Arrow Sentry SY Storage Shed, 6 by 5-Feet

July 31, 2013 - Comment

The Sentry 6′ x 5′ steel storage shed offers 140 cubic feet of storage space at a superior value. Made of electro-galvanized steel for resistance to UV rays, heat, insects and rot, the Sentry is an attractive and functional addition to your home. The Sentry makes it easy to store and organize anything, from lawn

The Sentry 6′ x 5′ steel storage shed offers 140 cubic feet of storage space at a superior value. Made of electro-galvanized steel for resistance to UV rays, heat, insects and rot, the Sentry is an attractive and functional addition to your home. The Sentry makes it easy to store and organize anything, from lawn and garden equipment to pool supplies and bicycles. With predrilled and clearly marked parts, Arrow sheds are designed to be built by DIYers as a weekend project, saving hundreds on professional installation. Backed by a 12 year warranty, this building offers secure storage for years to come.

Product Features

  • Built from electro galvanized steel for corrosion resistance
  • Will not wear due to insects, heat, sunlight or rot
  • Pre-cut and pre-drilled parts for DIY assembly
  • 140 cubic feet of storage space
  • 12 Year limited warranty

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Samuel Clemens says:

a lot of work First of all, it’s listed as a 6′ x 5′, but the foundation they recommend is 3 1/2″ shy of this in width and depth. The actual shed is about 2″ less than the foundation in both directions, so that’s misleading. Secondly, make sure you understand that the shed comes with no floor. You can either pore a slab of concrete or build one out of wood, which is what I did. The wall panels are kind of flimsy, but when you put it all together, the frame part is pretty sturdy. Beware of when it rains though, water will leak inside onto the floor. The metal frame just sits on the foundations (with screws), so it’s not leak proof on the bottom and the drainage holes don’t work that well. After caulking all around the base, inside and out, it seems to be much drier. All in all, it’s been a lot of work for a somewhat satisfactory result. I don’t know who can assemble this thing in 1 to 3 hours, I’m considered fairly handy and it took me a LOT longer that that. I did do it by myself though, and they…

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