Arrow Shed GS83-C Garden Steel Storage Shed 8-Feet by 3-Feet

July 1, 2013 - Comment

The 8-feet by 3-feet Garden Shed from Arrow is a great multi-purpose storage solution. The slightly lean-to roof lets you place it against any wall or as a stand-alone unit. Get 122 cubic. Ft of storage. A handy tool rack for common lawn tools and 4 wide shelves are included for added capacity. Core-backed swing

The 8-feet by 3-feet Garden Shed from Arrow is a great multi-purpose storage solution. The slightly lean-to roof lets you place it against any wall or as a stand-alone unit. Get 122 cubic. Ft of storage. A handy tool rack for common lawn tools and 4 wide shelves are included for added capacity. Core-backed swing open doors provide fast access to your stored items. A floor frame kit is included-perfect for a plywood floor finish (wood is not included). The Garden Shed-feetd parts are pre-cut asnd pre-drilled for faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will provide an economical storage solution year after year. The Garden Shed is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Floor frame included
  • 4 large shelves and handy tool rack included
  • 122 cubic feet of storage

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Steven Stoner "Oldschl4vr" says:

Shed some light I almost gave it 3 stars due too the fact that once I unpacked it I found dents on two corner pieces, which I wasn’t about to repack and send back at that point. Other than that the only other things were the instructions were vague, the time it took to put it together, I did most of it by myself (if it had been a windy day though I would have needed another pair of hands), but needed some help from my wife when it came time to attach the the hardware inside and tighten all the screws on the wall panels, and some of the holes did not match up, as well as some screws I had to replace with larger ones from my own tool box to make it work, no biggie though. I still need to put in the plywood floor and anchor it to the concrete pad I have it on, the shed is butted up to the side of the house, which if I had followed the instuctions I would have anchored the floor frame to the concrete, then attached the plywood floor, and then I would have been screwed trying to attached the rest of…

Mark B. says:

Simple, solid, shed – time consuming assembly Shed took a long time to assemble. We did it over 2 separate days, base and door 1 day and walls and roof on the second. Also spent plenty of time reviewing directions to make sure we planned well.No matter how flat the surface you’re building it on or how square you make it, you’re bound to have some problems here and there getting all the holes to line up, for your bolts and screws – but don’t despair, as it makes for a solid shed when all is said and done.End result was a solid, sturdy shed that’s not too big, not too small.

Greg DeSanto says:

Do not purchase I ordered this shed, it was all bent up when I opened the box. The box appeared acceptable, so it must of been packed that way.I returned it, thank goodness for Amazon’s great return procedures and got a replacement unit.The replacement wasn’t bent, but it was a mixture of colors, and the holes in Step One of the instructions weren’t even close to lining up. Instead of drilling my own holes and pressing forward, I decided that if it didn’t work on Step One, I would probably have more problems later in the instructions.Needless to say, I returned it again and don’t plan on giving them a third chance.Find a different shed in my opinion.

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