Arrow Shed SA86-A Salem 8-Feet by 6-Feet Steel Storage Shed

November 24, 2013 - Comment

The Salem 8-feet by 6-feet steel storage building is an e by cellent economical solution to garage, basement or household clutter. Get 230 cubic ft. of organized storage space for many of your long-handle tools, power equipment and more The gable style roof line and pleasing eggshell with taupe trim colors complement many home styles.

The Salem 8-feet by 6-feet steel storage building is an e by cellent economical solution to garage, basement or household clutter. Get 230 cubic ft. of organized storage space for many of your long-handle tools, power equipment and more The gable style roof line and pleasing eggshell with taupe trim colors complement many home styles. Parts are pre-cut and pre-drilled for faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts mean a truly long lasting home for your lawn and garden tools, patio equipment, bicycles, sporting gear and more. The Salem is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Mid-wall bracing for extra strength all around
  • Durable paint finish is baked-on enamel over galvanized steel
  • 230 cubic feet of storage space
  • Mid-wall brace for greater all around strength

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J. R. Baker "J.R.Baker" says:

It’s okay. I bought this shed because I needed one that was below fence level (6 feet), and this gave me more room than any of the plastic sheds that met that height criteria. The metal parts are marked with a part number, so when you are following the manual, it doesn’t take a long time to find the necessary parts for that particular step. It comes with only two sizes of screws, and lots of them, so again you are not wasting a lot of time measuring which one you need.That said, it still takes a long time to put this shed together. If you are handy and your buddy is fairly handy, expect to take two days to do it. If you try to rush and do it in a day, you will screw up and waste even more time. I did screw up though. The right angled sheets that go in each corner are different sizes, pay attention to the part numbers. This caused me to have a 2 inch gap in the back, so I shortened the frame in the back to compensate, which may have caused some of the room holes to not line up.The…

Kathy says:

Nice Shed My roomie and I never assembled a shed before, but we did fine. It took a long time, but was worth it. You must be careful not to dent the pieces when assembling. When we started assembling, the weather was fine, but then the wind kicked up, which created a problem. I did know not to assemble it in the wind, except it wasn’t windy when we started out. The shed is surprisingly strong and the doors open with ease. It looks nice too! I’m so glad I bought this one.

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