Arrow Shed VS108-A Vinyl Coated Sheridan 10-Feet by 8-Feet Steel Storage Shed

July 1, 2013 - Comment

The 10-feet by 8-feet Vinyl Sheridan from Arrow offers a truly e by ceptional storage value. You get 487 cubic ft. of valuable storage for most all yard and garden tools and much more. The interior peak height is over 7 ft. tall allowing for greater head room and work space. A wide door opening

The 10-feet by 8-feet Vinyl Sheridan from Arrow offers a truly e by ceptional storage value. You get 487 cubic ft. of valuable storage for most all yard and garden tools and much more. The interior peak height is over 7 ft. tall allowing for greater head room and work space. A wide door opening lets you store most riding mowers and other large equipment. Parts are pre-cut and pre-drilled for faster assembly. Durable vinyl-coated galvanized steel parts provide outstanding durability . the finish is 5 times thicker than standard steel buildings. The barn-style Vinyl Sheridan steel building is backed by a 15 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Vinyl coated steel is 5 times thicker than standard arrow sheds
  • Barn shaped roof for e by tra storage space
  • 487 cubic feet of storage space

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Daniel B. Glover "MadCow" says:

Huge Pain To Assemble But Very Solid This took me about a day and half to assemble with some help from my wife and my 8 yr old. 🙂 Solid construction and very nice looking. Tip of the day: Make very sure that your foundation is level at all corners! The more off bubble you go the harder it will be to align this thing as it goes up. Also, when constructing my foundation, I went just a bit larger than the instructions called for and used some 2″ x 2″ aluminum flashing to protect the outside edges of the exposed flooring. This gave me some leeway on squaring the building onto the foundation. If you build to an exact measurement the result of any slight miscalculation will be overly apparent once you get to the roofing section and cause you nightmares. One more thing, the “weather stripping” included with the shed is just duct tape. You can find better alternatives at your local hardware store.**UPDATE** After four years of Louisiana weather and two moves on a trailer, this shed is still in just as…

Jerry armstrong says:

Looks great. I’m retired, so I was in no hurry. After I put a foundation of 2’x2′ patio blocks and the purchased floor frame kit, I took three days to install it. I did it completely by myself except for my wife helping to tighten 8 bolts and nuts in the roof.

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