Arrow Shed YS47-A Yard Saver 4-Feet by 7-Feet Steel Storage Shed

December 2, 2013 - Comment

The Yardsaver 4-feet by 7-feet steel storage building from Arrow is an all-time favorite. The lean-to design lets you place it against any outside wall. Get 154 cubic ft. of storage for many types of lawn and garden tools, lawn mowers, patio equipment and more Parts are pre-cut ad pre-drilled for faster assembly . The

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The Yardsaver 4-feet by 7-feet steel storage building from Arrow is an all-time favorite. The lean-to design lets you place it against any outside wall. Get 154 cubic ft. of storage for many types of lawn and garden tools, lawn mowers, patio equipment and more Parts are pre-cut ad pre-drilled for faster assembly . The roomy interior peak height is nearly 7 ft. tall Doors mount on either 4 ft. end for your storage convenience. Attractive horizontal wood-grain embossed steel panels “drop-in-place” for easier assembly and complement many home decors. All parts are a pleasing eggshell color. In addition, the Yardsaver has 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
  • 154 cubic feet of storage
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Comments

Andrew Blocksidge "SDAndrew" says:

Do Not Buy I bought this shed to free up room in my garage. It is designed to be put against the side of a building or fence, but that is impossible. The way you build this you have to have access to all sides, at least two feet, si you can’t put it against a building. When putting it together, the horrible directions have you constantly unscrewing screws to attach another part (yes, the directions actually say to do it!) I stripped out several of the cheap flimsy predrilled holes and had to use a rivet gun. The roof did not match up, making me have to go to Home Depot and buy a piece of flashing to close the gap, and caulking to fill the gaps. I live in San Diego, it rained last night…everything in the shed is soaking wet. I used to build houses, and am very handy, this shed is more trouble than it is worth.

Tampahomeowner says:

awful instructions I purchsed this shed to free-up some of my garage space.Quality of this item is OK, no complaints about it.building instructions are so awful, the worst that I’d ever read, misdguide you, didn’t tell you that is a right and wrong side of some pieces. Most of the time you have to guess or unasambe some parts because you found that screw holes won’t match.Missing parts.

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