Arrow Vinyl Murryhill vt1224 12X24

by Donald Ward
(Newcomerstown,Ohio)

Arrow Vinyl Murryhill  vt1224  12X24

Arrow Vinyl Murryhill vt1224 12X24

The shed construction was challenging with patience needed but was built in about one week. Two men for 2 days and then one man for 3 more(8 hours per day).


I bought the shed online for approx.$2,000 from Betty Mills(very nice company). The shed is already becoming useful as I can get some things out of the house which needed to be outside.It is actually a nice looking shed now that it is built and complete.

I didn't change the date on the camera so this was actually built in April, 2010.

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Arrow Claremore 10’x14’ steel shed

by Kara
(Christoval, Texas)

Arrow Claremore 10’x14’

Arrow Claremore 10’x14’

We recently purchased an Arrow Claremore 10’x14’ steel shed for use behind our house as a general storage shed.

The instructions were relatively clear (sometimes the text was confusing but the pictures helped clarify) and it was reasonably easy to assemble. My husband is a carpenter and we had a drill on hand to use for assembly and it took us approximately 7-8 hours (with help from me about half the time, and including building a wooden frame/plywood floor). You definitely should have a ladder, drill (or two), and nut driver on hand.

It came securely packaged in a cardboard box strapped to a pallet and it was easy to assemble out of the box since they stacked the parts in the order you would need them. The assembly was a little frustrating because there were LOTS of small screws, washers, nuts, and bolts and sometimes the holes didn’t always line up perfectly but overall it went together well. We did have some areas where the metal bent when we accidentally applied pressure (think installing roof panels and trying to reach the furthest screw) but we were able to pop it back out without puncturing the metal or damaging the paint.

We planned to seal up all the open edges, but a few thunderstorms came along before we had a chance and were pleased to see that it didn’t leak at all. There was some moisture along the inside edge where the frame attaches to the floor where the water seeped in, but I expect that to be resolved once we apply a bead of silicone around the outside.

Overall we’re very satisfied with the shed. For us it was the perfect combination of price, size, and quality.

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Arrow Lindale LX1014 (10'x14')

by Jerry
(Georgia)

My Arrow shed

My Arrow shed

I will never buy another Arrow shed.

Instructions were vague. Sheet metal was thin enough to see through (okay, not quite, since I have calmed somewhat), holes did not align even after shimming and sliding base. Roof very difficult to assemble (gable design). Very time-consuming assembly, which I did not complete. Bent flimsy panel, became frustrated, pushed the whole mess to the ground and ran over it with my tractor.

Shame on you, Arrow, for offering such an inferior product and design. And shame on me for falling for it.

I will now do what I should've: build something substantial.

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