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Arrow Shed Vinyl Milford 10 x 12 ft. Shed

Item# 268-ARRW028-1-AF | Model# VM1012 | Added on May 19, 2017 |
Arrow Shed Vinyl Milford 10 x 12 ft. Shed
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Vinyl-coated electro-galvanized steel construction. Large-capacity shed for easy full and easy storage. High gable with reinforced steel roof. Sliding doors for easy access. Precut and predrilled parts for easier assembly. Attractive almond and gray bark-colored exterior. Exterior dimensions: 123.25W x 145.75D x 86H inches. Where did I put the . . . Stop right there - it's probably in the Arrow Shed Vinyl Milford 10 x 12 ft. Shed. Perfect for everything from lawn equipment to tools to kids' toys, this roomy multipurpose storage shed offers you a perfect place to organize all those outdoor miscellanea that tend to otherwise clutter up living spaces like your yard, basement, or garage. The handsome look of the almond and gray-bark color combination also adds a rich, clean appearance that compliments any exterior design or landscaping. The high gable allows you plenty of room to move around, so you won't bump your head or hurt your back while bending over. And the easy-sliding doors can be padlocked to keep your equipment safe. Made in the United States, this shed is constructed with vinyl-coated electro-galvanized steel, making it five times thicker and stronger than standard steel buildings. With numbered and predrilled parts, this shed can be assembled quickly and easily as a weekend project with basic DIY skills.Additional Features:Exterior Dimensions: 123.25W x 145.75D x 86H inchesInterior Dimensions: 118.25W x 140.5D x 84.75H inchesDoor Dimensions: 55.5W x 64.5H ... read more
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