completing the panel assembly, apply
silicone around the roof plugs. This is optional and
should be done for heavy rain areas if needed.
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F. Ventilation Kit
Parts Needed:
Code
Qty
TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
VC
VCP
2
4
Power Drill
Dia 3/16” (5mm) drill bit
Dia 1/2” (12.5mm) drill bit
VC
Note
VCP
Optional ventilation kits can be installed on any of
the wall panels. However, we recomend mounting
them on the top of the shed’s back wall.
3
2
1
”)
m
5m
SP
6
3/1
.(
VC
SP
Outside
Outside
SP
4
5
6
”)
.5
12
mm
/2
.(1
VC
VCP
SP
SP
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High wind area installation instructions
Note: To ensure that your shed withstands high winds,
you will need the following reinforcement.
Parts needed
(not included)
:
CODE
DESCRIPTION
S4
Dia. 4.2 x 16mm. (5/32” x 5/8”)
Sheet Metal Screw
M6 x 40mm. (1/4” x 1 1/2”)
Anchor Bolt
S5
QTY
64
44
1
Base ‘U’ Channel
Shed or shed foundation should be placed on
concrete footing by use of anchor bolt.
Using a carpenter square, line up corners. Align
base bars, mark the concrete at the holes in the
base and drill concrete with 1/2” (dia. 12.5mm)
concrete bit to accept anchor bolts to a 1 3/4”
(44mm) depth. Replace base and secure with
1/4” x 1 1/2” (M6 x 40mm) anchor bolts.
Concrete
M6 Anchor Bolt
2
Attach each side panel (SP ) on the bottom to
the Base U-channel. Using a dia. 3mm (1/8”) drill
with a power drill, make two equal distance holes
on the Base U-channel through the Side Panel.
Drive a self tapping screw (S4) through the Base
U-channel to the Side Panel.
Repeat this for every Side Panel. See blowup.
SP
3.0mm.(1/8”)
Base U-channel
SP
S4
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3
Attach each Side Panel (SP ) on top to the Roof
Structure (RS1A, RS3LA,RS3SA & RS3XA).
Using a dia. 3mm (1/8”) drill with a power drill,
make two equal distance holes on the Side Panel
through the Roof Structure. Drive a self tapping
screw (S4) through the Side Panel to the Roof
Structure.
RS3
RS1A
RS1A
SP
3.0mm.(1/8”)
RS1A
SP
S4
S4
Roof Structures
Side Panel
Base U-channel
S4
Important Warranty Information
The ‘DURAMAX’ shed has been tested and passed wind loads of up to 115 mph in a controlled
laboratory environment. Natural high wind areas create wind at unpredictable speeds that are
very difficult to capture accurately by location. As such we cannot guarantee the performance
of the shed in these extreme situations.
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“We recommend to clear snow from the Roof top after each Snowfall.”
ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE
These accessories are required in case of heavy snow or high wind areas.
Please choose relevant accessories according to your needs.
SUPER SUPPORT KIT
Extra roof beams for added protection against heavy
snow accumulation.
For heavy snow area.
ANCHOR KIT (Soil)
Wire rope with twist augers for sheds installed with
foundation (Wood / Metal) on soil.
For heavy wind area.
ANCHOR KIT (Concrete)
Eye bolt with wire rope for sheds installed with
foundation (Wood / Metal) on concrete.
For heavy wind area.
ANCHOR KIT (Foundation)
Strap clamping for shed assembly with foundation
(Wood / Metal) on concrete.
To prevent shed from displacement.
SHELF KIT
Easy mounting system on the middle column.
6 inch wide reinforced PVC shelf with end caps.
SKY LIGHT KIT
To illuminate your shed with natural light.
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U.S. Polymers, Inc.
1057 S. Vail Ave
Montebello, CA 90640,
United States of America
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