Arrow WL65 Woodlake 6-Feet by 5-Feet Steel Storage Shed
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- Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
- Woodgrain look
- Double-braced for extra strength
- 147 Cubic Feet of Storage
- Deep track doors glides for non stick, smooth sliding
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|Item Dimensions||71.25 x 54.25 x 68.63 in||18.99 x 63.99 x 3.99 in||33.9 x 71.9 x 4.9 in||69.8 x 62 x 72 in||53 x 31 x 45.5 in||74.5 x 51 x 85 in|
|Item Weight||92 lbs||127.99 lbs||135 lbs||104 lbs||76 lbs||139 lbs|
Get the convenient storage space where you need it most with the 6'x5' Woodlake steel storage building from Arrow. Attractive wood grain panels and 147 cubic feet. of space make the Woodlake a great value Parts are pre cut and pre drilled for a faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will provide a long lasting home for your lawn and garden tools, patio furniture or seasonal sports equipment. The Woodlake is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.
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Arrow has an instruction demonstration video to show you how to put the shed together. I recommend watching it before you put it together. Just go to their website and find your shed model and a demo video should be available.
On to my review...
I put this shed together approximately 90% by myself. It took from 10am until 6:30 to get 90% of the shed together on my own. I had everything together except for the final roof panel (there are four) and the door. I am 5'-3" tall and if I had a longer reach I wouldn't have needed any help. It is possible to do it on your own if you have spring clamps to act as a second pair of hands and if you have a ladder to lean the sidepieces against. With assistance the shed was finished by 9:30pm. Just the shed, the floor I was able to complete the next day and that took less than an hour.
The shed is very light weight, the box was 102 lbs so it needs to be tied down or attached to the ground somehow or it will blow away in a strong wind. Arrow sells a kit to attach it to a concrete pad if you are going to build it on top of that. Everything is extra. When you buy the shed that is all that you're getting. You have to buy anchors, a Arrow Shed FB109-A Floor Frame Kit, and flooring material. There's also a roof strengthening kit which I didn't buy but I live in a snowy area and I'm going to have to be extra vigilant because the roof material won't hold up to snow.
I think that the shed looks good. When ordering I was expecting it to look like someone's 1970s basement wood paneling but it doesn't look bad at all. The doors are sliding doors so you don't have to worry about clearance at the front of the shed.
When I was first putting it together I worried that it would be flimsy but it gets stronger and stronger as you build it and the pieces reinforce one another.
The box that the shed is shipped in is not protective enough. The pieces were able to move against one another inside of the box, resulting in scratches. The door braces were bent pretty badly because they were hitting against other things in the shed and had to be hammered back into shape.
Overall I'm very happy with the shed. It looks good and it's functional. I have my back porch back now that I've been able get all of my lawn and garden tools off of the porch and into the shed.
Update: 5/24/2015, The shed is still in great shape. The roof has held up well to snow for two winters. The snow doesn't build up at all on top of it. I would still recommend this shed. I only wish that I had gotten the bigger version because I'm already outgrowing it.
If you want an inexpensive yet nice looking small shed, this one is a winner. Using a handyman (who had never built this brand metal shed before) and us to hand him tools or hold parts as directed, we finished in about 5 hours. We had a cordless drill that also does the screws and that was a major timesaver as there are a lot of them as you can guess. Our handyman said that now that he has done one unit of this manufacturer, it would take him about 3.5 hours to do another of the same class if he had owners who are able to hold parts in place and are tool savvy DIY types just unfamiliar with this particular project. He said add 1 hour if he had to do it alone and add 2 hours if the owners were not experienced and got underfoot while 'trying to help' (grin).
What you will also want is a ramp if you intend to roll a lawnmower up into it as it will sit about 4.5 inches up if you use the proper flooring kit. You can get them pre-made or if handy, I knocked one together with spare wood in about 45 mins.