Arrow RH1014 Red Barn 10-Feet by 14-Feet Steel Storage Shed

December 4, 2013 - Comment

Horizontal red wall panels and a tall barn shape roof make the 10’x14′ Red Barn from Arrow an attractive steel storage solution to household clutter. The Red Barn offers a large 952 cubic feet. of space. A wide door opening allows easy storage of large equipment like riding mowers. An interior height of over 8

Horizontal red wall panels and a tall barn shape roof make the 10’x14′ Red Barn from Arrow an attractive steel storage solution to household clutter. The Red Barn offers a large 952 cubic feet. of space. A wide door opening allows easy storage of large equipment like riding mowers. An interior height of over 8 ft. provides extra head room and a greater work area. Horizontal panels “drop-in-place” for faster assembly. Durable steel parts are pre cut and pre drilled for building convenience. The Red barn is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Look of an old style barn
  • Barn shape roof
  • 952 Cubic feet of Storage

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J. Andrews "Moose" says:

Arrow Red Barn Shed First of all this arrives in the back of a 18 wheeler semi truck. We pushed it out into my truck bed to move it into the backyard. It would have been easier if I had a forklift. This took me 3 days to put together. The first day I had help with the base and sides. The other 2 days I was on my own. Instructions are good and it went together easy. After 2 years the roof does leak a little but not enough to worry about. Overall, I’m happy with it.

WBS says:

Very difficult project, only time will tell if it is worth it Price point was excellent. Delivered on-time by frieght with free shipping. Amazingly the entire shed was contained in a single 8x4ftx6in box. That tells you everything you need to know about the thinness of the material used. The panels are paper then and the structual components are bendable aluminum.Safety! The edges of the roof and side panels are razor sharp. I cut the index finger to the bone and have some nerve damage. Be careful and wear gloves when handling the panels.1. If you are not a very experienced DIY person, do not attempt this project. I am very experienced and I found it to be a very difficult and frustrating process. It took my wife and myself 3 1/2 days. One day to build the foundation and rest to assemble.2. Do not even think about doing it by yourself. You cannot do it.3. Do not even think about doing it without an cordless electric scredriver, nut driver, and magnetic phillips screw bit. You will be attaching…

M. Reeve "WWII Fiction Fan" says:

Waste of time and money We purchased this shed based on price. They say “you get what you pay for” and that was certainly the truth with this product. Assembly was fairly easy, though the website was less than helpful on the details (for instance, the optional “floor kit” that we ordered turned out to be only a framing kit – we still had to buy plywood to cover the floor.).After one month of use, the door frame had buckled on one side, making it very difficult to open the door.When winter hit, we found the real problem – this is an uninsulated metal shed and we live in a fairly humid climate. The temperature differential between day and night was sufficient that we got huge amounts of condensation on the inner surface of the roof, which then dripped onto the things being stored. This is infuriating and annoying.I would recommend the purchase of just about anything other than this product.

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