Arrow Shed LX1014-A Lexington 10-Feet by 14-Feet Steel Storage Shed

June 27, 2013 - Comment

The barn style Le by ington 10-feet by 14-feet steel storage building is an e by ceptional storage value. Give your tools a spacious home with a tremendous 852 cubic ft. of space. The gambrel style roof design means a peak height of over 7 ft. for e by tra head room and work area.

The barn style Le by ington 10-feet by 14-feet steel storage building is an e by ceptional storage value. Give your tools a spacious home with a tremendous 852 cubic ft. of space. The gambrel style roof design means a peak height of over 7 ft. for e by tra head room and work area. Large pad lockable sliding doors open to allow easy storage of most riding mowers and other large equipment. Parts are pre-cut and pre-drilled for a faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will mean a long lasting home and organized space for your lawn tools, garden equipment, patio furniture, sporting gear and and more. The Le by ington is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • High gambrel roof design for e by tra headroom
  • Durable paint finish is baked-on enamel over galvanized steel
  • 852 cubic feet of storage space
  • Deep door tracks and large glides for non-stick smooth sliding doors

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ANTHON LIZANA "a" says:

arrow shed 10×14 read the bad reviews, built the shed. the holes DO line up. as you build the walls just start but don’t tighten any of the screws. when all walls are installed go around and tighten all screws. when building the roof start but don’t tighten the screws until all screws are in one panel, then tighten all in that panel. go to next panel and repeat previous step. the instructions were clear enough. yes it is a long job and physicaly tiring, taking 2 whole days (10am to 5pm) with my 13 year old son, 14 year old daughter and myself. but i didn’t see anything about it to merit the bad reviews i read. one complaint, not enough white plastic washers, but my kids were in charge of handing me screws with washers and might have lost one sheet. had some left over from previous shed i built 20 years ago so no problem. only change to instructions, i loosely assembled gables and roof beams on the ground and lifted assembly to top off walls instead of piece working it. this shed is replacing my…

S. R. Mac Donald says:

A Leaky Shed I bought this shed around the first of May 2005 and completed it on July 20th 2005. First of all it’s not an easy shed to assemble especially if you order the roof strengthening kit as I did for the heavy snows we get here in northern Minnesota. The added beams of the strengthening kit make it almost impossible to fasten the roof panels to the beams as the added beams block the bolts making attaching the nuts to the bolts impossible. I solved the problem by drilling additional holes in better locations. The real frustrating part if this kit, however, is the leaking roof. This is especially true on the two lower ridges of the barn style roof. The ridges of the roof panels separate when bent over the beams making a quarter inch gap which you are suppose to cover with tape. The roof leaked like a sieve so I removed the ridge covers, carefully retaped and caulked the gaps for good measure. They still leaked. Next I went over the gaps with a thick slather of silicone bathtub…

D. McCaffrey says:

Looks nice, probably leaks…Horrid Assembly! 1. This is a 2 to 3 person job.2. The directions and diagrams are poorly written and drawn3. Despite the floor being square and level (we checked multiple times) the predrilled holes don’t all align.4. It took about 20 hours including building a wood floor of 2X4 and 3/4″ plywood.5. If you don’t heed these reviews and do buy the shed DON’T BUY THE METAL FLOORING KIT! It is a useless add on.(Mine is sitting by the the side of the road waiting for the recyclers to pick it up)6. Buy 2 metal drill bits to make the inevitable add on holes that you will need to make7. Buy extra weather proofing tape and use caulk as you assemble8. In terms of helpers, choose either someone you hate and wish to torture, or someone who loves you and will forgive you for your moronic decision to start “a little project.”9. Most important advice…DON’T BUY THIS SHED!

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