|Sentry Steel Storage Shed||71" H x 72 - 90" W x 54 - 102" D||100 lbs|
|Floor Frame Kit for All Sentry Sheds||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Concrete Anchor Kit||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Auger Anchor Kit||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Corkscrew Ground Anchor Kit||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Shelving System||8.5" D||Unavailable|
|Tool Hanging Rack||Unavailable||Unavailable|
Arrow Sentry Steel Storage Shed
Good Shed for the price
Karen T. from North Western Montana
It took about 5 hours and 2 guys to put together, and was a little tricky, but it came together in the end. Pretty sturdy, nice material and appearance. Holds lawn mower, 2 weed eaters, 6 various large gardening tools, and hoses, with room left to walk in. We put gravel on the bottom to keep small critters out and set the shed on treated 4 X 4's. Hasn't been through a Montana winter yet, but I have high hopes.
Inexpensive enclosure not for everyone
Dave the runner from Lexington Park, MD
This shed will test your assembly skills fortunately the directions were pretty decent. I purchased this shed to store my wood pellets for my pellet stove. I'm not sure I made the right choice it is thin metal and some what flimsy, easily dents. I used treated plywood to reinforce the interior to protect the sheet metal if the bags fall over. I also, reinforced the metal corners of the shed itself by drilling holes and installing stainless steel pan head screws washers and locking nuts.
Good job, Arrow!
SuperAg72 from Spring, TX– Verified Buyer
Shed is great. [...] Took 2 days to assemble with help.[...] There are NO mid-ribs on this shed for bracing the shelves. Had to use boards behind the wall to hang them. There were not enough sheet metal screws in the box to finish. Three pages of the instruction booklet were printed in Spanish/French/German, not English. Thank goodness for pictures.Instructions could be a little more extensive.All in all, these are small things and the shed fits perfect, does what I need it to do and looks great.
Don't Bother with this Shed
Unhappy from Boston,Ma
First off this 8'x 9' about 6' tall shed came off the truck in a 1'W x 8'L x 1'H box. This box was so small I thought my husband was playing a joke, and goodluck with the billion pieces that come in the box. Oh yeah and if you have any type of wind whatsoever think again. This product is so flimsy. Its just plain awful. I won't recommend this to anybody.
Assembly still pending
Pete from Santa Rosa, CA– Verified Buyer
Due to inclement weather combined with an arm injury from a fall, assembly of the shed will not commence until the spring. I will provide a review once the jobis done.
The shed was all it was advertised to be
Ken Mac from San Diego, California– Verified Buyer
As a storage unit in a rental home.The various size selections to fit individual needGeneral appearance is excellent
A nice little shed...
Dennis from Chicago, Illinois– Verified Buyer
A multiple page instruction manual with few words and mostly pictures lulls you into thinking that this is a snap. Once you do get the concept, the steps do go quickly. You will need 2 people or more and gloves! Pray for a windless day because in the beginning steps you will be making aluminum sails. The shed's individual components are all light weight but once all together, it seems solid. The shed is made of aluminum which is easily bent. If the edges of some parts are bent as mine were, you will have difficulty in attaching them together. You can bend them back, but you will not be able to get them into the exact shape that they are suppose to be. My shed after completion has two rear corners where the adjoining sides cannot attach to one another in the middle due to the distorted aluminum. Dismantling the entire shed after working on it for two afternoons and repacking it and then returning it was not an option I wanted to exercise. Make sure that you secure your shed to the ground either by purchasing one of the securing products or figuring it out on your own. In a bad wind storm, it will probably lift off the ground and fly away.