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Arrow WL108 Woodlake 10-Feet by 8-Feet Steel Storage Shed
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- Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
- Woodgrain look
- Double-braced for extra strength
- 413 Cubic Feet of Storage
- Deep track doors glides for non stick, smooth sliding
Frequently Bought Together
|Color||Woodgrain Walls / Doors & Coffee Trim / Jambs / Gables|
|Item Dimensions||71.63 x 118.25 x 90 inches|
|Item Weight||180 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BM108|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
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|Color||Woodgrain Walls / Doors & Coffee Trim / Jambs / Gables||multicolor||Eggshell Walls & Coffee Door Jams||Eggshell Walls & Taupe Door Jams / roof|
|Item Dimensions||118.25 x 90 x 71.63 in||71.25 x 99.75 x 67.88 in||118.25 x 90 x 80.12 in||118.25 x 90 x 86.63 in|
|Item Weight||180 lbs||123 lbs||191 lbs||203 lbs|
Get a large 413 cubic feet. of space plus the attractive look of wood grain with the 10'x8' Woodlake steel storage building from Arrow. A large door opening lets you easily store yard and garden equipment. Pre cut pre drilled parts make for a faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will provide organized tool storage for years to come. The Woodlake is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
Definitely got what I paid for and now I have to build shelves. Shelves were not included
90% of the work can be done by one person, but you absolutely need a helper at times, to get things lined up, to hold things steady, and to make sure that the walls do not blow away in a 2 mph wind before they are all secured together. Also, make sure that you have a decent drill/driver. I would shudder to think of doing this all by hand.
The instructions state that you should NOT attempt to put this up in wind. They do not say strong wind for a reason, as a light breeze when trying to set up the walls will destroy the structure, or at least bend it in such a way as to force you to spend an hour re-bending the pieces into shape. If you have multiple assistants this is less of an issue.
The other major issue, which others have pointed out, is that this shed is useless unless you completely seal it. For people that have put up sheds like this before this should come as no surprise, as it is not peculiar to this brand. A metal shed will leak like a sieve unless you seal every crack, screw hole, seam, and anything else that might possibly let in a drop of water. I used 3 things that made the job easier.
1. Spray foam. Insulating foam is your friend here, and you should put it in all corners and seams that will not be separated by the foam, such as the rafter joints, the perimeter, and along many of the metal studs where bolts come through. Do not use this between wall panels, as the expanding action will force them apart.
2. Rivets.Read more ›
My only gripe with his shed is water getting into it. I had puddles of water on the floor after heavy rains, so I sealed up the screws on the roof and any small cracks along the bottom with a clear sealant. The puddles continued until I realized by me sealing up around the bottom it trapped water getting in. The water was getting in from the door track that runs along the bottom of the front of the unit. Make sure you find a way to combat the water, as it will depend on which way your platform is leaning.
Overall though, it is a solid, inexpensive option when compared to the thousands you could spend on something similar from Lowes/Home Depot/Sears.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it to live in for a summer in the middle of the woods, it did not disappoint.Published 4 days ago by Isaiah Vivian
Need at least two people to set it up and a nice day or two. I suggest a power screwdriver and a drill bit. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy put together, everything fell into place. Proper preparation made this job go easily. It did take about 6 hours with a little help from my wife. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marc De Rosa
very good and sturdy, it takes a couple of people to assemble and a little over 4 hours, there are a lot of parts but the instructions are clear for the most part. Read morePublished 3 months ago by holsticrn
Be prepared to spend a while day putting humdreds of screws in. It is sturdy and worth the money.Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
It will take 2 people 2-3 days to assemble. Add another day for site prep. Mine leaks like a sieve. Do yourself a favor and get a real shed. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Col. Frank Fitz
despite some (minor) issues putting this up, its a good little shed. not as tall as i had hoped (my 6'3" boyfriends head stuck out the top of the ceiling before the roof... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Frontino