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Arrow Shed Lexington 10 x 14 ft. Shed

Item# 268-ARRW011-1-AF | Model# LX1014 | Added on November 19, 2016 |
Sold by Hayneedle a SYW Online store
Arrow Shed Lexington 10 x 14 ft. Shed
$733.95
$811.60
Description
Durable electro-galvanized steel construction. Large-capacity shed for full and easy storage. Gambrel-style roof design for extra head room. Sliding doors for easy access. Precut and predrilled parts for easier assembly. Attractive eggshell and taupe exterior. Exterior dimensions: 123.25W x 162.75D x 87.88H inches. The Arrow Shed Lexington 10 x 14 ft. Shed is a perfect symbol of the American dream: life, liberty, and the pursuit of a perfect lawn. After all, when you're able to enjoy a well-maintained yard through gardening or entertaining, that doesn't seem to fall too short of happiness. Of course, a well-kept lawn and garden is no easy trick and requires both hard work and lots of equipment. When the work is done, though, hiding your tools in this attractive shed makes your results look effortless. And with all the implements you can fit in this shed, you'll be able to liberate your basement, yard, and garage of all manner of clutter. The simple pairing of eggshell and taupe adds a strong touch of beauty that compliments any exterior design or landscaping. The gambrel-style roof design both avoids rainwater pooling up top and affords you ample extra head room when grabbing your implements or actually working in the shed. With easy-sliding doors that can be padlocked, this shed keeps your items safe and sound. Made in the United States, this shed is constructed with electro-galvanized steel, making it affordable, durable, and attractive. With numbered and predrilled parts, ... read more
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