Arrow Shed YS410-A Yard Saver 4-Feet by 10-Feet Steel Storage Shed

July 16, 2013 - Comment

The 4-feet by 10-feet Yardsaver is a superior lean-to steel storage building from Arrow. You get a large 227 cubic ft. capacity for easy access storage of long-handle tools, many lawn and garden equipment including mowers and spreaders. In addition the Yardsaver is organized space for seasonal sports equipment, shop-vacs, bicycles and patio furniture. The

The 4-feet by 10-feet Yardsaver is a superior lean-to steel storage building from Arrow. You get a large 227 cubic ft. capacity for easy access storage of long-handle tools, many lawn and garden equipment including mowers and spreaders. In addition the Yardsaver is organized space for seasonal sports equipment, shop-vacs, bicycles and patio furniture. The doors on the 4 ft. end mount on either side for your convenience. All parts are durable galvanized steel and pre-cut, pre-drilled for faster assembly. The interior peak height is nearly 7 ft. tall for a large work/storage area. Attractive wood embossed steel panels “drop-in-place” for faster assembly and complement many home designs. The versatile Yardsaver 4-feet by 10-feet offer many storage and placement options and is a 4-sided storage building-does not require a wall to lean against. The building is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Slope-roof design allows placement against walls or as self standing unit.
  • Horizontal siding prevens water and wet leaves from settling
  • 227 cubic feet of storage

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Michael "Michael" says:

Difficult assembly I didn’t realize when I was buying this shed, that it has no assembled walls, just the long narrow boards from which the walls get assembled. Takes forever, had to hire someone for a full day to do the job.

Dave Satre says:

Leaking roof design, overpriced, difficult assembly, rusts Leaking roof design is characteristic of many Arrow outside steel storage products including mine. Roofs are steel with numerous holes and inadequate or short-lived solutions to prevent water leaks. This shed uses lapped steel siding for the roof and walls, with flimsy support beams outside as well as in. The lapped siding against the beam makes tapered gaps which cannot be adequately sealed permanently. Prepare to build it and then coat the entire roof with reflective mobile home “goop” — about 3-5 layers, and then be prepared to re-do the process every few years. Oh, and it won’t look good with the goop, plus the extra expense. I’m not sure why retailers keeps selling these, with all the complaints. Apparently the units are so expensive, together with being so incredibly time-consuming to assemble, that no one has the time or patience or humility to disassemble and return one; so as far as Amazon and Home Depot, etc. know, these are great products!!! “No one has returned one,”…

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