Costco Lifetime Resin Utility Shed


These utility sheds are fantastic! As long as you have room for these outside, they add plenty of storage space. I generally keep all my gardening tools or bulky items inside to free up the garage. This is a pretty plain looking one from Costco but it is quite large compared to mine & much cheaper than the ones I bought from Amazon. Some of the fancier ones come with windows & look like mini homes. There are a couple of popular brands that make these sheds…….Lifetime, Suncast, Rubbermaid, etc. For a no frills good deal, this is a steal at $399. I paid between $500 – $600 for my 2 sheds (scroll down) that are much smaller in cubic feet. Here are a few more details about this shed……

  • Steel Reinforced Walls
  • Made in the USA
  • Lockable Doors
  • Weather Resistant
  • 75″ x 42″ x 67″ (~122 Cubic Feet)

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Costco Shed by Lifetime


These are generally pretty easy to assemble. My only recommendation would be DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN the plastic screws. That shouldn’t have to be said, but I managed to do it on one of the walls, so it is a little loose in that area. Since I always like to compare the products to Amazon, please check out this product which is similar in size (it’s a little bigger). It’s got great reviews…….

Price: $399, Item: 1902212

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25 thoughts on “Costco Lifetime Resin Utility Shed

  1. anyone still see this in the east coast? I am trying to buy one but they dont sell it anymore in my local costco.

    1. I still see them on the West Coast. Sorry I know that doesn’t help, but they are still in stock SOMEWHERE. I just checked online & they are currently not on Costco.com

    1. You’ll just have to keep checking back at Costco. Head there early in the morning, because if they sell it, they even sell the floor unit too.

  2. We are in Texas. We couldn’t find any Costco in the DWF area that has this Utility Shed. When do you have this item in-store again?

    1. They seem to go in and out of stock in store. I live in the Bay Area, CA & I couldn’t find the Lifetime Deck Box for a month, & they just FINALLY came back in stock. These Lifetime Resin Utility Sheds seem to do the same thing. You’ll see them one week & gone the next. I would just keep visiting the store (preferably in the morning) & see if they come back in stock. When I did finally find the Deck Box , there were only 2 left. Costco will most likely be getting them again soon, it’s just a matter of when

    1. You don’t need to pour a concrete pad, but you do want to make sure it’s level. The base of these shed’s aren’t very sturdy, so it needs to be placed on something sturdy. I poured a small pad for my shed. It was only about 4 – 5 bags of concrete. If you have a handy person around, they can probably pour a small pad for you

    2. It would be ideal to pour one or at least make a pad of fine material. Sand at the bare minimum or you will be crying. I shoveled some dirt around and used level but was not packed and smooth. It was the worst experience I have ever had. 10 hours of grief. You will need a round file to file the buggers that are left from molding inside where metal tubes go into doors. When you get to your location don’t bother trying to move the box. Open it in your vehicle and hand carry the pieces in about 10 trips. I barely could lift one end up from the flat cart to the back of my truck. Was at Costco. A lady carrying a baby used one hand to guide it as I lifted other end and pushed it in the bed of my truck. If I ever do it again I will pour a foundation for it.

      1. Ya. It took me half a day to build & I can’t imagine doing it on dirt. It’s construction is not sturdy enough to have an uneven foundation. The nice thing about pouring a cement pad is you can pour it to the exact dimensions of this product, so you’ll never see it. I poured mine 2-3 inches bigger on each side & up against the house. No issues for several years now. Thanks for the comment Matt!

  3. How big is the box that it comes in? I need to find out if it will fit in my wife’s SUV or if I need to rent a uhaul.

    1. The box is huge. 46″ wide & about 76″ long. It wouldn’t fit inside my 2020 Volkswagen SUV Tiguan, but I have a Yakima roof rack so I had the Costco employees helped me load it on the roof.

      1. Thanks again David! The Tiguan is a pretty small SUV. I had a Ford Escape that couldn’t really carry anything large either. With those dimensions a bigger SUV might work too.

  4. Mine came short without the GNN bag, don’t know if get it back to costco or just go straight ti the company (lifetime)??

    1. Can I ask what the GNN bag is? I would go straight to Lifetime first. Most of these companies have no problem getting you parts as long as it’s within warranty. I’m sure if you bought it recently, Lifetime will be able to help you out. Let me know how it works out. Thanks

    1. No way! That’s such a great deal. I feel like I RARELY see return items. You must have gotten real lucky and stumbled across that one. 30% off is huge. I’m guessing it was in like new condition anyways, plus it’s a shed so it’s going outdoors no matter what. Congrats on the deal!

    1. I’ve seen these Lifetime Resin Utility Shed’s at 3 separate Costco’s in the Bay Area, CA. Where are you located? They may have a different model or brand?

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