Handy Home Products Columbia Wooden Storage Shed, 12 by 20-Feet
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- Features 10' high peak and 7' high walls with 2040 cubic feet of storage, perfect to store tools, mower, and ATVs.
- Shed siding is primed and ready for paint (paint, nails, and shingles sold separately)
- 64"Wx72"H doors can be installed on the eave or gable side for ideal ventilation and include continuous hinges
- Can be installed with a cement foundation or optional wooden floor
- Pre-cut and ready to assemble with fully illustrated instructions
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|Color||—||Primed||Off White with Brown||—||Primed||—|
|Item Dimensions||149.5 x 242.25 x 117.5 in||144 x 145 x 117 in||146 x 237 x 101 in||123.25 x 301.25 x 92.5 in||120 x 121 x 113 in||84 x 96 x 97.56 in|
|Item Weight||1,883 lbs||1,753 lbs||—||715 lbs||1,598 lbs||13 lbs|
Large enough to store your collection of off-road vehicles, the 12x20 Columbia features 7 Ft. side walls and a 10 Ft. high peak for 2040 cubic feet of stand-tall storage space. Extra-wide double doors can be placed on any side of the building and provide easy access for riding mowers, lawn equipment and other large items. Paint and shingles not included.
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1. The manufacturer shipped it very quickly. It shipped from hundreds of miles away and made it to a regional delivery company on the other side of my state within just a few days. But there it got hung up. The regional carrier was not equipped for a delivery of this size and they weren't particularly concerned about resolving the issue. After days of delays my patience was exhausted. I called Amazon and expected to get someone with a strong accent reading from a script. Instead I got a fabulous woman in Washington who could not possibly have been more professional or helpful. She wasn't just being polite. She was actually advocating for me and really was great. Absolute kudos to Amazon and this fine lady. The issue was finally solved and I got the shed.
2. Even with a floor kit, be aware that it is just 2x4's and 4x8 osb. The twelve foot span is actually an 8' and a 4' 2x4 that you toe nail together to bridge the span. This means that you must build a crib beneath the "floor kit" to, well, support the floor kit. This of course adds expense. I have built sheds before and I was prepared for this. You may not be because it is not explained. I've included a photo of the cribbing that I created to support the floor. Add about $225.
3. The floor is made of osb and not pressure treated plywood. OSB is fairly water repellant. In fact, I was surprised to learn that it is more repellent to water than normal plywood. With wet plywood, the laminations will eventually separate. The problem is that once it finally saturates, osb will fall apart like cardboard. I covered mine with vinyl flooring. Add $200 for a 12'x20' sheet.
4. There is virtually no roof overhang on the front and there is just a minimal one on the sides. This is probably my biggest - albeit known-in-advance issue. The overhang really protects the front and sides from the elements.
5. Roofing is not included. The roof is shallow. I went with roofing felt and a metal roof. Metal roofing is good for shallow roof angles because the snow and ice tends to slide off thereby reducing the weight on the roof. You typically leave an inch and a half of metal roofing overhang. This helps with the aforementioned lack-of-overhang issue. Add $400.
For the price, delivered, I think the shed is an outstanding deal.